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How to Make Your Period a More Pleasant Experience

"It's that time of the month again". We've all expressed this to someone else when they've asked "what's wrong" or "why are you so moody today?"

Dealing with menstruation can be an uncomfortable time for some women, and just a regular few days for others. The symptoms vary for each woman, but most would agree that dealing with a period can be a bit of an inconvenience.

Here's three tips to make your period a little bit more manageable.


While some people would suggest lots of rest, laying down, or being in "your feels" during your period, many health professionals do suggest light movement to help decrease PMS symptoms including menstrual cramps, fatigue, and mood swings.

When you move your body, specifically during aerobic exercise, you can release endorphins, which will make you feel good. Think of endorphins as happy chemicals that give us that "high" feeling during and after our workout. That's why workouts such as dance, running, or boxing can make us feel energized and pain-free. Moving your body will also increase circulation and blood flow, which can decrease cramping, headaches, or back pain.

Consider dance, light aerobics, walking or stretching during your period.


Raspberry leaf tea has been talked about to help with a healthy pregnancy, as well as PMS side effects such as cramping and bloating, This is an earthy, fruity tea made from dried red raspberry leaves. It's a caffeine free, herbal tea that is smooth and easy to drink.

This tea can be used to treat menstrual cramps over time with consistent use. It can also help alleviate heavy, irregular periods in some women.

Raspberry leaf tea is also a good source of antioxidants, which help fight free radicals in the body to reduce the chances cell damage, aging and disease.

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As women, our bodies go through so many changes each month. It is important that we listen to our bodies and give extra love and attention to ourselves when we are in our menstruation cycle.

Give your body the proper nutrition and hydration that it needs. Drink lots of water, eat yummy fruits, stretch often, and take a warm bath. Be sure to take the right supplements for your body and don't be afraid to treat yourself with a nice meal or dessert.

If you need the extra space or solo time during your period, then don't be afraid to set boundaries. Spend more time for self-care; including meditation, journaling or yoga.

And remember, that you're not going through this alone.

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