Have you ever considered how many times you’re going to get your period—with all the cramps, pain, and moodiness that it brings—throughout your life? That works out to around 350 cycles if it occurs monthly for 30-odd years!
We rely on conventional items such as sanitary napkins and tampons, but these modern innovations, at least for comfort and convenience, are a game-changer.
You can understand that period panties are such a big deal if you’re used to relying on disposable menstrual products such as pads, tampons, and liners throughout your period. Period panties look and feel much like normal underwear, but they have a special coating that helps keep blood from passing through. There are also sustainability and economic elements to consider besides leaks.
Period Tracking App
To monitor ovulation and menstrual symptoms, literally millions of users log in daily, turning their data into super useful graphs that display exactly what your body is doing and when. These also come in handy at your doctor’s appointments, whether or not you think your reproductive cycle is up to something.
A menstrual cup is a type of feminine hygiene product that is reusable. It’s a thin, lightweight rubber or silicone funnel-shaped cup that you insert to capture and collect period fluid into your vagina. Cups can carry more blood than other methods, prompting many people to use them as an environment conscious tampon substitute and you can wear a cup for up to 12 hours, depending on the flow.
Cramp relief roll on
Easily absorb these Relief Roll-On into the skin and leave no stain on your clothing or residue/oil on your body. They are incredibly simple to use and do not need the assistance of someone for the application. In the manner of gentle movements, you only need to roll it over the affected region and in just a few minutes, pain will be alleviated. During the menstrual cycle, it may be applied over the lower abdomen, lower back and thighs.
As a result of changing hormone levels, menstrual cravings are most likely to occur, although shortages in minerals such as magnesium and the need for energy from the body at this time are also thought to play a role. Studies suggest that consuming dark chocolate with a slightly lower sugar count but higher cacao beans will improve your mood swings, cramps and iron levels during your periods. As it contains magnesium, omega-3 and omega 6 fatty acids, this form of chocolate can relax your muscles. Similar to a high in coffee or sugar without the crappy going down, this will help improve the mood and energy levels.
Kritika is a freelance content writer with Femsay.com