We all know what to do when we have our periods. But do you know what NOT to do? Here’s a list to steer clear from.
For some, having a period can be easy-peasy-lemon-squeezy. For others, it can be a challenge. However, you live your menstruation days. Here are some things that you should not do when on your period. Read on!
Menstruation is a result of ovulation. It happens when the egg released by the dominant ovarian follicle is not fertilized. As the egg does not implant itself in the uterus, the endometrium deteriorates and is shed.
When you are on your period, you can have cramps, headaches and nausea. It is also common to feel more fatigued and bloated, and to have mood swings. Although some medication can help a lot to reduce these symptoms, truth is that what you eat (and do not eat) during your period can have a great impact too. After all, as everyone says, food is the best medicine.
Getting to know your period its not always a simple task. Truth be told, if you do not mark it on a calendar, chances are that you do not really know when it is coming or when was the last time you had your menstruation. To make life simpler, many apps have been designed to allow you to know your menstrual cycle.