Thursday, 15 August 2013

7 Best Home Remedies To Cure Menstrual Cramps(Dysmenorrhea)

http://www.nbtips.com/2013/08/7-best-home-remedies-to-cure-menstrual.html
Menstrual cramps or Dysmenorrhea is a condition in which females get severe pain in lower abdomen, lower back, pain in the hips and inner thighs. Intensity of menstrual cramps varies from woman to woman .In some women pain of menstrual cramps is mild but in some it is very severe and also cause headache, dizziness and vomiting. However you can cure this problem simply by following some natural remedies which are given below:
7 Best Home Remedies to Cure Menstrual Cramps




    1. Heat Therapy

    Some heat therapy is one of the most simple and effective home remedy to cure menstrual cramps. You can apply heating pad or a hot water bottle to your abdomen or lower back to relieve menstrual cramps.

    2. Fennel Seeds

    Crush one teaspoon of fennel seeds(saunf) to make a powder. Then add one cup of boiling water. Let it steep for five minutes. Strain it and then drink it while it is still hot. This is also one of the best home remedy to cure menstrual cramps.

    3. Cinnamon Tea

    Hot Tea containing cinnamon(Dar chini) is a best way to reduce menstrual cramps. Drink 1- 1/2 Cup after few hours until you get relief.

    4. Ginger Tea

    Ginger(adrak) is one of the most commonly used home remedies to cure menstrual cramps.You can drink ginger tea with some honey or lemon juice added to it. You can drink this tea at regular intervals throughout the day to reduces the pain of menstrual cramps. If you don`t like to drink ginger tea then you can increase the amount of ginger while cooking food.

    5. Basil Teal

    Basil Tea is also considered very effective in treatment of menstrual cramps. Drink ½ to one cup of the basil tea every hour to cure your cramps.

    6. Flax seed

    Consuming Flax seed is one of the best home remedy for reducing prostaglandin, which minimizes the pain of menstrual cramps. Women should take one and two tablespoons of flax seed during the menstrual cycle. You can sprinkle ground flax seed over your salad or can consume a cup of yogurt by mixing a teaspoon of ground flax seed.

    7. Nuts

    Deficiency of certain vitamins and minerals (calcium, magnesium) also causes menstrual crams. Try to consume nuts rich in Vitamin E, calcium, magnesium and Omega-3 fatty acids. Almonds, peanuts pistachio and Walnuts help a lot to reduce menstrual cramps.

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