A lot of women have menstrual problems every day. The most popular problem is known as menorrhagia – heavy menstrual bleeding. The signs of this prior can be read online or being told. The signs can be extreme weakness, mood swings, headaches, nausea, shortness of breath, fatigue and continuous cramping.
Adolescent girls and older women who experience menopause are the most susceptible category to these problems.
Today we are going to present you the most effective home remedies that will help you to fight this common problem:
Apple Cider Vinegar
This potion is excellent against heavy cycles because it removes the toxins from your body. Apple cider vinegar is also good for relieving many other symptoms and problems. You only have to mix 2 tbsp of ACV in a cup of water and that’s it. Drink the solution 3 times a day.
Red Raspberry Leaves
These leaves strengthen uterine muscles because they are rich in tannins – which relief the abdominal pain. Make raspberry tea by adding 1 tbsp of these leaves in a cup of hot water, cover it and let it stay for 10 minutes. Consume the tea 3 times a day starting a week before the cycle and continue during the cycle.
You have to consume food rich in magnesium in you want to control profuse bleeding. The deficiencies of this vital mineral can lead to heavy blood flow. You should consume watermelon, squash, pumpkin, dark chocolate, avocado, nuts, oats or you can take some magnesium supplements.
Vasoconstriction is technique that relieves the pain and improves the blood flow by constricting the blood vessels. Put ice cubes in a thin towel and then apply to your lowe abdomen. Practice the procedure 15-20 minutes a day.
Coriander seeds can regulate your cycle by balancing female hormones and improving uterine functions. Put a tbsp of coriander seeds in 2 cups of water and then boil until you reduce the quantity by half. Strain the drink in the end and consume it 2-3 times during the cycle (you can add some honey).
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