What is the Menstrual cramps?
Menstrual cramps, also called Dysmenorrhea, which is the occurrence of pain and distension in the lower abdomen before, during, and during menstruation, accompanied by backache or other discomfort, often spasmodic, usually located on the pubic bone of the lower abdomen, and can radiate to the lumbosacral region and inner thighs. The pain is the most severe on the first day of dysmenorrhea, which is often spasmodic and relieved after 2~3 days. People with severe pain may have symptoms such as paleness, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, dizziness, fatigue, and cold sweats.
Why do I have Menstrual Cramps?
Dysmenorrhea is divided into two categories: primary and secondary.
Primary pain is often referred to as physiological dysmenorrhea, which is mainly caused by a significant increase in the secretion of prostaglandins in the female body during the onset of menstruation in order to promote the discharge of menstrual blood, resulting in excessive uterine contraction and pain.
Secondary dysmenorrhea is often referred to as pathological dysmenorrhea. The cause is often pelvic organic lesions, such as uterine fibroids, endometriosis and other gynecological diseases.
What should we do to cope with the Menstrual Cramps?
1. Appropriate heat therapy can be applied to relieve pain.
The hot-water bag is a heat therapy tool we generally choose. However, the hot-water bag, with short heating time, and bulky bulk, is not suitable for any place.
Don’t worry. The Period Pain Patch is the perfect choice for period pain relief.
The principle of the Period Pain Patch is the chemical reaction between iron powder and oxygen, so it can generate the heat spontaneously without requiring additional power supply.
There are three types of Period Pain Patch for you to choose from.
The types are 135*95 mm, 200*95 mm, 200*100 mm, which are compact and convenient, you can choose according to your needs and pain parts for different types.
The fabric adopted is medical grade spunlace non-woven fabric, which can directly touch the skin without any irritation to body skin. Of course, everyone’s skin characteristics are different, and people with sensitive skin can use it on clothing.
When using it, just tear off the paper back, and then stick it to the clothes. Moreover, the viscosity of the body warm is moderate, so it will not fall off from the clothes during use.
Tear the sealed bag directly when using, and it start to heat up after a few minutes of full contact with air. The heating time can last up to 12 hours. The temperature of the product is generally set at 52-57°C, and through the mild and long-lasting heat it releases, it can accelerate the blood circulation and can soothe spasms of the uterine muscles, thereby to relieve pain.
2. In terms of diet, try to avoid spicy, irritating, raw and cold foods.
3. Proper exercise can be carried out to increase resistance, but be careful not to engage in strenuous exercise. And pay attention to protect against the cold and keep warm.
4. When dysmenorrhea is very severe and even affects the normal life, it is necessary to seek medical attention in time, listen to the advice of professionals and treat it in time.