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What is Dysmenorrhea and how to cure it


 Dysmenorrhea or menstrual cramps is a disease that women experience during menstruation. This pain starts from the lower abdomen, up to the upper thighs. Dysmenorrhea occurs a day 2 before and after menstruation. During a woman's delivery, the uterus releases the chemical, called prostaglandin, which causes arthritis.

There are two types of Dysmenorrhea:
1.)Primary Dysmenorrhea. It has no physical cause other than hormones. A woman is just beginning to have menstruation, feeling sick.
2.)Secondary Dysmenorrhea. There is no dysmenorrhea in the first menstrual cycle but develops over time. It may be the cause of another woman's illness or condition such as infection, ovarian, cyst, or endometriosis.

For those with Dysmenorrhea, here are some things you can do to relieve the pain:
* Push the nipple
* Lie on the knee-supported pillow
* Use warm water to wash
* Heat therapy or hot compress Boil 2 glasses of water and translate in bottle Cover thoroughly and wrap with foam Layer on sore pains Replace the water when cool. Repeat this until the pain subsides
* Herba Buena Tea is an analgesic or pain reliever. Put in 1 cup of water a handful of herbal Buena leaves Boil for 3 minutes Translate to a cup and cool slightly with lukewarm drinks

How to prevent Dysmenorrhea:
* Avoid sugary and salty foods
* Reduce coffee consumption and soft drinks
* Practice before your monthly visit. It helps to get the endorphins or natural painkillers out of our body.




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