Three Great Things To Help You On Your Period
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Three Great Things To Help You On Your Period

Victoria Causley January 15, 2023

Are you suffering from hormonal mood swings, cramps, headaches, backaches, and everything else that comes with a period? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. And here are some things that might help you on your period and ease your discomfort.

1. BeYou Period Patches

If you suffer from bad period cramps, aches and pains on your period, then you’re going to want to get some of these!

BeYou Period Patches were created as an alternative to heat therapy. If you’ve got a long day of lectures or work then you don’t have to worry as you can wear them for up to twelve hours! The patch is discreet and lightweight so you can wear it on wherever the pain is all day long – oh, and they’re biodegradable and cruelty-free!

Made from natural plant fibers and containing a proprietary matrix arrangement of Menthol and Eucalyptus Oil, you can be sure that they contain no toxins.

Grab yourself a pack of these from the link above and give them a go! They’ll change your period, trust me.

See also: How To Incorporate Vitamin D Into Your Diet

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2. Period Pants

If you haven’t tried them already, then now’s your time! When it comes to things to help your period, these are a must.

Coming into the limelight in 2021 period pants have now become a game changer for heavy flows. These are great if you suffer from heavy bleeding and just need that extra bit of precaution throughout your period. It also means you don’t have to ask your friends 24/7 to check if you’ve bled through… so you’re probably doing them a favour too.

And you don’t have to get the classic period pant style!

If you’re used to a thong then you can now buy period pants in a range of designs including thongs! Check out shops like Ohne, WUKA, Modibodi, and Fluxies, and grab yourself a pair in time for your next period.

3. Ice Packs

And it might sound crazy to try using an ice pack to ease your period cramps but, believe it or not, heat therapy isn’t for everyone.

Some people find that placing an ice pack on the area of cramping can help ease the pain. This is because cold therapy can reduce pain by narrowing the blood vessels, and therefore easing menstrual cramps.

You can buy ice packs on places like Amazon and give them a go in time for your next period!

So if you’re struggling on your period now, or already dreading your next one, give these simple tips a go.

You might find that they change your period entirely, and it’s always worth trying something new!

Read next: Foods To Support You Throughout Your Menstrual Cycle

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Victoria is a writer from Devon with a passion to raise awareness of period positivity and women's health. She has always enjoyed writing and studied History at Cardiff University, where she wrote her dissertation on the 'Attitudes towards Menstruation in the Early Modern Era' and received a Bachelors Honours Degree. In her spare time, she enjoys going to the beach, travelling and spending time with her family and friends.