is there anyway to stop cramps or help them?? i am talking about the ones you get with or before your period
To try and avoid or eliminate side cramps while running one should take deep breaths from the belly and not the chest. Shallow breaths should be avoided and remaining hydrated will help.
Preventing CrampsBananas help prevent muscle cramps, due do to their abundance of potassium.
A natural remedy is to drink warm chamomille tea. It will help with stomach cramps and help you relax.
Stretching and massaging the leg can help in getting rid the cramps.
Nyquil is for a cough and sore throat not for menstrual cramps.
I've been wondering the same thing. i take my vitamin before bed every night and i wake up with horrible cramps. I'm hoping it's the vitamin and not a problem with the baby. Everyone tells me not to worry but i can't help but to worry because the pains are pretty intense.
When I had a miscarriage I had really horrible cramps and I started to bleed even though I was not on my period. I already knew that I was pregnant and when i went into my doctor to take another test she told me I had lost the baby. Hope this help
Yes, well for me they do. it depends if the cramps are are very very bad or if you eat bannans alot Any foods high in potassium will help with menstrual cramps.
yes. The cramps do not fully go away, but they are less painful !
You can buy them at your local sports store or foot locker. They will help very much with the pain from running. But you should see a doctor to check if you are injured in anyway before running long distance.
Menstrual cramps are caused by a chemical found in the menstrual fluid. By reducing the amount of menstrual fluid, the pill reduces cramps.
Many women suffer from bad period cramps. Some medicines to take are Aleve or Advil. A heating pad will also help the cramps.
The amount of tonic water needed to help with leg cramps varies. The amount is dependent on the size of the person who needs it.
If you are experiencing leg cramps because of blocked arteries in the legs, you can take a low dose of aspirin to prevent these cramps, combined with exercise.
Yes, Tylenol will help ease the pain of menstrual cramps - all non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs all work on menstrual cramps as it is inflammation caused by hormones that cause uterine contraction which cause menstrual cramps. It is however far better to prevent yourself from getting menstrual cramps to begin with, often lifestyle changes alone are enough to prevent menstrual cramps.
on certain people
Stomach Cramps and Constipation
I have read that running or brisk walking is very good exercise when you are on your period. Youc an even continue with your usual gym work-out but perhaps not do such heavy wieghts. Generally exercising on your period will help to relive bloating and cramps.
You may get foot cramps because you have low potassium. You should consider eating a banana every day to help.