Every month some women experience menstrual pain and some do not. It is not clear to doctors and practitioners why this happens, but the truth remains that every woman is created specifically and every man is unique.
Some women and young girls experience mild pain during menstruation while others experience severe pain, sometimes due to heavy blood flow.
While this is a natural phenomenon for some women, it should be noted that a poor lifestyle can exacerbate menstrual pain. If you are one of those people who suffer from persistent pain during menstruation, which is called menstrual cramps, then you should remember that certain foods, or rather, can worsen your condition.
Avoiding them altogether on painful days is the best alternative and option. So in this article, we are going to take a look at some of the things to avoid during menstruation. Just sit back and enjoy the article while learning something new by avoiding these foods:
1. Ice water.
2. Sugary food.
3. Avoid fried foods.
4. Saturated fat
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