Wengie offers a few ways to make getting through your period each month a little easier. One of the things to do is eat healthy foods that are high in calcium. Wengie enjoys soy lattes on a daily basis. However, caffeine is something to avoid during your period. It can lead to painful cramps. Herbal tea or cranberry juice are good replacements for caffeinated beverages.
Your period is nothing to be ashamed about, but there are times when you don’t want everyone in the class to know that it’s that time of the month. Stuff a pad in your bra in the morning so that you don’t have to carry a purse or a pad out of the classroom. You can also try double lining your pad so that all you have to do is remove the top pad when you go to the bathroom. This is something to remember if you’re going somewhere and can’t carry a bag inside.
Track your period so that you can have all of the items you need. There are some clues that your body gives to let you know when your period will start, such as headaches or fatigue. There are apps that you can use to keep track of when it’s time to start, setting an alarm a few days before so that you’re prepared. Taking a birth control pill can make your pill a little more regular so that you know when your period will come on a monthly basis. To prevent cramping, take Ibuprofen the day before you’re supposed to start so that you don’t have to deal with the pain.
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