Period hacks: How to better enjoy your day during that ‘time of the month’

Pasig City—March 8, 2019—For women, it doesn’t matter how many times you’ve had your period. At times, it still somehow makes you feel annoyed and uncomfortable, especially with the symptoms like abdominal cramps that do not make it any better.


However, it is important to remember that monthly periods are a part of us and the only way to get around it is to deal with it as best we could. Thankfully, there are many ways to make it easier and less uncomfortable. To make that time of the month more bearable, Santé, a provider of premier organic health and wellness products and services, listed simple and easy hacks that you can follow.


Track your period


Tracking your period is an effective way to keep your menstrual cycle in check so you won’t have to guess or wonder when it will come. Thanks to the advent of technology, there are now period-tracking apps available online, which we can install on our phone or gadgets.


Keep a period kit


Periods can be unpredictable sometimes. So, while tracking it can help you understand how your cycle works, it is also important to be always ready.


One way you can foolproof that time of the month is by keeping a period kit composed of pads, underwear, sanitizer, feminine wipes, among many others, with you at all times. It always pays to be prepared, especially since your period can come in the most unexpected time and place.


Stay hydrated


Not drinking enough water can cause dehydration, which can lead to abdominal cramps and intensify your discomfort. So, make sure that you are well-hydrated. Water not only helps ease symptoms like bloatedness—since it helps flush waste out of your system—but is also an effective way to fight fatigue.


Use a heating pad


Menstrual cramps are one of the most common complaints women have when on their period. It can range from mild to severe and, is usually felt around the lower belly or back.


A heating pad can be a woman’s best friend when this happens since it is an effective way to stimulate blood flow and lessen pain from cramps. If you don’t have a heating pad, you can use a hot water bottle or towel to ease your cramps.


But what many may not know is that the kind of sanitary napkin can be a contributing factor to your discomfort. To better manage your period, using a sanitary pad like Moments Anion Sanitary Napkins by Santé can ease the discomfort during your monthly period.


This napkin has strong absorption capacity for maximum leak protection and a delicately smooth and soft-to-touch cover that gives comfortable protection during your period. It also has FAR infrared and Anion fibre core to help improve blood circulation, maintain a natural pH level, and support reproductive health.


While menstruation is something that happens to a woman’s life, severe period pain should not be. If you constantly have excruciating period pains or other unusual and recurring symptoms when on your period, it is better to consult a doctor since it can be an indication of serious health condition.


Period is something that occurs once a month, and while it can be annoying to go through it repeatedly, always remind yourself of the saying, “Anything you can do, I can do bleeding.” Overcome your period successfully and enjoy your day during that time of the month like any regular day.


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About Santé

Founded in 2007, Santé promotes, produces and distributes premier natural health and wellness products; as well as services, designed to help people live better lives. With Santé Barley as its flagship brand, Santé has dominated the local market with its barley grass – grown and harvested in New Zealand – which is certified organic by BioGro, New Zealand’s largest and best-known certifier for organic produce and products. With the proven health benefits of Santé Barley, Santé has developed a comprehensive selection of everyday barley-based products. Today, Santé has expanded its offerings to include a fitness and rehabilitation center with its Santé Fitness Lab; and an array of natural products that are true to the company’s thrust in promoting a healthy lifestyle. Headquartered in the Philippines, Santé has offices worldwide such as New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, UAE, Qatar, Nigeria, and Cyprus.