How To Quell Your Cramps Naturally

Though premenstrual cramps may seem to be a normal part of your menstrual cycle, they are not normal and not everyone suffers with them. The cause of menstrual cramping is a deficiency of cortisol, normally produced by your adrenal glands. Menstrual cramps can often be hard to bear. They usually occur in the days leading up to your period but can get even worse during the first few days of your menstrual cycle. Some can get so bad they leave many people curled in the fetal position struggling to find relief. If you're one of the 90% of women who report signs of PMS, including bloating, cramps, and moodiness, here are some ways to reduce cramping and other symptoms of PMS naturally. Heat T

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