Just a warning, I’m really weird about talking about this kind of stuff, so I may seem a little immature here.
I know that there are many females of various ages who suffer from the dreaded menstrual cramps (I hate the word “period” when used in this sense, so I’m going to avoid it as much as I can)
There are a few ways you can get rid of the cramps once they start, but I personally, would rather avoid them all together. What I do to achieve this is very VERY simple. This may sound a little disgusting to some of you, and it’s a little awkward for me to share, but the best thing to do is to use the restroom constantly when you feel your menstrual cycle approaching. By using the restroom, I mean emitting bowel movements, A.K.A. going #2.
The reason for this is that when your menstrual cycle approaches, all the muscle walls inside involuntarily relax. In order to do this, all the muscles in the general area just relax, and because this is not the feeling your body is most used to, you’ll try extra hard to flex them and tighten up again without you even knowing. This is the cause of your cramps. Your muscles are getting sore...