Ways to rest better during your period

Ways to rest better during your period



Headaches, cramps, heavy bleeding, and constant breast tenderness are just some of the symptoms of menstruation that prevent us from having a pleasant night's sleep. 

There are countless women who experience difficulties falling asleep or fail to rest properly on menstruation days, waking up more than once during the night and often not reaching the stages of deep sleep.

Experts assure that hormones are to blame for this situation. Specifically, progesterone and estrogens: their levels in the body decrease, causing uncomfortable symptoms, such as insomnia. 

So if you are part of this group of women, these tips could help you control your symptoms and rest as much as your body needs. Let's get started!


Tips to help you rest during your menstrual period.

If you have trouble falling asleep, don't worry, you're not alone. More than 30% of women struggle with these difficulties because of their premenstrual syndrome. These are just a few tips that may help live your menstrual period in a happy and peaceful way.


  • Practice some yoga before going to bed:

Yoga is undoubtedly one of the ideal physical activities to reduce the pain associated with menstrual cramps. Before going to bed try doing some stretches. These will help your body relax and help you fall asleep quickly. 


  • Try sleeping in the fetal position.

If you sleep laying on your stomach or back, then try changing it during your period days. Sleep on your side trying to tuck your arms and legs in. It is thanks to this position that you will be able to take all the pressure off your abdomen and thus relieve tension to avoid annoying cramps. 


  • Keep your room cool. 

During your menstrual period, It is common that your body temperature levels drop considerably. A very good idea is to keep your room at a cool temperature to create an ideal environment for a pleasant sleep. 


  • Maintain a healthy sleep routine. 

Having good sleep hygiene is essential to rest properly during your period. In case you find it difficult to sleep at night, try to reduce your screen time before going to bed. You can also organize a nightly routine and make sure to keep a fixed bedtime. 


  • Use special pads / panties for the night.

If you have heavy-flow menstruation, be sure to use reusable panties to feel more secure. These panties will help you because they are much more comfortable and can perfectly cover the entire dangerous area. No more accidents will occur during the night, and you will get to sleep without any worries. 

In case you do not have reusable panties, you can also opt for reusable pads. Unlike the plastic ones, this type of pad will allow you to retain much more blood flow and stay fresh at the same time. 

During your menstrual period, your body is working intensely. Resting during the night becomes mandatory to be able to recover energy.
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