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Signs that indicate your period is coming

A few days before your period appears you may notice your breasts are more sensitive than normal and that you are more easily irritated when something is displeasing. These changes are normal and usually occur every month in all women who have started  to menstruate and lasts until the end of there reproductive life, which occurs around 45 to 50 years of age.

To relieve these symptoms may be indicated the use of beggars or the practice of activities that promote relaxation, such as physical activities and massage, for example.

Signs that indicate your period is coming

How to know your period is coming

Before your period appears, there are some signs that indicate it is coming and so you should be aware of the following:

  • Abdominal swelling;
  • Fluid retention;
  • Headache or migraine;
  • Sudden mood swings;
  • Irritability;
  • Tiredness;
  • Indisposition;
  • Anxiety;
  • Emotional disturbances;
  • Swollen and sore breasts;
  • Appearance of pimples;
  • Increased appetite.

The signs mentioned above usually appear due to hormonal changes and can be alleviated with the use of anti-inflammatory drugs such as Atroveran, Buscopan and Ponstan, for example. In addition, practicing physical activities that promote relaxation also help reduce symptoms and so it may help to take a walk in the park or do meditation, for example.

Menstrual calculator

Besides the symptoms, it is also possible to know when your period is going to appear if you know how many days your period normally lasts and when was your last period. Put in your data below, so you can find out when your period is suppose to come: 

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During menstruation, several women suffer from migraines and a good way to fight this type of headache is by investing in pleasurable activities, resting and light physical activity. Taking cinnamon tea is also a good option because it speeds up the onset of menstruation, and as a result these symptoms become less intense.

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