Most people believe that everything about menstruation should be reserved for women, however this is not the case.
At menstruation, many women experience unpleasant symptoms, and males are expected to be their backbone and support during this time. Some meals can help to alleviate these symptoms, while others can exacerbate them. Abdominal pains, headaches, nausea, lethargy, bloating, mood swings, and diarrhea are some of the symptoms.
If your lady is experiencing any of these symptoms, incorporating certain foods into her diet while eliminating others may help her feel better.
While many foods are fine in moderation, you may wish to avoid specific items that aggravate menstrual symptoms.
It's fine to eat sugar in moderation, but too much of it might create an energy boost followed by a fall. This can make a lady's mood worse. If she gets cranky, unhappy, or anxious during her period, cutting back on sugar can help her feel better.
Caffeine can promote bloating and water retention. It can also make headaches worse. Caffeine withdrawal can induce headaches, so don't fully eliminate coffee if she's used to a few cups a day. Coffee might also upset your stomach. If your girlfriend gets diarrhea during her period, cutting less on her coffee could help her avoid it.
3. alcoholic beverages
Alcohol has a multitude of detrimental consequences on the body, including exacerbating period symptoms. Alcohol, for example, dehydrates the body, worsening headaches and causing bloating. It can also cause digestive problems like diarrhea and nausea. Furthermore, a hangover can cause some of the same symptoms as her period, such as headaches, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and lethargy.
4. Spicy food
Spicy foods upset the stomachs of many people, causing diarrhea, stomach pain, and even nausea. It's advised to avoid spicy foods during her period if her stomach can't handle them or if you're not used to eating them.
5. Red meat
Prostaglandins are produced by the body during menstruation. These substances aid in uterine contraction and uterine lining removal, resulting in menstrual flow. Prostaglandin levels that are too high, on the other hand, produce cramping. Although red meat is abundant in iron, it also contains a lot of prostaglandins, which should be avoided during menstruation.
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