1. Avoid Caffeine
2. Drink Water
During your period, you are likely bloated and retaining water, so to combat the bloat, drink more water! If you’re interested in looking and feeling better during your period, drink plenty of water to flush out your body of toxins and to keep hydrated.
3. Exercise With Lighter Activities
Easy tasks like stretching, yoga, walking, or swimming help increase blood flow, which cuts down on cramping. Sitting still can make you feel worse, so it is essential to exercise. A spontaneous dance party with your girlfriends (or alone in your room) is a great way to lift your spirits and keep you moving, too.
4. Take a Bath
Focus on feeling better during your period and pamper yourself with a relaxing bath. Soaking in a warm bath evokes feelings of relaxation and can help ease that darned Menstrual cramp.
5. Warm it up
Another way to feel better during your period and ease those pesky cramps or aches is to use a hot water bottle or heated blanket to alleviate muscle spasms. Sipping tea will also help you keep warm, and chamomile tea is known to help relieve menstrual cramp.
6. Try a menstrual cup
People who have tried and loved the menstrual cup have said that switching over from pads and tampons have made their period experience much better.