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Weight Loss Tips for Everyone

Weight Loss Tips for Everyone

Losing weight is a great goal. If you are able to lose weight, not only will you look better, but you will also feel better. A healthy weight is important to your overall well-being and health. Overweight people are prone to serious diseases, including heart conditions and diabetes. However, while weight loss may be a great goal to have, finding quick weight loss tips that work is not so easy. You can search for weight loss tips online for months without finding anything you can truly use to succeed in reaching your goal. The key to success is finding healthy weight loss tips that will allow you to reach your goal one pound at a time.
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The Healthy Way to Lose Weight

1.   So what is the truly healthy way to lose weight? Whether you are looking for teen weight loss advice or women's weight loss tips, one fact remains the same. There is a healthy way to lose weight and an unhealthy way to lose weight.

2.   Healthy weight loss happens steadily. That does not mean that it cannot happen fairly quickly, but drastic, sudden weight loss is not healthy. Look for healthy weight loss tips that will help you lose weight at a rate of about one to two pounds per week. This is not extremely fast, but the weight that is lost in a healthy manner is kept off much more effectively.

3.   Diet tips that help you lose weight by fixing your food intake and increasing your exercise are the best ones to follow. If you choose to use a commercial program to help you lose weight, you need to find a program that incorporates a balanced diet with increased exercise. All natural weight loss tips that you will find will incorporate these two items.

4.   Focus on What Caused Your Weight Problem. Another way to find effective weight loss tips is to focus on what caused your weight problem in the first place. Sure, you can blame pregnancy, medications, or other life changes, but what really caused you to gain weight?

Did you overeat?

Did you eat to soothe your emotions?

Did you suddenly cut down your level of physical activity due to a career change or some other life factor?

Did the quality of the food you are eating change?

HOW TO AVOID NIGHTMARE (BAD DREAMS): Health Education on Nightmares

HOW TO AVOID BAD DREAMSDreams are one of the essential parts of individual life. Some night gives you bad dreams also known as a nightmare whereas some nights gives you a good dream. 

The good dream leads to a fresh morning with pleasure and joyful while a bad dream in the night may be a reason for depressed feelings. 

Oneirologists are the scientists who deal with the study of dreams. Until now the scientists/oneirologists are not able to find out whether dreams originate from the brain. Most of the dreams are responsible for negative emotions in an individual life.
Pregnant Women and bad dreams
As we know that bad dreams are also known as nightmares. Nightmares are basically a series of scary images, feeling/sensation, emotions and facts. The bad dreams take place when we are sleeping at night. 
This act of frightening is also very common during pregnancy period of the women. During the pregnancy period the women go through the various hormonal changes. During this period of pregnancy, she thinks too much about many things which cause a negative interpretation during her night dreams. 
As women is going through many mental as well as physical changes during her pregnancy period the bad dreams (nightmares) are very common.
Treatments for Nightmare during Pregnancy: There are many human beings who have very bad dreams/nightmare but they do not suffer because they take these bad dreams very casually and forgets them very easily when they wake up in the morning. 

There are also some people who have nightmares and these bad dreams become a reason of concern for them as they regularly suffered by these bad dreams. 

This is the most common reason of a health problem known as depression and increased anxiety. Here in this health care article below we share some health treatment related to bad dreams:
Health Education on Bad dreams treatments 
1). Imagery practice treatment (Cognitive Therapy) – In this type of nightmare treatment the suffered human beings are encouraged to make a modification in their dream during the ending of the bad dream. 
This treatment for bad dreams is also well known as a cognitive therapy. By using this therapy you can imagine and replace the scared outcome of bad dream to a less upsetting or fearful outcome. 
The 70% of the people who are suffering from nightmare have got success by using this bad dream treatment according to the recent survey.
2). Painting dreams– In this type of nightmare treatment the expert/specialists asks the constant bad dreamer to paint the place in which the bad dreamer has dreamt. 
After that, the expert asked dreamer to talk something in dream about the character of the dream. After this the dreamer has full freedom to draw a happier conclusion in the dream.
3). Use Your Common sense– After a bad dream when you come out of the dream, you should understand that, whatever you are watching in your dream is not at all in the real world. If every one of us can add this common sense in our mind/thought, there will be no harm to your health as well as you life goes on happily.
4). Some Relaxation techniques– There are some relaxation techniques which surly helps you these techniques are: Physical exercises on daily basis, meditation (Yoga), breathing exercise, No consumption of alcohol, and say no to nicotine.
Conclusion: One more thing we want to share that find a happy place which is full of peace and you love to stay there for some time. Visit that place for some time so that you forget everything else. Also, spend more time with your friends and family happily. Always think about those moments which make you happy when you are going to bed.

That’s all about this Medical education article on How to avoid bad dreams during the pregnancy of women. For more health care tips continue your visit with Tricky Health Education.


how to get pregnant fastThe pregnancy can be easily achieved by a healthy couple within a year if they have no issue regarding their reproductive system. 

Some of the common and very minor issues can create a problem in conceiving so you must aware of these minor issues and the various solutions for these issues.

Here in this Medical Health Education article, we are suggesting some of the healthy pregnancy Tips to have a healthy and fast pregnancy.

Instructions for the Successful Accomplishment of pregnancy
1). Couples should feel relax and calm before intercourse. There can be a problem in conceiving with a stressful mind and body. So it is very important for both the partners to be stress free before and during the intercourse.
2). Pregnancy achieved by a woman in her ovulating period so it is very important to have a knowledge regarding the time of ovulation. A woman can predict her ovulation period by using the Ovulation predictor Kit (or) can use the natural method. 
When a woman ovulates then the body temperature rises to some bit and the vaginal discharge gets more thicker.  So having unprotected intercourse in her ovulation period can help her to achieve pregnancy faster. 
3). The male partner should avoid any excessive exercise before the intercourse and one more thing that the men should avoid the hot bath and do not wear the tight underwear.
Healthy Natural Tips to Achieve Easy and Fast Pregnancy
If the couples are not getting pregnant for a long time and on basis of medical advice they are wishing to start some fertility drugs they should avoid these medical drugs for a small time period and must try these health tips to get pregnant soon

These Health tips to get pregnant soon are not very costly but these natural health tips help you to improve your fertility and provide a chance to become pregnant. Some more health tips related to successful pregnancy are given below:
1). Having intercourse in different positions can help in deep penetration which is much more important to get pregnant; for deep penetration the female partner should lye down in flat position with the thighs upwards and must be in the same position for 20 minutes after the intercourse. This will help the male partner sperms to reach up to the egg so that fertilization takes place. 
2). A woman wishing to get pregnant should stop the birth control pills because these pills are for prohibiting the pregnancy. 
3). Pregnancy takes place during ovulation period of a women. A woman can predict her ovulation period by using the Ovulation predictor Kit (or) can use the natural method. 
When a woman ovulates then the body temperature rises to some bit and the vaginal discharge gets more thicker. So the couple should have intercourse during this period to get pregnant. 
4). Both life partner male as well as female should have a healthy and safe  lifestyle when they want a new member in their family. A balanced diet for both is very necessary. 
The Drugs, alcohol and smoking should be avoided for a successful pregnancy. The Male partner should avoid the hot water bath because the heat produced from the hot water lower the sperm count in the scrotum. 
5). When one wants a Baby the couple should perform the intercourse activity frequently so that the sperms accumulate inside the vaginal and cervical canal for a few days. This will lead to the successful pregnancy.
Easy Health Tips to Get Pregnant
Following are the few health care tactics to achieve a successful pregnancy.
* The egg that is produced during ovulation period in the female body is available for 12 hr.  to 24 hours to meet the sperm and the sperm inside the female body lives for 3 days to 5 days. So the pregnancy can be achieved from the 11th to 21st day of the menses(periods) so having an unprotected intercourse during this period can help to get pregnant.
Try to implement these tactics or health tips in your daily life and maybe they will work for you as these methods already work for many couples who have the same problem related to their pregnancy. A proper medical education or knowledge will always help you.

That’s all about this Tricky Health education on How to achieve a successful pregnancy with in few period. For more Health Care Tips Continue your visit with Us.


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Best Methods of Breastfeeding

In the Last Health informative article we discussed the various benefits of Breastfeeding and how essential and useful is breastfeeding for a child and to her mother. 

If you want to check out our previous article on women's health education on “What is Breast Feeding and Various Benefits of Breast Milk” then you can CLICK HERE. Now in this Health care awareness article, we are sharing some essential Health caring tips that a mother should take care of during the breastfeeding of their baby.

1). After normal delivery, first, breastfeeding should be started within one to half an hour after delivery, in cesarean delivery, first, breastfeeding should be started with-in four to six hours of delivery.

2). The mother should give breastfeed to the baby every two hourly & it should be demand-based according to the need of baby.

3). After each breastfeeds burp the baby by taking him/her at your shoulder & by massaging the back of the baby.

4). The duration of each breast feed should be 5-10 minutes from each breast; this will helps the baby to get both the fore as well as hind milk. 

Fore milk is the milk which is secreted at the starting of breast feeding & is rich in the proteins, vitamins & minerals. Hind milk is the milk which is secreted at the end of breast feeding & is rich in the fat & energy, so it is very important for the mother to breast feed her baby completely from one breast so that the baby completely empty the breast & get the both hind as well as fore milk.

5). Every time mother should breastfeed the baby from the alternate breasts.

6). After each breastfeeds baby should be placed on right side this will help in the prevention of regurgitation.

7). The mother should continue exclusive breastfeeding up to 6 months of age. The baby should be given only the breast milk and nothing else, not even water for 6 months of age.

8). Complementary feeding to the child should be started after the six months of age but breastfeeding should be continued up to 2 years of age or beyond it.

9). Mother should maintain her hygiene, she should take bath daily & wash her breast & wear clean blouse & brassiere to prevent diarrhea etc.

10). The majority of the mothers can successfully breastfeed their baby but some mothers especially the first time mothers having problems in breastfeeding their baby so It is very important for the mother to correctly breastfeed her baby by using the correct technique.

 Health information on How a mother can correctly breastfeed the baby:
Before giving the breast feed mother should be completely relaxed both the physically as well as mentally & should not have any due work to do. Baby should be clean & dry so that the baby can feel comfortable during breast feeding.
Mother should be in the correct positioning for the successful breast feeding. Mother can be in sitting or side lying down position.
Baby should be well supported by the mother. Baby should be in mother’s fore arm and the head of the baby should be elevated (slightly up).
Baby’s head, neck & back should be in one straight line for effective breast feeding.
Baby should be close to mother & the baby’s trunk should be in touch with mother’s trunk & facing towards the breast.
The chin of Baby’s should touch the mother’s breast and cheek should touch mother’s nipple.
Baby’s mouth should be wide opened & whole of the black part of the breast should be in the baby’s mouth.
Lower lip of the baby should be turned outward & the baby’s nose should not be pressed.
Mother should hear the sound of baby’s swallowing.
If the baby falls asleep after few sucks then mother should arouse the baby by gentle tap behind the ear or by tapping on the sole of foot.
Mother should feed completely from one breast to provide full nutrition to the baby.
Mother should feed alternatively from both breasts to have the maximum benefit of breast feeding.
Mother should burp the baby after each feed.
By following all these health care tips a mother can benefit her baby maximally by breast feeding & can help in the proper growth & development of the baby as the mother’s breast milk is precious for the baby.


Continue with our Online Health Care Awareness now in this article Nursing Officer SL Sharma going to explain health care awareness on Breast feeding. The article is about  “What is Brest Feeding and How Breast Feeding is beneficial for a mother and to her Child.

breast feedingBreastfeeding is the best natural feeding for the infant(baby). Breast milk is the best milk than the other milk for babies. Breastfeeding provides all the necessary nutrients to the baby. Breast milk is the safest, hygienic & an effective method for baby feeding. Mother’s milk is the basic & complete food to baby, it also provides emotional & psychological support to both mother as well as to the baby. 

The main cause of the infant’s death is the poor breastfeeding techniques & the practices. So a mother should be aware of the correct breastfeeding techniques & practices for the proper growth of the baby & to keep the baby away from the diseases, so in this article, we are providing you the knowledge about the breastfeeding techniques, its advantages & the medical health care tips for effective breastfeeding.

ADVANTAGES OF THE BREASTFEEDING: As earlier stated the breast milk is the safest, cheapest & most effective way of feeding to the baby. It has many advantages as compared to other ways of baby feeding such as artificial feeding, cow’s milk etc. it provides benefits to both mother as well as to the baby. These advantages are as follows, by keeping in mind these advantages one should always prefer the breastfeeding:
1). NUTRITIVE VALUE: Breast milk of a mother contains all the essential nutrients in the right proportion which are needed for the proper growth & development of the baby. 
Breast milk contains high amount of galactose & lactose which are needed for the growth & development of the baby’s brain, so it also helps in the proper growth & development of baby’s brain. 
Breast milk helps in the absorption of the calcium so it also helps in the bony development of the baby. 
It contains all the essential vitamins, proteins, electrolytes, minerals & water in the rig ht amount which are necessary for the growth & development of the baby. 
Breast milk provides the proper nutrition to the baby.
2). DIGESTIBILITY: Breast milk is easily digestible to the baby as compared to the other milk as it contains the protein which is easily digestible to the baby. 
Breast milk contains enzymes which help in the proper digestion of it that’s why it is easily digestible to baby.
3). PROTECTIVE VALUE: Breast milk contains the immunoglobulin (IgA, IgM, macrophages, lymphocytes) which have the capacity to fight against many diseases & infections so it protects the baby against many infections. 
Breast milk protects the baby from malaria, various infections, allergy, asthma & many other infections. Breast milk provides immunity to baby.
4). PSYCHOLOGICAL BENEFITS: Breast feeding provides psychological benefit to both mother as well to baby. 
Breast feeding promotes the physical as well as the emotional bondage to both the mother & baby by the frequent skin to skin contact, attention & interaction. 
Breast feeding helps in the future in making the better child-parent relationship & lessen the chances of behavioural disorders in the children. 
Breast feeding helps in the development of higher intelligence & feeling of security to infant.
5). BENEFITS TO MOTHER: Exclusive Breast feeding from a mother for the first six months acts as a contraceptive method for the mother, as due to breast feeding there is lactational amenorrhea (absence of menses) because of which mother doesn’t get pregnant. 
Lactational amenorrhea (absence of periods due to breast feeding) helps in restoring the blood means the iron store so the chances of anemia are less to mother.
Breast feeding reduces the chances of ovarian & breast cancer to mother.
It provides psychological satisfaction to mother. It is more convenient for the mother especially in the nights to provide feed to the baby.
6). BENEFITS TO THE FAMILY: Breast feeding is the most economical in terms of saving of money, time & energy of the family. 
Family will spend less on milk, care & illness as a result of the breast feeding because it is natural & also provides immunity to baby to fight with the infections.
Stay Healthy and Take care of Your Baby…..Red rose


In the last article, we discussed the various health problems in women during the pregnancy period. Now in this post, Dr. SL Sharma going to share some health care tips which are very important to know and also helps a pregnant woman during her pregnancy period. So read this medical education article carefully on women's health education. If you want to access our previous article you can CLICK HERE.

WOMAN HEALTH CAREThe knowledge regarding the prevention & management of common minor health problems is very important for a pregnant woman. If the women having knowledge about this then she can manage these minor problems at her own home at the earlier stages & by her own self without any one’s help. 

Here are some of the medical health care tips which can give you the enjoyment to be pregnant throughout the pregnancy. These medical health care tips are based on changing lifestyle behavior, so it is in the hands of a pregnant woman whether she is ready to change the lifestyle or following them regularly. These health tips are as follows:
To prevent the nausea & vomiting follow these medical health care tips:
1. Have the light breakfast such as dry toast, biscuits etc. 
2. Take frequent & small foods because taking a large amount of food can trigger nausea & vomiting. 
3. Avoid the personal triggering factors such as any smell, taste etc. woman can identify these factors by herself & try to avoid these. 
4. Citrus fruits such as lemon, orange etc. can also help in relieving the nausea & vomiting so try these also.
To prevent the backache follow these health care tips:
1. Always have a correct posture that means always keep you back straight during sitting, standing or walking. You can use a chair with good back support to prevent backache. 
2. While resting on your back, keep your legs at a high level than the other parts. You can do it by keeping a pillow below your legs. This helps in relaxing the hips. 
3. Do not stand or sit for a long time & do not work for a long time, have the rest periods in between the working hours. 
4. Avoid high heel shoes. 
5. Keep changing your side while sleeping; you can also use a pillow in between your legs to avoid the discomfort. 
6. Use a hard mattress to sleep this can help in maintaining a good posture during sleep. 
7. Massaging the back muscles & rest can help in relieving the backache.
To Avoid Constipation follow these health care tips:
1. Make regular bowel habits preferably at the same timings. 
2. Take plenty of fluids, green leafy vegetables, milk in the diet. High fiber diet helps in relieving the constipation. 
3. Don’t go to bed immediately after meal, have some walk & after 15-30 minutes go to bed. 
4. If stool becomes very hard causing pain then consult to doctor, he can prescribe you stool softener.
To prevent acidity & heart burn follow these health care tips:
1. Avoid over eating, have frequent & small meals. 
2. Avoid going to bed immediately after meals, have some walk before going to bed. 
3. Avoid too much oily & spicy food. 
4. Drink a lot of fluids. 
5. Sleep with elevated head by keeping pillow below the head, this helps in preventing the back flow of food contents in the food pipe. 
6. If the problem aggravate then consult to your doctor he/she may prescribe some antacids to relieve the problem.
The following medical health care tips can help in preventing the varicose veins & leg cramps:
1. Massaging & applying the local heat can help in relieving the leg cramps. 
2. Vitamin B1 intake only on prescription can also help. 
3. Avoid travelling for a long time during pregnancy. 
4. Avoid hanging your legs in the air. 
5. Always keep a stool or bench under your feet to support them. 
6. Keeping your legs elevated during rest period can also help in preventing the varicose veins. 
7. Elastic crape bandage can be applied during the movement.
To decrease the frequency of urination follows these medical health care tips:
1. Don’t limit the fluid intake. 
2. Avoid the caffeinated drinks such as coffee, coke etc. because these increase the frequency of urination. 
3. Drink appropriate amount of fluids in the day; avoid taking fluids before going to bed at night. 
4. Do kegal exercises; these are the exercises which are used to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. These are performed in the same way like sometime we withhold (stop) the urge of urination at the places where the urination is not possible. But the main difference is that these are done with emptying bladder. 
5. Don’t withhold the urge to urinate.
A Proper Diet for a Women during pregnancy Period:
Proper Diet during pregnancy is very important for the mother’s good health as well as for the proper growth of the baby. A pregnant woman's diet should contain 2500 kcal & 60 gm of protein. A healthy pregnant woman should gain optimum weight (11 kg) during the pregnancy; this is possible only when there is optimum nutrition provided to the pregnant woman. 

A pregnant woman's diet should contain green leafy vegetables, one litre of milk, 40 mg of iron, 1000 mg of calcium, 15 mg of zinc,175 microgram of iodine & other vitamins. These can be obtained from the green leafy vegetables, meat, fish, poultry, dairy products, fruits, iodized salt, grains and cereals in adequate amounts.
1. Take adequate rest during pregnancy. A pregnant woman should take minimum 10 hours rest; 8 hours at night & 2 hours at noon. Side lying position is better to rest, keep changing side during sleep. 
2. Take bath everyday but be careful about slipping in the bathroom, if sometime you faint in the bathroom then take support of any hard thing & sit immediately. 
3. Wear comfortable clothes, avoid high heel shoes. 
4. Perineal hygiene should be maintained, change your undergarments daily, wash & dry them properly under the sun. 
5. Iron tablets should be taken regularly, avoid taking iron tablets with the milk, prefer to take them with juice. Don’t take iron & calcium tablets together. Keep a gap of at least one hour. 
6. Avoid travelling for a long time, prefer train travelling than bus. 
7. Avoid smoking & alcohol consumption during pregnancy because the chances of abortion & small baby are more. 
8. Immunization against tetanus is very important during pregnancy. There should be one month gap between two tetanus injections. 
9. Avoid taking drugs by own self without any prescription. 
11. Attend the antenatal clinic & visit regularly according to doctor advice. You should visit the antenatal clinic at least for three times.
Have a healthy and beautiful life..God Bless You..Smile


Pregnancy is the most happiest & precious tipregnancy problemsme in every woman life. There is no doubt that the arrival of a baby will change a couple’s life forever & they are not only couple now but become parents also. 
There is no need to worry about this as the enough knowledge & understanding can lead to a happy and safe life forever. In the early months of pregnancy a woman has many Health related problems which almost all women having, the knowledge about their prevention can provide a relief to a woman so it is very necessary for a pregnant woman to know about these common health related problems & the various health care tips to prevent & manage these, so in this Medical education article we are providing you the health information about the common problems during women pregnancy time along with the various health tips to prevent yourself from these health problems.
Some of the common problems in pregnant women are as follows:
NAUSEA & VOMITING: Nausea is the feeling of vomiting. Nausea & vomiting occur specially in the morning, soon after getting out of bed that’s why it is also known as “morning sickness”. They occur only for the first three months & then decrease in frequency during subsequent months. 50% of women are having both nausea & vomiting, 25% have nausea only & 25% are unaffected. There is no need to worry when you get affected by such a problem because they are the symptoms and we will also share some health care tips in our next article to take care of yourself.

BACKACHE: It is a common health problem in 50% of women during the pregnancy period. The contributing factors for backache are weight gain, faulty posture, high heel shoes or constipation. Backache can create a hindrance in the daily activities of a woman. We advised all our readers to must-read out our next article in which the expert Dr. S.L Sharma will share the health tips for pregnant women and also share some prevention that a pregnant woman must take care during her pregnancy period.

CONSTIPATION: Constipation is a common problem during pregnancy which affects almost all pregnant women. This problem is either due to hormone progesterone which causes gut atomicity means there are no peristaltic movements (propulsive efforts) in the gut or can be due to diminished activity, the pressure of the pregnant uterus (womb) on the colon because of which the passage of stool becomes difficult causing constipation.

LEG CRAMPS OR VARICOSE VEINS: In pregnancy, there is too much need of nutrients for both the mother as well as the baby, if there is a deficiency of nutrients then it can lead to many problems especially when there is the deficiency of calcium then it causes leg cramps.
Varicose veins is a condition that is caused by the pressure of the gravid (pregnant) uterus on the spine which causes an obstruction in the blood flow mainly the backflow which cause bluish coloration & the pain in the legs. Pain is mainly on the movement from one place to another.

FREQUENT URINATION: In pregnancy, the main problem is the frequent urination. This is due to the pressure of the pregnant uterus on the bladder. To overcome this problem here are some of the health care tips, by following these you can solve this problem.

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women health educationIn our previous article we discussed about what is Dysmenorrhea and various Symptoms of Dysmenorrhea. If you want to check out that article on women health Education on Dysmenorrhea you can CLICK HERE. Now in this Medical Health education article on Women Health we provide the various health caring tips and various medical treatments to overcome these health problems.
Treatment of dysmenorrhea is very important as it can lead to many complications. Treatment & management of primary & secondary dysmenorrhea is different as the causes of both types are also different. Treatment of both types of dysmenorrhea is mainly divided into three types which are as follows:
MEDICAL MANAGEMENT: Medical management means to treat with the help of medications here no surgical procedure is performed. This type of surgery is mainly preferred for the primary dysmenorrhea. The various medical interventions to treat dysmenorrhea are as follows:
NSAIDs: Non Steroidal Anti Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) are common & effective drug used to treat the primary dysmenorrhea. These are mainly used to relieve the pain. The most common drugs are ibuprofen, Naproxen, Acetyl Salicylic Acid (ASA).
Hormonal contraceptives: oral contraceptives such as combined oral contraceptive pills are also used to treat the dysmenorrhea. Others contraceptives such as Depo-Provera, hormone containing intrauterine devices are also used.
Anti emetic drugs: these drugs are given to control the nausea & vomiting.
SURGICAL MANAGEMENT:  This type of treatment is mostly preferred for the secondary dysmenorrhea. The treatment of secondary dysmenorrhea depends upon the underlying disease condition. The various surgical interventions to treat the dysmenorrhea are:
  • Nerve ablation
  • Presacral neurectomy
  • Surgical fibroid removal
OTHERS: Except medical & surgical treatment there are various other treatments which are based upon the natural & psychological factors which affect the pain stimulation. These are as follows:
Exercise: exercising during menses can reduce the pain level because by exercising mainly the pelvic exercises there is increased blood supply to the uterine muscle which can automatically reduce the pain level.
Heat therapy: applying heat pads to the lower abdomen can help in relieving pain as this also improves the blood circulation to the uterine muscles.
Dietary modifications: taking vitamin B1, B12, Thiamine, vitamin E can help in reducing the pain Level to some extent. Increasing the magnesium supplements & the carbohydrate level can relieve the pain level.
Relaxation therapy: relaxation techniques such as yoga, meditation, listening soft music can help in reducing the pain level.
Acupuncture: this technique helps in exciting receptors or nerve fibres, & also blocks the pain channels & thus relieving the pain.
To control the pain level & further increase in the pain level, one should have the knowledge that how to prevent these conditions & their management by themselves at their own home setting. Here are some health tips by using them you can control the symptoms of dysmenorrhea. These are as follows:
1). Apply a heating pad to your lower abdomen as soon as you start feeling pain or as soon as the menses start, but never fall asleep as there can be the burning chances. These heating pads should be applied three to four times during day time.
2). Do light exercises such as walking, running or mainly the pelvic floor exercises which can increase the blood supply to the uterine muscles & relieve the pain level.
3). Do the light circular massage to lower abdomen with your finger tips as this will also helps in improving the blood supply.
4). Drink warm beverages to reduce the pain level.
5). Eat light & frequent meals to prevent the nausea & vomiting.
6). Have diet rich in Complex carbohydrates such as whole grains, fruits, vegetables but should be low in salt, sugar, alcohol & caffeine.
7). Take warm shower or bath to improve the blood circulation.
8). Keep your legs raised while lying down & lie on one side with the knees bend.
9). Do the relaxation techniques such as yoga, listening soft music, guided imagery etc. to divert your mind.
10). Regularly do the pelvic rocking exercises as the menses start up-to the last day of menses.
11). Keep yourself stress & tension free as the tension & stress can lead to increase production of prostaglandins which increase the pain level.
12). Take diet rich in carbohydrates, vitamin B1, B12, Thiamine, vitamin E & magnesium.
13). Take the NSAIDs (non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs) two or three days before starting the regular cycle.
14). Weight can also be a possible cause of dysmenorrhea so if you have all the sign & symptoms of dysmenorrhea then try to lose your weight by regular exercises, diet control & behavior modifications.
15). Keep & maintain menstrual hygiene by changing your undergarments daily & thoroughly wash & dry them in sun. Frequently change your pad as per need.
16). If by following all these methods your dysmenorrhea symptoms do not relieved then you should consult a doctor to rule out the presence of secondary dysmenorrhea.
These are some very basic health tips that a women should know to take care of herself… Have a Healthy Life ahead……


Women are having many Health problems than men. WOMEN HEALTH EDUCATIONThey are having additional problems related to their menstrual cycle, pregnancy, post partum period (after delivery) & many more other systems which differentiate their problems from the men. It is very important for the women to have knowledge regarding these health problems & their prevention & management. Making a woman knowledgeable regarding her health can benefit the whole family. The awareness of own health can benefit a woman to perform her roles & responsibilities more efficiently & smoothly. Here in this article of women health care education we are discussing different problems related to menstrual cycle (menses) like Dysmenorrheal (painful menses), menstrual hygiene, amenorrhea (absence of menses), menorrhagia (excessive bleeding), metrorrhagia (irregular bleeding) & menopause (cessation of menses).
DYSMENORRHEA: Dysmenorrhea is menstrual pain means the pain which occurs during menses, it is normal for most of the women to have mild pain during menses but some of the women have severe type of pain, here the most important thing is that this pain interferes with the normal daily life activities means these pains decrease the daily life activities efficiency by interfering with them. As by splitting the word Dysmenorrhea we can come to know the meaning that is dys + menorrhea, dys means difficult & menorrhea means menses so in simple terms it is difficult menses.
Definition of Dysmenorrhea: “Dysmenorrhea is a medical condition characterized by the pain during menses which is of severe type & interferes with normal daily life activities.”
1). PRIMARY DYSMENORRHEA: Primary Dysmenorrhea is the painful menstruation without any pelvic pathology means in this type woman is not having any gynecological problem (any reproductive tract problem). This is the most common type of dysmenorrhea which affects many women. It is characterized by pain that begins before or after the initiation of menstrual flow & continues for 48 to 72 hours. As women become older, primary dysmenorrhea decreases & resolves after child birth.
2). SECONDARY DYSMENORRHEA: Secondary dysmenorrhea is the menstrual pain that is because of some kind of pelvic/gynecological problem or disease such as endometriosis, gynecological tumor or Pelvic Inflammatory Disease. In this type pain starts several days before menses & prolonged to more days as compared to primary dysmenorrhea.
The causes of dysmenorrhea are different for the primary & secondary type of dysmenorrhea.
CAUSES FOR PRIMARY DYSMENORRHEA: The main cause of primary type of dysmenorrhea is excessive production of prostaglandin hormone that is responsible for causing the uterine contractions during menstruations & because of these uterine contractions, blood vassals constrict & there will be low blood supply to uterine muscles means low oxygen supply to muscles as blood is carrying the oxygen to the different organs as a result of this there will be vasospasm of uterine vassals as well as the ischemia of the uterine muscles which cause the pain called as primary dysmenorrhea. Anxiety, stress or tensions are also contributing factors for the development of primary dysmenorrhea.
CAUSES FOR SECONDARY DYSMENORRHEA: The cause of secondary dysmenorrhea is the presence of other pelvic pathological conditions such as Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, endometriosis, tumors, uterine fibroids or the use of any Intra Uterine Device (IUD) as a contraceptive method. This type can be treated with medications as it is not auto resolved.
1). PAIN: Pain is the main symptom of dysmenorrhea. It occurs in the lower abdomen during menstruation, may be felt in your hips or lower back. The pain usually starts before the onset (start) of menses or during the menses & continue to 24 to 72 hours, firstly its intensity increases during first 24 hours & then the pain subside (decrease) during second or third day. The pain can be spasmodic means sharp pelvic pain or can be dull pain.
2). Nausea & vomiting
3). Constipation or diarrhea
4). Felling of fullness of abdomen
5). Headache
6). Dizziness
7). Hypersensitivity to sound, smell & touch
8). Fainting
9). Fatigue
How the doctors or any woman can identify that woman having dysmenorrhea, this is very simple to diagnose the dysmenorrhea by following these examinations:
Medical history: if any woman having the above sign & symptoms which interfere with the daily life activities then she is said to be having dysmenorrhea.
Pelvic examination: pelvis examination that can be internal or external is performed to rule out any pelvic inflammatory disease, any strictures, any polyp etc. internal pelvic examination is done by introducing the fingers into the vagina only after taking the consent from the client. Speculum examinations & PAP smear tests are done to rule out any pathological condition.
Gynaecological ultrasound: this can be performed to rule out any structure abnormality
Laparoscopy: this is done to directly observe the pelvic organs for any structural abnormality.
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