While we all think it to be common to experience menstrual cramps, it is actually not okay to tolerate the pain without doing anything about it. Many women bury their pain under responsibilities and chores and move on in their daily work every month despite having the bone-breaking pain.
Menstrual cramps are common. Along with cramps several women experience nausea, vomiting, headaches, and diarrhea during menstruation.
Sometimes these pains are tolerable and do not affect the individual much, or may be because the person gets used to the pain over several months, some other times the pain shoots up to a higher level.
It gets difficult to carry out normal activities during menstruation days when one is experiencing severe cramps.
There are several home remedies that can actually help get immediate relief from menstrual cramps: