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Understanding Your Period

The first step to owning your period is to understand it better. Menstruation is a normal part of your reproductive cycle. Your period happens when the uterus sheds its lining of blood, tissue, and mucus. It can last between three to seven days and can happen every 21 to 35 days. Understanding your cycle can help you anticipate changes in your mood, energy levels, and sleep patterns.

Self-Care During Your Period

Self-care during your period is key to your happiness and well-being. Don’t push yourself too hard, take some time off work, or school if needed. Take hot baths, get enough rest, and stay hydrated. Eating healthy foods can help ease symptoms like bloating, cramps, and headaches. Exercise regularly, as recommended by your doctor to help reduce stress and boost your mood.

Embracing Menstrual Products

There are various menstrual products to choose from like tampons, pads, menstrual cups, and period panties. Finding the right menstrual products is essential for your comfort and well-being during your period. Don’t forget that menstrual products are not one size fits all, don’t be afraid to try different ones until you find the right one for you. Comfort should be your top priority, and you shouldn’t let anyone make you feel embarrassed about your choice of menstrual products.

Period Positivity

It’s time to break away from the shame surrounding periods and embrace period positivity. Being open and honest about your period can spur confidence as you stand up for yourself and other women, to do the same. This will also educate others and help them understand that periods aren’t a sickness, lack of hygiene, or impure. Spread periods positivity and help end period poverty by donating to organizations that provide menstrual products to women who can’t afford them.

Tracking Your Cycle

Tracking your period is as simple as jotting down the start and end date of your cycle. Nowadays, there are period tracker apps that can help you keep a record of your menstrual cycle. Tracking your period can help you anticipate your cycle and symptoms, as well as fertility periods if you’re planning to conceive. Tracking can also help you identify if something’s wrong with your menstrual cycle, and seek medical advice if needed.

Menstruation is a natural part of your cycle that should be embraced with positivity and power. Understanding your period, taking care of yourself, embracing menstrual products, spreading positivity, and tracking your cycle are all ways to own your monthly flow. As you start to take control, you can begin to see your period as a source of strength and power, not just a monthly burden. Let’s continue to break the taboo around periods and embrace the power within us.

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