Physiological pain is also common in our daily lives. While paying attention to its harmfulness, it is also important to pay attention to reasonable cooking in daily life. Patients with physiological pain should also choose reasonable dietary therapies based on their own situation.
Cooking methods for physiological pain
1. Taking painkillers: At the beginning of physiological pain, women can take painkillers with milk and food. The painkillers take effect after about 20-30 minutes and last for 12 hours. This method is not recommended for long-term use.
2. Moxibustion method: Select acupoints such as Sanyinjiao and Zusanli, hang the moxa stick at a height of about 3cm from the acupoint, and ensure local warmth without burns. Each acupoint lasts for about 10-15 minutes, causing skin redness and dizziness
3. Massage method: Rub the palms of both hands until fever occurs, and massage the lower abdomen of the navel in a clockwise direction for about 200 times. Or massage the Zusanli and Sanyinjiao acupoints for 1 minute each.
4. Hot compress method: Hot compress on the lower abdomen can help alleviate uterine spasms, promote abdominal blood circulation, and relieve dysmenorrhea. Heating with heated traditional Chinese medicine can promote blood circulation, unblock collaterals, and provide better ventilation and pain relief.
5. Acupuncture and moxibustion: The analgesic effect is fast, and acupuncture and moxibustion can be used. acupuncture and moxibustion is the fastest, and acupuncture is the best time before or during the onset of dysmenorrhea. The selection of acupoints is mainly based on the Spleen Meridian, including Blood Sea, Earthly Mechanism, and San Yin Jiao, with needle retention for 1 hour. Once a day, 1-3 times can relieve pain. A three month menstrual cycle can cure.
6. Soak in a mineral bath: Add 1 cup of sea salt and sodium bicarbonate to a warm water bath. Soak for 20 minutes to help relax muscles and relieve menstrual pain.
7. Leaf foot soaking: Leaf foot soaking is safe and gentle, starting one week before menstruation and soaking for 30 minutes every day until sweating occurs.
8. Yoga practice: Yoga also has a soothing effect. for instance. Kneel down and sit on your heels. Place your forehead on the ground and extend your arms to both sides of your body. Maintain this position until you feel down.
Dietary therapy for dysmenorrhea
1. Menstrual calcium supplementation: Research has found that calcium supplementation during menstruation can alleviate dysmenorrhea, so it is recommended to eat more high calcium foods, drink some hot milk, or eat more fish during menstruation to supplement calcium. However, it is also important to pay attention to the supplementation of magnesium and vitamins, as this can promote calcium absorption.
2. Ginger Juice Brown Sugar Water: This is a relatively simple method. Nowadays, ginger juice brown sugar is sold. Just use this to directly boil water and you can drink it. If you want to make it yourself, you can cook a small piece of dried ginger and two pieces of brown sugar in cold water. After the water boils, continue cooking for about three minutes, drink one cup at a time, and continue for three to five days to relieve menstrual abdominal pain.