PMS Menstrual cramps and pain should not be a part of your menstrual cycle. Many years ago we recognized that your menstrual cycle should last for three days with no cramps and/or pain! The first and last day of your menstrual cycle should be spotting while the second day should be a light flow. There should be no menstrual cramps, discomfort or pain associated with any of the days of your menstrual cycle. If pain is part of your menstrual cycle, consider the topics below.
Stop PMS, Menstrual Cramps:
Yes, you can stop PMS menstrual cramps! How? With calcium and magnesium. Calcium and magnesium are needed to contract and relax muscles. Adding calcium magnesium before going to bed and at least once during the day can give your muscles what they need to contract and relax completely without cramping. Though you can get immediate relief, it may take up to 30 days of taking the calcium magnesium before the cramps are completely eliminated. Why? Because your body will be using the calcium magnesium for everything your body needs it for and not just to stop the cramps.
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