How to get periods on time? Natural Home Remedies & food to eat to Regulate your Cycle – India Times

Ask any woman and she’d tell you how annoying periods are. There is absolutely no escape when it’s that time of the month. With all the discomfort of flow and pain, periods can be  traumatizing. And with irregular periods there’s added stress.

The average menstrual cycle is 28 days, but this can vary from woman to woman, and month to month. If your periods come every 24 to 38 days also, they are still considered irregular.

If the time between periods keeps changing and your periods come earlier or later, it is considered irregular.

However, there is cure for everything and no we are not talking about you taking medicines but some home remedies that’ll help you regularise your periods.

1. regulates menstrual flow as it helps contract muscle fibres in the uterus.

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2. Use in any form. You can mix in milk and drink. The warmth of turmeric helps in balancing hormones. 

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3. promotes menstruation and hence is good when dealing with delayed or scanty periods.

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4. Take two spoons of and soak it over night. Drink it with water. Cumin seeds, also known as jeera has a contracting effect on the uterus which helps trapped blood flow.

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5. Extract fresh gel and mix in one teaspoon of honey. Consuming it before breakfast will regularise your periods.

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6. Another one is or juice. Having it twice a day will regulate menstrual cycles and will also reduce menstrual pain.

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7. Jaggery, which is also called gur in Hindi and is packed with iron and minerals. Eat one piece after every meal.

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8. Boil one teaspoon of in two cups of water and strain the seeds from the liquid. Drinking this mixture will help in regulating your cycle.

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9. Eat grapes. too contain iron and help curing irregular periods caused due to anaemia.

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10. Having which is rich in calcium, potassium, proteins and vitamin B complex, it aids hormone secretion, thus helping cure irregular periods.

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