Although the strongest cold wave has calmed down a little, the cold days will continue.
As a person with poor circulation, I work hard every day to take measures against cold.
Do you feel stiff shoulders, swelling, menstrual cramps, etc. when your body gets cold?
The upset may be due to the imbalance of female hormones caused by the cold.
When the body gets cold, ovarian function declines and hormone secretion cannot be regulated properly.
In order to maintain the balance of female hormones, it is important to take measures against cold and keep the body warm.
I would like to introduce three measures that I take on a daily basis.
1 Actively take ingredients that warm the body
There are various ingredients that warm the body, but ginger is the easiest to take and feel the immediate effect.
The recommendation is to add grated ginger to a warm drink such as soup or tea.
You can take it in quickly even in the morning when you don't have time, and it will warm you up.
2 Warm the uterus
Just by warming the abdomen and hips near the uterus, it will warm up from the inside of the body and increase female hormones.
When I find menstrual cramps painful, I try to put a warmer on my abdomen and back. It is recommended because it will relieve the pain.
3 Soak in the bathtub