Does drinking less water increase period pain? Know what experts say

Effect Of Dehydration On Periods: Staying hydrated is necessary in every situation because it is necessary to have the right amount of water in the body to reduce the body properly. Especially in the summer season, if there is a slight lack of water, then complaints related to stomach, headache, disturbances in digestion, dizziness and its clear effect is also seen on the skin. Not only this, women may have to face a lot of problems due to drinking less water during their periods. We are not saying this, but experts believe so. Experts say that it is very important for women to stay hydrated during periods. If women do not drink the right amount of water during periods, then it has a direct effect on blood flow and period pain. Apart from this, if you are going through heavy flow and there is a lack of water in your body, then you may feel even more weak, Dr. Deeksha Bhavsar has given information about this by sharing a post on her Instagram account. Come let’s know what problems can be caused by drinking less water during periods.

What problems can be caused by drinking less water during periods

1.If you drink less water during periods, then your period pain may increase, due to which you may feel discomfort.

2.If you drink less water during periods, it can increase the air element in your body, due to which period pain can increase.

3.When you drink less water, it reduces the blood flow to your uterus, due to which the cramps increase.

4.Drinking less water during periods can cause problems like bloating, weakness, headache, body pain, dizziness.

 

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Expert Opinion

1.Drinking at least 8 to 10 glasses of water on the days of periods helps fight bloating and items. This cleans up your system.

2.Try whenever you drink water, drink only lukewarm water. This can give relief from pain.

3.If you want, you can drink nutrient-rich liquid intake like vegetable and fruit juices, you will also feel better. Weakness will not appear.

4.According to experts, your urine should be crystal clear, it should not have any kind of smell, if the urine is yellow and it smells, then understand that you need to drink water< /p>

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