How to Relieve

Menstrual Cramp Pain

Over 81% of women have menstrual pain, some have it every period and others only occasionally.
In up to 20% of women, the pain is so severe that it keeps them from daily activities.

Abdominal cramps don't need to be part of your life!
Try these options for soothing pain relief.

1

TheraPearl Hot
and Cold Therapy

Clinical studies have shown that heat therapy is more effective than acetaminophen and as effective as ibuprofen for treating cramp pain. TheraPearl packs offer drug-free pain relief. The packs are easy to heat in the microwave for fast, relaxing heat. Each pack can also be frozen for cold therapy and reused as needed making this an economical solution for all of your pain and injury problems.


Super useful for rock climbers
I've been using it for over 2 weeks now and noticed how much it has helped my wrist/grip. I rock climb and using it for a warm up/cool down has been great depending on how strong of a resistance I want. Great daily use.
- Erik, Amazon Customer


Super useful for rock climbers
I've been using it for over 2 weeks now and noticed how much it has helped my wrist/grip. I rock climb and using it for a warm up/cool down has been great depending on how strong of a resistance I want. Great daily use.
- Erik, Amazon Customer

2

ThermaCare Air-
Activated Heat Wraps

Menstrual pain shouldn’t keep you from your daily activities. ThermaCare wraps can be worn under your clothing for eight hours of discreet heat therapy. You can wear one while on-the-go or relaxing. Each wrap is individually sealed and begins to warm up when exposed to air, providing you soothing heat.

3

Digital Moist
Heating Pad

Moist heat is another option for pain relief. The moisture keeps your skin from getting dry, a common side effect from traditional heating pads. A digital monitor makes it easy to adjust the heat temperature and time as needed.

4

Lavender Essential Oil

Clinical research shows that lavender aromatherapy and lavender oil massage both relieve dysmenorrhea (menstrual cramp pain). This bottle of lavender essential oil can be used as is, added to a diffuser, or mixed into your favorite lotion or cream. It’s 100% pure, undiluted, and excellent for personal use to relieve painful cramps.

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References
Akin, M. D., Weingand, K. W., Hengehold, D. A., Goodale, M. B., Hinkle, R. T., & Smith, R. P. (2001, March). Continuous low-level topical heat in the treatment of dysmenorrhea. Retrieved from http://bit.ly/2CjgSdU
Akin, M., Price, W., Rodriguez, J. R., Erasala, G., Hurley, G., & Smith, R. P. (2004, September). Continuous, low-level, topical heat wrap therapy as compared to acetaminophen for primary dysmenorrhea. Retrieved from http://bit.ly/2CiAr5U
Bakhtshirin, F., Abedi, S., YusefiZoj, P., & Razmjooee, D. (2015, Jan. & feb.). The effect of aromatherapy massage with lavender oil on severity of primary dysmenorrhea in Arsanjan students. Retrieved from http://bit.ly/2CiboQw
Grandi, G., Ferrari, S., Xholli, A., Cannoletta, M., Palma, F., Romani, C., Volpe, A., & Cagnacci, A. (2012, June). Prevalence of menstrual pain in young women: what is dysmenorrhea?. Retrieved from http://bit.ly/2G9M1kS
Nikjou, R., Kazemzadeh, R., Rostamnegad, M., Moshfegi, S., Karimollahi, M., & Salehi, H. (2016, July & aug.). The Effect of Lavender Aromatherapy on the Pain Severity of Primary Dysmenorrhea: A Triple-blind Randomized Clinical Trial. Retrieved from http://bit.ly/2pPw6Vs