When it comes to being a woman, we find that there are monthly routines that we do in order to make those monthly pains a little more bearable. Like many women, I learned ways to make the days leading up to and during my period a little easier from my mom. I can remember drinking chamomile tea, eating some chocolate and painting nails during that time of the month. We also had heating pads and wrote in journals when it came to emotional aspect that some teen girls my find to be hard to deal with. I found these tactics helped when it came to some of the discomforts that can come with a period, and have found that for me being a mother to a teen, I take some of those tips and tricks that my mom shared with me and my sister with my own daughter. The thing is when it comes to the pains, they might not be in just one particular area of the body, sometimes we get headaches and even back pain that goes along with those menstrual cramps. So along with using some of the tips and tricks my mom used with me growing up, I also include the Advil® Menstrual Pain in the mix with my own teen.
See when we add Advil® Menstrual Pain to help with easing that menstrual pain, we can also relieve the headaches and back pain as well. I like that when it comes to that time of the month, that I can head to my local Walmart, where I can pick up some of the Advil® Menstrual Pain along with other products we might need or want to add to those monthly pain survival kits for that time of the month. The Advil® Menstrual Pain products can be found in the pharmacy department in the pain relief aisle.
I found that when it comes to adding the Advil® Menstrual Pain when we are having menstrual pains, back pains, and headaches that can all be associated with that time of the month, that we are using the #1 doctor recommended brand for menstrual pains. I can also appreciate that with the Advil® Menstrual Pain, that it targets the cause of menstrual cramps and discomfort and can help to relieve pain for up to 6 hours! Another plus is that the tablets are easy to swallow, caffeine free and antihistamine free, making so when it is that time of the month and my daughter and I go for the Advil® Menstrual Pain we can say, "What monthly pain?"!
So as you prepare to get your daughter ready to take on her first steps into womanhood, be sure to add Advil® Menstrual Pain to the mix and also check out this fun monthly pain survival kit that I enjoy making for my own daughter!
For the monthly pain kit:
I use products that can help with both comfort and emotions.
- I like to add a journal for my daughter to write down feelings, thoughts and frustrations to help sort through the emotional aspect that hormones can throw at a girl during that time of the month.
- Chamomile tea to help soothe and calm the nerves
- Nail polish, because a fresh coat can make you feel better.
- A bar of chocolate or my daughters favorite candy
- Pads or tampons
- Travel size bottle of my daughters favorite lotion
- Peppermint rice pack which helps to soothe and also relax you
- Advil® Menstrual Pain.
I like to make the rice packs with my daughter. This helps to pass the time, is a fun project for us to do together, and can be relaxing to make. With the peppermint rice packs they are good for giving a soothing and relaxing heating pad that is great for having during that time of the month! You can get the info on making a rice pack with your daughter below:
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