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How Menstrual Pain Affects One’s Mental Health

It is the mental health awareness month and society builders are trying to go “back to basics” and at the same time are trying to see the nexus between menstrual pains and the effect it has on a lady’s(woman’s) mental health.

We believe that we have gone beyond the stage where whenever ‘Mental Health’ is mentioned, people begin to think that it has to do with people in the psychiatrist or those roaming the street. Of course, mental health goes beyond that to mean all forms of emotional or psychological discomfort.

If we have gotten the simple elaboration above, then, we will know that most ladies especially feel very uncomfortable during their menses and it has a way of affecting their mental health. Some are easily irritable during this period while others prefer their privacy. The thing is, most ladies feel and act abnormally during menses and this can affect their mental health.

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There are cases where ladies are admitted to hospitals just because of the discomfort they have whenever they are on their periods. Some of these people are those who rarely fall sick, but menses makes them. At this point, most of them Kay says or does things out of the ordinary. We are not saying that the world should come to a stop because a lady is menstruating. We are only saying that we should understand and bear with them at that point.

Yes, during menses, there are bound to be irregularities in a woman’s or lady’s behavior. All we need to do is not take most of their actions to heart.

Again as society builders, we owe it as a duty to the younger girls to educate and guide them on how to manage menstrual discomforts and pains. It is good we teach them how to maintain all forms of hygiene and teach them abstinence from premarital sex. But since they are members of society, they must learn how to manage their menstrual crisis.

We, therefore, call on all society builders to take part in ensuring we make the world a better place by teaching what needs to be learned, reducing loneliness, and making sure we have a world of happier women and young girls who are true to themselves as well as this who will eagerly welcome every avenue of a Wholesome Society.

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It is the mental health awareness month and society builders are trying to go “back to basics” and at the same time are trying to see the nexus between menstrual pains and the effect it has on a lady’s(woman’s) mental health.

We believe that we have gone beyond the stage where whenever ‘Mental Health’ is mentioned, people begin to think that it has to do with people in the psychiatrist or those roaming the street. Of course, mental health goes beyond that to mean all forms of emotional or psychological discomfort.

If we have gotten the simple elaboration above, then, we will know that most ladies especially feel very uncomfortable during their menses and it has a way of affecting their mental health. Some are easily irritable during this period while others prefer their privacy. The thing is, most ladies feel and act abnormally during menses and this can affect their mental health.

READ MORE: NAFDAC Warns Against 365 Organic Creamy Caesar Dressing

There are cases where ladies are admitted to hospitals just because of the discomfort they have whenever they are on their periods. Some of these people are those who rarely fall sick, but menses makes them. At this point, most of them Kay says or does things out of the ordinary. We are not saying that the world should come to a stop because a lady is menstruating. We are only saying that we should understand and bear with them at that point.

Yes, during menses, there are bound to be irregularities in a woman’s or lady’s behavior. All we need to do is not take most of their actions to heart.

Again as society builders, we owe it as a duty to the younger girls to educate and guide them on how to manage menstrual discomforts and pains. It is good we teach them how to maintain all forms of hygiene and teach them abstinence from premarital sex. But since they are members of society, they must learn how to manage their menstrual crisis.

We, therefore, call on all society builders to take part in ensuring we make the world a better place by teaching what needs to be learned, reducing loneliness, and making sure we have a world of happier women and young girls who are true to themselves as well as this who will eagerly welcome every avenue of a Wholesome Society.

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