How to Get Periods Fast

Waiting for your periods can be quite agonizing especially if you have a big event coming up! Getting your period on time or a bit early can prove really helpful in those cases. In today’s post, let’s find out about some easy home remedies to get periods fast. If you want to know, then just keep on reading.

How to Get Periods Fast

1. Pineapple

Pineapple is one of the most cited ‘period-inducing’ foods as it generate heat in your body, especially in your pelvic region. Pineapple is also known to increase red and white blood cells, which increases blood flow and can make your period heavier. So, you can have a bowl full of freshly cut pineapple to induce your periods.

2. Vitamin C

Yellow pills forming shape to C alphabet on wood background

Vitamin C can elevate your estrogen levels and lower progesterone levels. This, in turn, causes the uterus to contract and the lining of the uterus to break down, leading to the onset of menstruation. You can have foods rich in vitamin C like citrus fruits like oranges, kiwi and green vegetables.

3. Parsley

Parsley contains high levels of vitamin C and curly leaf of parsley and flat-leaf contain substances myristicin and apiol that are believed to contract the uterus slightly and ultimately inducing periods. You can have parsley tea. To make parsley tea, simply pour a cup of boiling water over a couple tablespoons of fresh parsley and allow it to steep for about five minutes before drinking.

4. Ginger

Women having Ginger

Ginger is a traditional remedy for inducing periods and is believed to cause uterine contractions. Drinking ginger tea 2-3 times a day starts menstrual bleeding in a few days thus causing the period to come earlier than its usual time. You just need to boil a fresh piece of peeled, sliced ginger in a pan of water for five to seven minutes. Strain the tea and add honey or sugar to taste before drinking.

5. Turmeric

Turmeric is an another traditional remedy. Turmeric increases the heat in the uterus and is an emmenagogue, which means that it helps stimulate blood flow to the uterus, thus inducing early periods. You can add it to your curries or have it in the form of beverage. To turn it into a drink, add one teaspoon turmeric in 1 cup of water. Spice with lemon and honey, and then pour over ice cubes and drink up.

6. Coffee

Cup of cafe' latte with coffee beans and cinnamon sticks

Coffee contains caffeine and has estrogen stimulating properties and estrogen helps in regulating your menstrual cycle, and thus, cause your periods to occur earlier than expected. You can have 2 cups a day to induce your periods.

7. Black Cohosh

It is a medicinal herb which comes from North America and has been famous for the treatment of all kinds of problems in the female reproductive system. It is said to help tone the uterus and promote the shedding of the uterine lining thus inducing periods. Although, it is not recommended for people who are on blood pressure or heart medications or who have a history of liver problems.

8. Warm Compress or Bath

A warm bath can do wonders for relaxing tight muscles and relieving emotional stress. The heat relaxes the abdominal muscles, and thus stimulates the flow of blood from the uterus. You can also apply a hot compress in the lower abdomen region to start the menstrual cycle before its natural starting point and thus allowing the period to come faster.

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