There are many reasons why you may want your period to start sooner. Maybe you’re tired of PMS and ready for it to come as soon as possible. Perhaps you’re going on vacation next week and you want it to be over by then. A more serious reason may be that you’re worried you may be pregnant, and you just want proof you aren’t. Unfortunately, there is no surefire way to induce your period. It’s a natural process that isn’t under your control. However, certain lifestyle choices like reducing stress, eating vitamin C and using herbs can prime your body to begin menstruating as normal.
1. Take A Birth Control Pill
If you’re on the Pill, you can totally manipulate when you’ll get your period and when you won’t. If you want to get your period sooner, then just switch to your placebo pills. If you want to skip your period all together, go straight into the hormonal pills instead of taking your placebos the week you’re supposed to.
2. Try Some Physical Exercise
It is a common misconception that exercise will cause a heavy and more painful period. In fact it can help to relieve a lot of menstrual discomfort and also induce a late period. You don’t have to go over the top either. Try half an hour of aerobic exercise, such as brisk walking, or walking up and down stairs. You could try going swimming – just make sure you are wearing a tampon! Some women find that abdominal exercise works for them, like sit ups. Alternatively you could look into yoga exercise options.
There are some herbs that can be helpful in making women’s menstruation come faster. Some herbs that you can take are ginger and also parsley. The main reason why this is very helpful is because the uterus can expand so this will cause menstruation to come. Taking in some herbs can also balance out the hormonal imbalances that might be causing the delay in period.
* Prepare the tea made with ginger or parsley.
* Take it in the morning and take it again at night until your period is induced.
4. Sexual Intercourse
When you have sexual intercourse, the blood flow to your vagina is increased which stimulates it to contract. So when your vagina relaxes afterwards it triggers the shedding of the uterine lining, which brings on your period. Now there’s a handy trick! Just make sure you go the toilet and don’t fall straight asleep if you’re expecting sex to trigger your period, or you may end up with a mess in the bed!
5. Reduction Of Stress
One of the main reasons why you may be having problems with your menstruation right now might be because you are too stressed. In order to prevent being stressed all the time, think of things that you can do to help relieve stressful feelings.
6. Weight Loss
A lot of people are not aware that gaining weight can also cause menstruation to become less frequent. If you would lose weight, you can be sure that you would also start getting your menstruation. Also do remember that if you have lost weight, you can also be healthier overall.