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Actually, the physical condition of women is the problem, because during menstruation the body’s condition will become tired more easily.
Every woman’s body is different in dealing with menstruation, there are those who feel moderate pain, there are also those who feel the pain and can’t sleep.
Many women ask questions about menstruation. Then what are the tips for climbing mountains during menstruation or menstruation to be safe and of course comfortable?
1. Know Your Physical and Body Abilities
Health and physical strength are paramount when you climb mountains. First you have to understand your physical condition.
If you are on your period, usually the aches and pains can make you sleep poorly. Before climbing make sure you are in strong physical condition. If you are physically weak and tired easily, you should give up climbing the mountain.
Do not be forced to climb mountains, because the condition of your body is strong or not, you know and understand very well.
2. Bring Bandages Wherever and Whenever
You Need You have to be able to estimate how many days it will take when you climb to a certain mountain, this estimate can help you in managing enough dressing and you won’t be short.
Bring 5 to 10 pads for the climb which takes approximately 2 to 4 days. It is okay to carry lots of pads, they are light and do not add significant weight to your carrier bag.
Bandages that are wide and long will be more comfortable to use when you climb mountains.
3. Do not forget to drink enough water
Climbing a mountain during menstruation or menstruation is expected to always drink enough water. Drinking water can help relieve aches and pains, it’s better not just plain water mixed with sweeteners.
Apart from relieving pain, plain water can also prevent your body from getting dehydrated.
4. Always Carry Blood Enhancing Supplements
A first aid kit is very important to bring when you are doing activities in nature, especially when climbing mountains. Fill the first aid kit with medicines and equipment for treating wounds such as gauze, red medicine and others.
Climbing a mountain requires extra energy and feeling tired, especially when we are menstruating our energy becomes drained faster. When you have your period, you will lose more blood which results in feeling tired.
This blood booster supplement can help you so you don’t feel weak and get tired quickly.
5.Tell your group that you are menstruating
Be honest with your friends that you are menstruating or have your period, no problem to tell.
Your group will surely understand that a woman who is menstruating will feel tired and sick, so your friends will surely wait faithfully if you are slow in walking.
If your tiredness comes, rest as often as possible. The information above is very important for those of you who like natural activities such as climbing mountains.
That way, risks and life-threatening events can be avoided when doing mountain climbing activities. Look for as much information as possible, knowledge is everywhere and easy to access, it’s up to us whether we want to seek the knowledge or not.
Hopefully this information can be useful knowledge for you.