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How is our menstrual cycle affected during the summer?

During the summer, our menstrual cycle can experience a number of changes due to the higher temperatures and adjustments to our daily routines. Summers can bring with them an increase in menstrual flow, as the heat dilates the blood vessels and increases circulation. This can cause the flow to be heavier and flow more easily.

Heat can also intensify menstrual symptoms, such as bloating, fatigue and mood swings. These effects are usually temporary and tend to subside as the body adjusts. Remembering to stay hydrated, eating a balanced diet and taking gentle to moderate exercise can help your body regulate itself more easily during this time.

In addition, changes in summer routines, such as new sleeping and resting habits, can create extra stress, especially for women who have a very structured routine the rest of the year. This stress can disrupt the menstrual cycle and cause temporary delays.

It is important to listen and respond to your body's needs during the summer to help it maintain its usual hormonal and physical balance.

This summer, don't stay at home, follow the little tips and try out the new range of bathing products that will work wonders for you.

Have a great summer!

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