Aside from the pain, periods can cause mood swings, a sluggish feeling and lowered motivation.
The effect is a chocolate bar that not only gives us that delicious chocolatey feel-good hit, but that also works to create a soothing effect on our cramping bodies. Sadly the chocolate is only in the crowdfunding stages at the moment, so if you fancy trying out its magical period pain zapping powers for yourself you might just have to invest.
Period pain is, well, a pain. Just as long as they don’t do it on Facebook that is. The social media platform dolled out a 24 hour ban to one folk singer from Melbourne who wrote a status about suffering from period pain and needing the painkiller drug, codeine to help ease it.
The stickers send pulses that stimulate the nerves, blocking pain receptors and preventing pain messages from travelling to the brain. Period pain be gone. The gadgets makers claim it works faster than painkillers [Photos: Indiegogo/livia] The gadget’s makers claim it works even faster than painkillers, is super safe and doesn’t cause users any side effects.