In the last few years, I have changed a lot when it comes to my period.
I have been using tampons and pads for years, but the cramping was terrible.
I was ending up most of the time in the emergency room of my local hospital when I was younger.
Bye bye tampons and chemicals! Welcome menstrual cup!
So about three years ago, I got rid of tampons and pads, opting for the cup and cotton-reusable pads.
And I hit the jackpot.
I saved money, never ran out of tampons at the wrong moment and no more nasty leaks here and there during those days.
Honestly speaking, also the cramping part got way much easier to deal with.
Bringing to my attention how commercial tampons are really filled with toxic components.
And my post about the menstrual cup went viral here, on NewsBreak, and on Pinterest, where every day, at least ten people save my pin about it:
But, because there is always a but, sometimes I still had cramps here and there, especially on the first and second day.
When I take painkillers, I usually get very sleepy.
I am my own boss, so no one would say anything if I take a power nap.
But I dislike having to stop writing or producing content because of feeling sick.
I have been researching drug-free pain relievers for some months now, but karma wanted to reward me and crossed my path with the Australian brand Mira Pro.
And they sent me their device to test it out for you.
Mira Pro and getting rid of painkiller drugs.
I had the chance to try Mira Pro.
Mira Pro is a drug-free pain relief system designed for women who suffer from cramps.
The best thing about this device is that you can use it throughout the day.
You will feel comfortable as well in your clothes because of the way it works.
It is a tiny USB rechargeable system (I charged it using one of the USB ports of my iMac) that fits in the palm of your hand.
A fully charged battery lasts about eight hours and you can wear it under your clothes.
It comes with a cable to charge the device, a small bag to keep it, instructions and please read it, and a gel pad that you will have to apply on your lower back or on your belly.
The pad has two magnets, just like the device.
So it will just connect if you put them close.
Once you have it on, it is intuitive to use.
You just have to click on the M to turn it on or off, then use the plus and minus to regulate the intensity of the vibrations.
Easy peasy, lemon squeazy.
I used it for both belly cramps and backache, and it worked.
In about twenty minutes, I was pain-free and without taking a single pill.
On their website, you can read:
MIRA PRO WEBSITE
“The Mira Pro was designed to relieve primary menstrual pain (dysmenorrhoea).
But it is also effective in relieving secondary menstrual pain arising from conditions such as endometriosis, adenomyosis, fibroids, or PCOS.
The Mira uses pulse therapy to send gentle electrical signals into the painful area that stimulate the nerves, preventing them from transmitting pain signals to the brain. Basically, the Mira confuses your body, not allowing it to recognize the pain, but rather the electrical pulses.”
They offer 100 days money-back guarantee, but it is not necessary.
Because it works.
I am currently wearing it while I am writing this article, and in the past couple of days, I used it while cleaning my house.
It feels like having a new alliance amount in my period kit.
Plus, I am done taking medications for cramps.
So fewer chemicals in my body and more money in my pocket.
I know that an electronic device is not a panacea for all-period pain.
I still have headaches sometimes, but I don’t feel like they can’t be dealt with easily anymore.
It is just so much easier to deal with.
Especially when you suffer of Polycystic ovary syndrome or PCOS like me.
Having this device, means, for travelers like me, to have a solution for cramps right there.
You don’t have to worry anymore about bringing pills with you or asking on google what to ask at the pharmacy in the country you are visiting.
You have everything you need with this small device and its gel pads.