#WorldMenstrualHygieneDay

Poor menstrual hygiene is caused by lack of education, persisting taboos and poor sanitation facilities. (Photo credit: Representative image/Unsplash)

  • International Menstrual Hygiene Day (MH Day) is observed on May 28 every year
  • The MH Day was first observed in 2014
  • The vision of menstrualhygieneday.org is to create a world where no woman or girl is held back because she menstruates

.New Delhi, Delhi, India
May 28 is observed as Menstrual Hygiene Day. (Photo Credit: Representational Image/Unsplash))

  • Menstruation is one of the most significant process in a woman's life
  • This Menstrual Hygiene Day, we have some dos and don'ts that you must follow for a healthy period
  • Expert says those getting their periods for the first time must clear all their doubts beforehand by asking the right person

.New Delhi, Delhi, India
In the sea of problems facing the world, menstrual hygiene issues often get brushed under the carpet. (Photo Credit: Representational Image/ Unsplash)

  • Menstrual Hygiene issues have long been a taboo topic in the society
  • Spreading knowledge of proper menstrual hygiene practices is important 
  • On World Menstrual Hygiene Day, here is a list of 4 countries with women's health policies

.New Delhi, Delhi, India
On World Menstrual Hygiene Day 2021, let us know about the various asanas that experts believe help regulate the menstrual cycle. (Photo Credit: Unsplash)

  • Irregular periods can be caused due to factors like PCOS, uterine fibroids, medications etc
  • If happens frequently, one must consult their doctor immediately
  • According to Dr Dixa, yoga is a good way to ease menstrual cramps and irregular periods