New technology promises to shock away your menstrual pain
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Forget taking a pill for menstrual cramps, this device will get rid of them instead.
Livia is a new device that literally shocks your cramps away.
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By tuning into the wavelength frequency of your cramps, Livia stimulates nerve endings, blocking the pain from reaching your brain.
All you have to do is attach the device to your clothes, stick on the pads and turn Livia on. The device will do all the work and you can get through the day pain free.
Over 50 percent of women suffer from menstrual pain, but this device is proving that instant relief is possible.
You can order a Livia device on Indiegogo starting at $85.
Now that you have all that excess medication sitting around, find out other ways to use aspirin:
8 Surprising Ways To Use Aspirin Other Than Relieving Your Pain
Aspirin Use #1: Bathroom Cleaner
Forget expensive cleaning supplies! Aspirin actually has intense exfoliating powers when mixed into a paste.
The fact that it also help loosen clumps in your bloodstream means that it can also be used as an abrasive on soap scum.
Simply crush the aspirin up with a bit of water to form a paste, or dissolve in water to scrub grime out of your counters and tiles.
Aspirin Use #2: Facial Cleanser
There are plenty of properties in aspirin that are also good for your skin.
According to WedMD, aspirin is anti-inflammatory, meaning it will stop swelling and irritation in your body, which means it can reduce redness and irritation on your skin.
It also contains salicylic acid which is an incredibly important ingredient when fighting acne.
Aspirin Use #3: Stain Remover
Aspirin’s aforementioned salicylic acid can also be used to remove yellowy sweat stains from your shirt!
If left to sit on a stained area on your shirt, the aspirin will begin to break down the particles causing the weird color.
To make the stain-fighting solution, dissolve several aspirins in water and soak your shirt in it, or make a paste out of it to rub into the stain.
Aspirin Use #4: Color-Protecting Shampoo
Aspirin’s various properties also work to keep a chlorine-tinged hue out of your hair if it’s a lighter color, similarly to how it can get stains out of your clothes.
The salicylic acid also helps to balance the moisture level on your scalp if it is dry or flaky.
Simply dissolve around eight tablets into warm water and work it through your hair, then rinse off in 15 minutes.
Aspirin Use #5: Callus Smoother
Aspirin can also be beneficial to your feet. Its aforementioned exfoliating properties can break through dead skin and soften up your callouses.
Its anti-inflammatory properties can also kill fungus that may be causing irritation.
Dissolve around six tablets in warm water, soak your feet, then wrap them up in a warm towel.
Aspirin Use #6: Plant Fertilizer
All of aspirin’s great ingredients that protect your body from pain also help roses last longer.
According to Gardening Know How, plants produce their own salicylic acid when they are under stress, experiencing drought or being eating by bugs.
The added salicylic acid from aspirin makes the plants more vital and able to alive through ever more adversity.
Aspirin Use #7: Bug Bite Relief
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Aspirin’s anti-inflammatory ingredients also work well on itchy bug bites.
It will eat through any bacteria that could be building around the bit, while making sure the swelling goes down.
Making a paste or solution and adding it to the bit for a little while will reduce the symptoms greatly and make then heal more quickly.
Alternate Use #8: Hand Sanitizer
Finally, it can also be used to sanitize your hands; simply rub a solution all over your hands before washing off.