Our rules playlist ♫

Music softens morals, but also the pain of menstruation ! So here is our playlist to soften your periods, there will be something for everyone. And we promise, no puns around blood: we won't make you listen to Sunday Bloody Sunday on repeat for a week!

We move even during menstruation

Yes we know we know, it is often very tempting to stay curled up in bed with your hot water bottle when you have your period. However, playing sports , or at least wiggling in rhythm, allows better blood circulation, which will have the effect of reducing pain in the lower abdomen. So here's a list of catchy tunes that will hopefully give you the energy and motivation to get your rear end moving.

If you like the frenzied rhythms of rock'n roll or the swing of old soul hits, you can enjoy:

  • Rock Around The Clock by Bill Haley

  • Sleigh Ride by The Ronettes

  • I Get Around by the Beach Boys

  • Hound Dog by Elvis Presley

  • Don't Stop Me Now by Queen

If pre-2000s music gives you pimples, we haven't forgotten you. This list should make you dance in spite of yourself:

  • Swalla by Jason Derulo

  • Mi Gente by J. Balvin

  • 16 Shots of Stefflon Don

  • Work Bitch by Britney Spears

  • DJ Snake's Taki Taki

Calm down !

During your period stress takes possession of your body and mind? Perhaps your hormones are in turmoil... Let's spare them with a little music! If you are looking for sweet and relaxing songs, while wanting to avoid at all costs the sad songs that will only turn your electric mood into deep melancholy, we have what you need! Listen with a comforting hot drink. Cozy atmosphere guaranteed!

  • Everyday by Buddy Holly

  • Oh My Love by John Lennon

  • Echoes of Pink Floyd

  • Vain of Gush

  • What A Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong

  • 74'-75' from The Connells

  • Life On Mars by David Bowie

  • Queen's Love Of My Life

  • Little Star by Stina Nordenstam

We fall asleep like a baby

Like some women, you may experience insomnia during your period. You are hot, then cold, and still hot, then hungry, then stomach ache… In short, sleep does not come!

ASMR, you know? Often compared to a brain orgasm, this very pleasant sensation located in the skull and along the spine (like a soft, relaxing tingling) is caused by sensory stimulation, most often auditory. This can be natural noises like the sound of rain or the sea, but also artificial noises like those of scissors or the rustling of paper. Results ? We feel very relaxed and we fall asleep like a baby.

Some people are unable to feel ASMR while others are almost addicted as the sensations felt are so soft… Science has not yet succeeded in determining the reason for this difference in sensitivity. In any case, it's worth trying to be sure not to miss an effective solution to relax. You can find audio tracks on all music players worthy of the name (Deezer, Spotify, Soundcloud, etc.) or videos on Youtube.

To your headphones!

By Emily