Period Playlist

The period playlist you need

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The ‘time of the month’ can get stressful for various reasons and mood swings is just one of them. You can go from happy-go-lucky, ecstatic to a downright fit. Or you may just be one of those lucky women who doesn’t undergo mood swings. Either way we think music could do anyone on their period some good. You know what they say about mood lighting. Now, what about some mood music? A playlist to get you through your period?

Here, we’ve curated some mood music for your different moods during your flow days. A period playlist just for you:

For those ‘I could rip a teddy bear apart’ sort of days

All of us have those days were your flow is the heaviest (Click here to customize your packs per your flow) or cramps are unbearable and you just can’t take it anymore. You want to scream your lungs out. We say channel all that anger by listening to some sick beats and head banging to it. Here are some tunes:

Mumbai Dance – Nucleya

Just in case you wanted to scream into a pillow to visarjan beat infused EDM.

I hate everything about you – Three Days Grace

The title says it all.

The way I am – Eminem

Take out all that frustration with this song.

In the end – Linkin park

Keep this one as the finale for all your pent-up anger.

For those sober, ‘why me?’ sort of days

Ever had those days when you’ve started crying watching a movie or reading a quote on your Instagram feed? We have too. We suggest these songs that you could use as background scores while you cry your eyes into a tissue:

Bleeding love – Leona Lewis

We completely agree with Ashton Kutcher from ‘No strings Attached’ on this one. It perfectly describes our uterus as well as our mental state.

Make you feel my love – Adele

Adele. Enough said.

Tadap tadap ke is dil – KK, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam

We’re already sobbing. Are you?

Bhare naina – Nandini Srikar, Ra One

The perfect background score if you want to cry looking out of a window.

Abhi mujh mein kahin – Sonu Nigam, Agneepath

Sonu Nigam’s voice and the feel of the song is sure to make you drown in a pool of your tears.

For those OMG! ‘We’re almost at the finish line’ sort of days

The heaviest of flows have subsided and the end of your period is near. You can’t contain your excitement, so here are some tunes to tap your feet to.

Happy – Pharrell Williams

It’s called happy, isn’t that reason enough to brighten your day?

Hakuna Matata – Ernie Sabella, Jason Weaver and Nathan Lane, Lion King

It means no worries…

Aashiyan – Shreya Ghoshal, Nikhil Paul George, Barfi

Just a cutesy, feel good song.

Jaane kyun – Vishal Dadlani, Dostana

Grab a friend for this one.

Cake by the ocean – DNCE

Jam out in your car or the beach, it’s bound to make you feel good.

For those ‘Yes! It’s finally over’ sort of days

So, your period has finally come to an end and everything is bliss. We present calming music and some victory songs you can groove to after your period.

Jai Ho – Sukhwinder Singh, Vijay Prakash, Tanvi Shah, Slumdog millionaire

Celebrate your victory of braving through yet another time of the month.

Who run the world – Beyonce

We can do everything bleeding. Period.

But of course, these were some of our suggestions. Do you have a playlist that helps calm you on your periods? If you do, feel free to leave yours in the comments, so we can swap some mood songs during our mood swings.

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