Men on menstruation

To remove the taboo, Lyvefresh Ananda a social initiative started by Jigar Parekh, Chairman and Nikita Gala Parekh, Training Director launches an ad campaign #MenTalksOnMenstruation across the social media.

It is been the need of an hour in India that men should be educated about menstrual issues of women and also the solution of the issues through eco-friendly ways. Once men across the country would start to talk about it in their own house with their wife, sister, daughters we would solve more than 50% of the issues faced by women during menstrual days. Even in urban areas where men believes that they carry a social status symbol but its not, as in day to day life every decision in the family regarding shopping, education, holiday, etc. are approved by men but even after being highly educated, still they feel shy on talking about menstruation.

We at Lyvefresh ANANDA have taken a step ahead to promote menstrual hygiene by creating free workshops dedicated for men rather focusing on women only. We aim to organize these workshops in urban and rural India to create a support for every women or girl in India and have better lifestyle.

What will we achieve ?

To help women for adopting better menstrual hygiene.

To save the nature from unwanted sanitary waste coming every year.

To save the cost of menstruation Upto 90% within 5 years.

So, Stop using sanitary pads

Health disadvantages of sanitary pad

  • Inflammation in pelvic region
  • Cancer in ovaries
  • Damaged immune system
  • Hormonal dysfunction
  • Vaginal allergies
  • Rashes
  • Bad odour

Harming the nature with sanitary waste

  • 11,30,00,000 Kilo of sanitary waste comes in the landfills of India every year
  • 1 Sanitary pads takes around 800 years to decompose
  • Sanitary waste harms wild life
  • Sanitary waste harms the marine life once reaches the ocean.
  • Sanitary waste releases harmful chemicals if not disposed with standard procedure.
  • Bad odour

Presenting reusable “Menstrual Cup”

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