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3 things every woman with PCOD must do!

Updated: Nov 6, 2023

PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) is a hormonal disorder that affects many women of reproductive age. Women with PCOS may have irregular or prolonged menstrual cycles, as well as high levels male hormone androgens. Some may have regular periods and yet still develop PCOD.

PCOS’s exact cause is unknown but it is usually genetically present and lifestyle choices aggravate it further.

Early detection and management, as well as weight loss, can help to lower the risk of long-term problems like type 2 diabetes, and hypertension, certain cancers and heart disease.

Here’s how you can manage PCOS with some easy lifestyle changes-

1. Maintain a Healthy Weight and Waist Weight loss can help restore ovulation and hormone levels as well as lower insulin and androgen levels. Usually doctors prescribe birth control pills to restore missed mensuration for PCOD sufferers. However that is just treating the symptom not addressing the root cause.

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2. Manage Carbohydrate Intake

Insulin levels are steeply raised by low fiber, high-carbohydrate diets. To increase satiety of food as well as the time taken to breakdown of food into glucose choose natrual complex carbohydrates like potatoes, sweet potatoes, oats, rice instead of chips, breads and pastas. Complex carbohydrates take longer to elevate your blood sugar levels due to their fibre content.

3. Exercise Exercise aids in the reduction of blood sugar levels. If you have PCOS, increasing your daily activity and engaging in a regular exercise program especially strength training which makes muscles more insulin sensitive can help you manage your weight and avoid diabetes by treating or preventing insulin resistance.

You can prevent the more serious symptoms and complications of PCOS by adhering to a healthy and active lifestyle. Navigating the path to fitness and health with PCOD can be difficult but it is isn't impossible! These three things will surely help in managing this ever prevalent condition well!

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