Acne can effect anybody in general that could be a result of carelessness or heredity. But very few know that acne is a major symptom of PCOD/PCOS. High levels of androgens in the body that cause PCOD result in acne.
The struggles are common to most of us but the hormonal imbalance in PCOD makes it more difficult. The mood swings, pain, obesity,etc are just few among the reasons.
You might be undergoing PCOD/PCOS and not know about it. With growing ill-habits and unhealthy lifestyles, PCOD is found to affect 1 out of every 5 women.
Anxiety and depression are not caused only by mental trauma and distress.
Irregular menstrual cycle could be the reason for constant mood swings and depression.
Some ways to get acne free skin
– Regular washes
– Keeping it oil free
– Healthy diet
– Balanced diet
– Stress management
Regular healthy diet and a healthy lifestyle are key for a acne free skin. Choose your lifestyle wisely, it effects your inner and outer self.
Infertility is a condition in which a woman is unable to bear a child due to various reasons and factors. The factors could be from the masculine or the feminine side. One of the reasons for infertility might be PCOD.
Pcod is a condition in which there is hormonal imbalance in the body. The excess production of male hormones in a female body lead to various results. Some of them are weight gain, hair loss, acne, infertility,etc.
The ovaries in a women’s body do not regularly ovulate and produce eggs. Hence it results in difficulty for pregnancy. A regular production of eggs is important for regular menstrual cycles. These make it easier for the woman to further reproduce in the future.
Although this condition isn’t hereditary, it cannot be completely cured. PCOD is controllable to a certain extent by a few simple and healthy ways. It is also important we don’t completely depend on medication and pills.
Don’t all of us just insanely love our hair? It’s a part of our identity, it depicts who we are. Styling it and taking care of it is what we love to do. But what if there is severe hairfall? This is a nightmare for most of us.
What causes it?
PCOD isn’t a single issue. It comes along with its various other sub-issues. One among them is hairfall. The simple reason behind the excessive hairfall in PCOD is male hormones. PCOD produces and releases a larger quantity of male hormones in our body, leading to facial hair growth or hairloss.
Medications and supplements can help reduce the effect but not completely put an end to it. Managing your lifestyle plays a major role in this. A healthy diet, stress management, sufficient sleep etc keeps our body intact and fit.
Other ways to control it
– Use less harmful hair products
– Oil and Massage your hair and scalp on a regular basis
– Manage your stress
– Don’t use the hairbrush too much
– Don’t use tight hair accessories
There are several issues and several medical ways to cure them, but choosing and living a healthy lifestyle prevents the diseases from happening in the first place.
Every 1 in 5 women in India suffer from PCOD. Among the various prominent signs and symptoms, the most prominent is weight gain. Unlike other issues,in PCOD weight gain is very unnatural and uncontrollable.
It is unnatural as the sufferer does not gain weight due to excess eating but due to harmones. The excess of male hormones releasing in the body leads to Weight gain.
Some ways to control weight gain.
– Regular walking
– Balanced diet
– Regular yoga
– Timely and nutritious meals
– Sound sleep
– Reducing stress
Avoid medications and adopt natural ways to treat PCOD. Natural ways tend to show better results and benefit the body. It is free of side effects unlike the medication and pills.
Medications and allopathy get the body accustomed to them which makes it difficult in the long run. Choosing a healthy lifestyle and diet benefits our life and body. Strengthening the immune system and making it stronger. Helping us to be healthy and disease-free.
PCOD might seem like a little issue today but it can have an impact on our entire life. Most people think PCOD is only related to irregular menstrual cycles, but there is so much more to it. Completely relying on only one symptom can delay the process of controlling your PCOD.
There are many signs and symptoms of PCOD and you need to look into your lives to see if you are experiencing any of these.
Irregular menstrual cycle
Increasing Hair fall
Unlike most disease that need surgical attention or medication, PCOD/PCOS is controllable by simple and mere changes in Lifestyle. The most common causes of PCOD are unhealthy eating habits, lack of exercise and increased levels of stress.
Healthy eating – You can take the first step to controlling your PCOD by changing your food habits. A balanced and nutritious diet can alter our health and wellness majorly. Dieting is mostly mistaken for starvation and fasting but it means to simply know the right intake of food in the right quantity.
Beginner’s exercise – To begin exercising is a hurdle for most of us. It is not only meant to lose weight or to workout excessively in a gym. Just taking a walk after a meal can help keep us fit and boost our energy.
Beauty Sleep – All of us have experienced a sleepless night but irregular sleep patterns for a prolonged period are not normal. Peaceful and sound sleep plays a very essential role in our lives as it has a direct impact on our mental balance, mood swings and stress levels.
Healthy Tip – A moment of peace in a noisy city can work like magic on our mental balance. Meditation not only creates mental and spiritual peace but also improves our health and immunity.
‘ A drop by drop makes a mighty ocean. ‘
A simple change, a healthy choice or a nutritious meal can bring drastic improvement in our overall wellness. It all depends on taking the first step and remaining focused.
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, then don’t ignore it.
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