Polycystic ovaries disorder, also known as polycystic ovaries syndrome is a rising condition among many young girls of child baring age. Whilst the underlying cause of this condition has not yet been found, it is most likely that it occurs due to the unbalanced lifestyle and hormones. PCOD is the occurrence of ovarian cysts in the women’s ovaries that creates an imbalance in their hormones. PCOD is not just a physical health condition, but also mentally affects the person and can have. Major impact on fertility. It has several effects on the body such as excessive body hair, excessive weight gain, acne and bad skin, hair fall and more. All these symptoms in turn affect the confidence and self esteem of women worldwide.
Apart from this, the most common and difficult symptom to tackle is irregular menstrual cycles. In the long term, if not taken care of, PCOD can lead to making it hard to get pregnant. Although there are several medications found to tackle this condition, they don’t always work.
According to research, lifestyle changes can help in not just tackling the symptoms, but also in getting rid of the
cysts in your ovaries. Some of the most common lifestyle changes that can be incorporated are:
1) Be active – brisk walk at least 30 mins a day
2) Eat healthy food, avoid processed and sugary foods
3) Not just your body, your mind needs exercise too.
Relax your mind through yoga or meditation regularly. These simple steps go a long way in healing you body and mind, if practiced regularly. Without enough knowledge, people tend to look towards external medications for answers.