So, ladies are you dealing with some of the hormonal issue, every month are you always worried… thinking that what’s wrong with you or you are pregnant? Well, well, well all the ladies and girlies you all need to put all your worries set aside as here in this piece we bring to you some of the useful tips as how you can deal with your problems. 

But for that you need to understand what exactly Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is? 

It is a condition that affects a female’s hormone levels. In this case, the woman tends to produce high levels of male hormones which imbalances the maintenance of her body which thus result in skipping the menstrual cycle and later on in the future there are high risks over such ladies to conceive. The state causes a female to get facial hair growth, heavy body and sometimes even baldness, diabetes, and heart problems as well. In short, the eggs of female does not get ovulate properly, which contributes in producing higher levels of male hormones. The symptom is generally seen from the ladies ageing in between the age of 15 to 44. Also, it is said that PCOS can be a hereditary. Also, the natural insulin produced in the body can affect such imbalances.

Symptoms 

  1. Irregular periods 
  2. Heavy bleeding 
  3. Acne 
  4. Too much of headache 
  5. Facial hair growth 
  6. Hair fall/ baldness 
  7. Darkening of the skin 


So, to avoid such problems one can take some of the dietary tips under consideration such as:- 

  1. High-fiber foods such cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts
  2. Greens, including red leaf lettuce and arugula and green and red peppers
  3. Beans and lentils
  4. Almonds
  5. Berries
  6. Sweet potatoes
  7. Winter squash
  8. Pumpkin
  9. Lean protein sources like tofu, chicken, and fish don’t provide fiber but are very filling and a healthy dietary option for women with PCOS.
  10. Tomatoes
  11. Kale
  12. Spinach
  13. Almonds and walnuts
  14. Olive oil
  15. Fruits, such as blueberries and strawberries
  16. Fatty fish high in omega-3 fatty acids, such as salmon and sardines


Foods to avoid

  1. Foods high in refined carbohydrates, such as white bread and muffins
  2. Sugary snacks and drinks
  3. Inflammatory foods, such as processed and red meats
  4. Refined carbohydrates cause inflammation, exacerbate insulin resistance, and should be avoided or limited significantly. 


Other lifestyle changes to be consider

Many experts agree that at least 150 minutes per week of exercise is ideal.
Stress reduction techniques, which help calm the mind and let you connect with your body, can help. These include yoga and meditation. The butterfly pose is beneficial for the same. 
Speaking with a therapist or other medical professional may also be beneficial.

So, now we gave you an alarm tone, stay alert and be happy. 

PCOS – Polycystic Ovary Syndrome – a curse for all the females!