As a woman with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome an underlying problem of PCOS is a hormonal imbalance, most often in your Endocrine System. Addressing this problem first is very important. If you haven't had your thyroid checked I recommend doing so, as soon as possible. As many of your PCOS symptoms can be the same as a thyroid imbalance, but requires a different treatment plan.
My body (probably like yours) is very sensitive to any changes; especially eating unhealthy foods like sugar, caffeine, and alcohol; that impacts the overall well-being and balance in your body. I strive to eat healthy everyday as I feel the best when I'm eating a healthy balanced diet of fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, nuts, and complex carbohydrates.
A hormonal imbalance can be caused by countless sources, such as your environment, stress, glands or organs in your body, birth control pills. That's really just the beginning of what can cause a problem in our bodies. The slightest variation away from optimal functioning can impact your ability to conceive. If your hormones aren't balanced, your fertility may be impacted for several months or even years. As a woman with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome it is essential that you address this immediately!
The most success I've experienced in making sure I am balanced, has been a healthy diet, regular exercise, stress management, and acupuncture along with Chinese Herbs. Traditional Chinese Medicine was the answer I was looking for! It helped to balance all systems in my body. If each gland and organ is balanced, your blood and energy then flow at the ideal level for your body. Remember everyone's body is different; therefore, you need to find the treatment or various therapies that work for you!
Your hormones play a vitally important role in your well-being that it's so important to make sure ALL are functioning properly. Hormones also play a role in your mood, your emotions, and your attitude. That's why correcting any hormonal imbalance is essential, so you can enjoy your life everyday!
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