Natural treatments for PCOS

Many women questions me, whether it is a natural treatment for PCOS that works.  To answer this question, it is first important to explore what is exactly PCOS.  Poly cystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) refers to multiple cysts on the ovaries. Current estimate there are about 1 in 8, or half 1 million Australian women childbearing age suffer from PCOS, which puts it well on the road, to qualify as an epidemic.  The good news is that there are natural treatment for PCOS that works.

It is as important as early as possible to the diagnosis and treatment of PCOS, if left untreated, can lead to diabetes, high cholesterol and increases the risk of endometrial cancer and coronary heart disease.

What are the symptoms of PCOS?

There are a number of symptoms that indicate PCOS. You may:

  • Stop ovulation or ovulation is rare
  • You have problems with the pregnant
  • Experience excess hair on the face and body
  • suffer from Acne
  • Experience high blood pressure
  • suffer from high cholesterol levels
  • develop elevated levels of insulin or insulin resistance
  • take weight steadily, without real reason
  • Mood swings to suffer
  • determine that your periods stop, irregular or painful, and your hair thinned.

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Why does it occur?

PCOS occurs when a woman is not, an ovulation which interruption in the normal, cyclical interrelationship between their hormones, brain and ovaries.

The exact cause of PCOS is unknown. In the past, it was thought that PCOS was completely caused by overproduction of androgens. Recent studies have shown that metabolic syndrome with insulin resistance and high insulin important roles in PCOS play.

Metabolic syndrome can be the condition that best illustrates the long-term effects of our Western lifestyle habits. The usual suspects are responsible: high calorie / high carbohydrate diet, lack of exercise, hormonal disorders and chronic stress are some of the most important causes of metabolic dysfunction.

Although genetic and environmental factors contribute to the metabolic syndrome, obesity and physical activity are the most important.

The problem is often women with PCOS trying hard to lose weight, only to determine that they either – or it can lose bounces, once they completed their diet.

Possible causes of PCOS

  • High consumption of processed foods
  • High saturated fat intake
  • Genetics
  • Environmental pollutants
  • Lifestyle factors such as stress, lack of exercise and poor diet
  • Birth control pills and contraceptive drugs

The diet connection to PCOS

By far, the biggest lifestyle contribution to the PCOS is poor nutrition. Research supports this high consumption of sugar and refined carbohydrates cause an unhealthy rise in insulin levels. Insulin stimulates androgen receptors on the outside of the ovary, causing the typical symptoms of PCOS acne, excess hair (on the face, arms, and legs) and thin hair (on the head). Finally, this type of diet causes obesity, which will cause insulin resistance (the inability which participating cells to insulin), which aggravate the PCOS even more.

What is the best natural treatment of PCOS?

Doctors tend to prescribe two treatments, both symptoms affect only, and none of them is particularly successful. A treatment is direct manipulation of reproductive hormones, with the birth control pills, synthetic estrogens, androgens and androgen blocker. The other is oral drugs for type II diabetes, prescription reduce the insulin resistance.

Losing weight is one of the best natural treatments for PCOS, but it is one of the most difficult treatments. Whether obesity a cause of PCOS