That afternoon slump… When you just can’t keep your eyes open… You can’t really think straight… All you want is your bed. Feeling this way is actually pretty common in women with PCOS. But, it doesn’t have to be. There are ways that you can beat the brain fog with PCOS
Sometimes even the people closest to us struggle to understand PCOS and all that it means to us. One of the ladies in The PCOS Master Plan asked me how to explain PCOS to her partner. So, I wrote a letter to my husband to help him understand (and maybe you could share it with yours).
So many of us struggle with our weight. It is so easy to put it on and just so darn hard to lose. Special diets, loads of exercise, nothing seems to help. The good news is that it is possible to lose weight with PCOS, if you address your underlying PCOS and hormone imbalance.
Losing weight with PCOS can feel virtually impossible, no matter how hard you try. Well, there’s good news and bad news. Your PCOS is making it hard to lose weight. But here is the good news. There is something that you can do about it. First, you need to understand what is happening in your body.
You may have thought that acne was a thing of the past. That as you left your adolescent years, your skin would clear up. Unfortunately this isn’t the case for a lot of women with PCOS. Our raging testosterone levels often wreak havoc on our skin. Here is what you need to know about PCOS and acne.
One of the more distressing symptoms of PCOS is hair loss or alopecia. It can really impact on self esteem and make women self conscious about the way that they look. Alopecia is often caused by high testosterone levels. Here are some things that you can do about it.
Hair loss with PCOS can be a frustrating and embarrasing syptom – something that women suffering with this symptom is normally very aware of. Hair loss is often as a result of high testosterone levels. Here are some things that you can do to restore your hair health if you are struggling with hair loss.