PCOS: Follow these 3 natural hacks

It can be termed as a condition which affects the hormone levels of a woman. If a woman suffers from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), she will produce higher-than-normal amounts of male hormones due to which she can miss her periods. Hence, we tell you how to deal with it naturally.

Do you often miss your periods? Do you suffer from acne or facial hair? Do you find it difficult to conceive or have you put on a lot of weight? Beware! You might suffer from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). Here, we explain what it is.

A hormonal disorder common among women of reproductive age is called PCOS. The ovaries can build up numerous small collections of fluid (follicles) and cannot regularly release eggs. The exact cause of PCOS is not known. But, if a woman has PCOS, she, may exhibit the following symptoms abnormal periods, she may pile up excess kilos, can suffer from breakout, she may suffer from hirsutism ( excessive hair on face), skin can become dark around the neck, breast and other parts of the body and will also experience fertility issues. But, medication and other lifestyle modifications like a well-balanced diet and exercise can help you to overcome your problem. Along with that, just go for these home remedies and you can thank us later!

  • You can opt for coconut oil: It is loaded with medium chain fatty acids and antioxidants which can help you to regulate your blood sugar levels and the secretion of insulin. So, just add it to your daily diet but remember don't go overboard.
  • You can opt for green tea: It has potent antioxidants namely catechins which can tackle the hormones which lead to ovarian cysts. Furthermore, antioxidants can also help to bring down the insulin levels. Along with that, it can also help you to battle the bulge. So, just start drinking it right away and notice the difference.
  • You can opt for aloe vera juice: It is antibacterial in nature and can reduce your cholesterol level and can the functioning of your ovaries. Just, drink aloe vera juice in the morning and you are sorted!

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