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They are. Imbalance of the gut microbes (Dysbiosis) can trigger the development of PCOS in healthy bodies
PCOS may have a family history, but it has more to do with your lifestyle as well.
Every body reacts differently, what may be considered a symptom/side effect of hormonal imbalance may actually be poor eating habits.
They are similar, but not the same thing. PCOD causes lesser damage to the body than PCOS.
Hormonal imbalance leads to poor sleep quality, which in turn affects productivity and work efficiency.
You could be ignoring some symptoms of PCOS. Rely on medical advice for a diagnosis and here’s a quiz to get a preliminary understanding.
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Definitely, asanas regularise the blood supply and, at the same time, relieve congestion in the organ. Thus, with constant practice and few changes in the diet and lifestyle, one can easily manage PCOS with yoga.
Regular practice of asanas like Baddha Konasana and Supta Baddha Konasana ensures effective results for managing PCOS.
By practising daily yoga and practicing twisting asanas that squeeze the ovaries and uterus daily, thus keeping a check on the hyperfunctioning nature.
Yoga for PCOS should only be practiced under the guidance of a certified Yoga therapist. Yoga for PCOS regularises the overstimulated ovaries as the nervous system and glandular systems are quietened.
Anyone who is struggling with hormonal imbalance can practice this yoga flow.
Those who have undergone recent surgeries, or have any open wounds should avoid practicing yoga. It is always advisable to consult a doctor before starting this practice.
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