Why PCOS Treatment with Keto Works
5. Other Lifestyle Modifications For PCOS
Living with PCOS can be very challenging, but there are things other than a keto diet that you can do to alleviate some of the strain placed on your system that leads to the unpleasant effects. Below are a few extra lifestyle modifications that you can try.
Stress is a natural reaction to negative stimuli, and sometimes, even very positive things can cause you to experience stress, but if you are hoping to have a better quality of life, then it would be a good idea to eliminate as much unnecessary stress as you possibly can. This will help you to stay focused and avoid disruptions of important hormones that can impact your ability to get through the day.
If you’ve been used to living a relatively sedentary lifestyle, you probably are aware that it’s not the best thing for your health. Instead of waiting, start doing whatever you can to improve your health.
When you go for walks, stretch, engage in exercise, or do some kind of physical activity like sports, your body is discovering that it will need to find ways to process energy more efficiently to accommodate your level of activity. In the long run, you will be happier, healthier, and exercise endorphins can even dull pain response.
In conclusion whilst PCOS treatments in the past have remained a unsuccessful for many and stressful regarding the impact on fertility the good news is that we are seeing many reports and feedback of positive improvements in PCOS treatments with many saying they no longer have any adverse symptoms.