Strategies and Supplements for Women Coping with PCOS

Strategies and Supplements for Women Coping with PCOS

Strategies and Supplements for Women Coping with PCOS

By Mahnoor Arif   8th Feb, 2024

Are you struggling with troubling body conditions like excessive facial hair growth or weight gain that's causing embarrassment? Before delving into high-cost treatments, let's take a moment to understand what's happening in your body and how we can address it together.

What actually is PCOS? 

Let's talk about PCOS, a term that might sound intimidating but is quite easy to deal with.

During puberty and up to around 25 years old, the female body undergoes significant changes. Hormone levels fluctuate, sometimes leading to irregular periods, a common effect of hormonal imbalance. 


In about 30 to 40% of women, these fluctuations can result in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). Now, the addition of the word “syndrome” makes it all the more scary but that's totally not the case.


PCOS is essentially a hormonal disorder common among women of reproductive age. It affects the ovaries' function, leading to irregular menstrual cycles, potential infertility, weight fluctuations, excessive hair growth, acne, and occasionally an increased risk of type 2 diabetes. But remember, you're not alone, together, we can navigate through this.

Taking Charge Naturally

Sit back and relax!

All you need to do is put your brain at rest. Seriously. Because all your body functions are synced with your brain. So you need to give yourself some time and try following some of these tips. They’re sure to help.

Embrace a Healthier Lifestyle

Start by making gentle changes to your daily routine:

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  • Nourish Your Body: Choose wholesome, nourishing foods that support your well-being. Include lean proteins like chicken and fish, healthy fats from nuts and seeds, and fiber-rich foods such as fruits like mangoes and oranges, vegetables like spinach and tomatoes, and whole grains like wheat and rice. And don't forget to stay hydrated with plenty of water throughout the day.


  • Work on your fitness: Engage in activities that bring joy and movement into your life. Whether it's a leisurely stroll in the park or a gentle yoga session in the comfort of your home, find what works for you and embrace it with kindness.folivate
  • Consider Supportive Supplements specially Folic Acid and Myo-Inositol: Myo-Inositol supplements have shown promise in supporting hormonal balance and menstrual regularity, owing to its gentle yet effective formulation. 

Folic Acid too plays a key role.It is important in healthy cell growth and function. Moreover it helps your baby's brain, skull and spinal cord develop properly in pregnancy, to avoid development problems.

Are these supplements really effective?


When used daily along a healthy, balanced diet, Myo-Inositol and Folate is a powerhouse supplement designed to optimize the interplay of hormones crucial for fertility and overall reproductive health. They help:

  • Support Women's Fertility
  • Regulate Hormone Levels
  • Control Acne and Excess Hair Growth
  • Weight Management
  • Proper cell functioning 


You can find them in many supplements that contain both Myo-Inositol and Folate.


Remember, You're Not Alone

Before embarking on any new regimen, remember to consult with a healthcare professional who can provide personalized guidance tailored to your unique needs and circumstances. Your well-being is our priority, and we're here to support you every step of the way.


Bonus Tip

Explore more about PCOS through informative resources and consider connecting with support groups where you can share your experiences and insights with others who understand what you're going through.


I hope this blog serves as a gentle reminder that you are cherished and supported. With understanding and compassion, we can navigate the complexities of PCOS and emerge stronger together.


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