PCOS brings along a train full of baggage. Once you discover that you have PCOS, you suddenly feel like you must eat only organic GMO-free gluten-free calorie-free vegan locally-produced foods, exercise for fifteen hours a day, and sleep for precisely 8.75 hours per night. That’s all while dealing with the maddening amount of body hair (Oh the hair! It doesn’t stop!), popping zits and finding makeup to cover y0ur now red-splotched face, inventing ways to get some sort of volume into the ever-decreasing quantity of hair on your head, purchasing clothing in manatee sizes, and oh and let’s not forget that your neck and elbows are brown and look like you’re incapable of bathing. All the while you still need to maintain your family, work, social, educational, religious, and community life. It’s enough to drive a person mad.
If you were just diagnosed with PCOS, or you’re just getting back on the wagon, here are three reasonable things you can do today to help things get better. Will they solve all your problems? Nope. Will they help? Absolutely. Continue reading