The women go through numerous changes, both physical and emotional, while they go through the period of puberty and menopause. The hormone levels, the age, the childbearing are considered to be some of the factors which contribute the body to go through a certain evolution.

The sole fact that there are absolutely no two women in the world who are the same tells you that the changes happening inside of the body of each woman are unique.



Now, let’s talk about the PCOS. It is policystic ovary syndrome. This is an endocrine condition, and it affects 20% of the women world population.

This usually happens because of an increased male hormone, androgens, in the body of the women. PCOS affects about 20% of the world population, within the age from 18 to 44, depending on the symptoms used to describe it.

The most common factors which cause this are environmental or genetic. Because it has such a wide range of symptoms, the doctors find it very difficult to detect.

Some of the most common symptoms of PCOS are – depression, anxiety, irregular menstruation, weight gain, oily skin, acne, dandruff, excessive body hair and difficulty conceiving.

A recent study has even shown that the Policystic ovary syndrome can even be linked to the insulin, due to the fact that this is a condition which is common with women who have abnormally high insulin levels.

It is a condition that is a risk factor for some diseases, such as the diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, sleep apnea, and even certain types of cancer.

How to treat it? The PCOS thankfully, can be treated.

What you need to do in order to cure yourself is to increase the intake of magnesium in the body, make some changes in your dietary plan, take up regular exercising, talk to your doctor about it and definitely talk to a therapist, because the level of anxiety or depresson might be the najor cause for this medical condition.

If you happen to notice some of the symptoms of the PCOS on your body, or you are already suffering from this condition, make sure you do not panic or worry.

Even though, besides these treatments, there is no particular cure found, there are various ways with which you can control the PCOS symptoms, or lower them down to a minimum.