PCOS Linked to Greater Sleep Problems

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When was the last time you had a great night sleep? Are you too sleep-deprived to remember? Then this article is for you! Feeling tired is only one sign that you aren’t getting enough sleep. The effects of sleep loss run deep; it can affect your long-term health and your emotional health. Unfortunately, patients with PCOS tend to have more sleep problems. Sleep disturbances, including insufficient sleep, poor sleep quality, insomnia, and especially obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) are considered independent risk factors for the development and worsening of insulin resistance. If you are ready for a good nights sleep, these tips can help!

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10 Surprising Benefits of Ovasitol for PCOS

Sure, you may have heard that the inositol supplement Ovasitol is great for PCOS, but not sure if you believe the hype? Here’s 10 benefits of taking Ovasitol if you have PCOS.

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Make at Home Grain Bowls

Grain bowls are yummy way to get in a variety of antioxidants, and provides a satisfying meal. Many people think they need to “cut carbs” in order to reach their nutrition goals and may be afraid of these dishes. Carbs don’t have to be scary! Whole grains can help fight inflammation, improve digestion, decrease inflammation, and even balance blood sugar. Here are some tips on how to make one of these hearty meals at home!

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What to look for in a nutrition supplement for PCOS

Interested in nutrition supplements to help manage your PCOS? Perhaps you are already taking some now or have in the past. You aren’t alone. In an international poll of over 1,300 women with PCOS, 99% reported wanting an alternative treatment to oral contraceptives to help improve their PCOS. But what you may not know is that not all nutrition supplements are created equal. Some supplements for PCOS may even harmful. Here’s how to protect yourself.

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10 Simple Tips to Boost Your Fertility with Food

We know more than ever on how food can boost your fertility. Individuals who suffer from infertility know how frustrating and overwhelming it can be, especially when everything seems out their control, but one thing you can control is what you feed your body.In a landmark study, researchers looked at the possible links between the nutrition qualities of over 18,000 nurses and their fertility. To date it is the largest study done on nutrition and infertility in women. For any research nerds like me, this study was part of the Nurses’ Health Study.Here’s a summary of the top 10 tips on how to boost your fertility with food based on their research findings.

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PCOS and Menopause: Beyond Hormones and Hot Flashes

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most common endocrinopathy in women of reproductive age, affecting 9% to 18% of this population worldwide. Once viewed solely as a reproductive disorder affecting women only during their fertile years, PCOS is now known to have numerous metabolic risks that start early in adulthood and persist throughout a woman’s lifespan. This article discusses PCOS and its associated risk factors, how PCOS changes with age, and effective evidence-based treatment options.

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