PCOS can cause devastating symptoms like weight gain, hair loss, facial hair growth, acne, sleep deprivation, mood swings and an overall feeling of un-wellness. What if there was a natural remedy to treat PCOS symptoms?
Sleep may just be that magical solution. Sleep is so vital to our hormone health and is a key way to manage PCOS. If you’re not getting enough sleep, your body can’t repair itself. And a good night’s sleep is essential for the physical and mental well-being of women. We legitimately need a solid seven to nine hours a night. If it’s at all possible, aim for the higher end of that range. I prefer eight to nine myself.
I consider sleep to be one of the pillars of successful PCOS management. Healthy eating, mindful movement, and meditation are some of the other things that I think are critical. Sleep is one of the most important things anyone can do for themselves, but especially as women with PCOS. Here is why sleep is so important for women with PCOS.
By increasing your mindfulness around sleep, you’re going to reduce sleep deprivation that leads to mood swings. You’ll feel better, look better, and your body will function better, and be more able to repair itself. Read my tips for a good night’s sleep.
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