Women’s Health Advocate Released a New Book on How Natural Remedies Can Treat Polycystic Ovary Syndrome in 4 Steps
5%-10% of women suffer from polycystic ovary syndrome. 10% may seem like a small number, but when considering there are 7 billion people in the world, it means that millions of women currently have this disorder.
In Elizabeth Hungerford’s new book, 4 Simple Steps to PCOS Freedom, she talked about the healing wonders of natural remedies and the importance of women’s vigilance over their bodies and their health, especially from non-malignant disorders like PCOS.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome or PCOS is an endocrine disorder where a woman grows many small cysts in her ovaries that can cause hormone imbalances. These hormonal imbalances can then lead to symptoms including acne, oily skin, weight gain, pelvic pain, irregular ovulation, infertility, and increased hair growth on the face, back or chest. A large number of women may be suffering from these symptoms right now. Some might not even be aware they have PCOS.
Elizabeth Hungerford is a researcher and author who experienced a similar journey herself when she was struggling with hyperthyroidism several years ago. She dedicated her time to researching the best ways to treat her disorder and found relief in natural remedies. Like PCOS, hypothyroidism is also an endocrine disorder and Hungerford strongly believes that the best way to treat it is to use natural remedies instead of relying on pharmaceuticals. Although PCOS doesn’t sound like so much trouble, it can lead to other worse conditions like diabetes and infertility if left untreated.
Infertility has been one of the main concerns among women who suffer PCOS as this means that they may have difficulties getting pregnant. It may seem as easy as letting heterosexual couples copulate, but for women who have PCOS, having a baby can be quite a struggle.
In 4 Simple Steps to PCOS Freedom, Hungerford provides tips on how you can get pregnant naturally without paying for those expensive assistive reproductive treatments. Although disorders like PCOS are best treated naturally, Hungerford offers the option of using pharmaceutical medicine for women who experience severe symptoms and don’t respond well to other treatments. Hungerford, however, still advised to do extensive research and consultations.
Hungerford has done some research herself and included in the book are a few suggestions of safe medicines you can take for treating PCOS:
- Knowing if you have PCOS
- The causes of PCOS
- PCOS and its relation to insulin resistance
- Supplements you should add to your diet
- Dealing with hair and skin problems when you have PCOS
- How to treat PCOS when the natural remedies that don’t work
PCOS is a disorder that needs to be taken seriously from the onset of the diagnosis, especially since it can lead to irreversible effects like complicated child birth. To be better informed about the disorder that plagues millions of women, Hungerford encouraged women to get a copy of the book. Valuable information about PCOS can be shared with others and one can learn a couple of healthy habits that can prevent disorders like PCOS.
Mark your calendar because this book will be given away for free this coming 19th, 20th, and 21st of June this year at Amazon.
Elizabeth Hungerford researcher, author and speaker on various health topics had an astounding healing journey through her struggle with hypothyroidism several years ago. She specializes in women’s sexual health issues and does volunteer work in women’s support groups. She aims to empower the female voice, raise awareness of productive health, initiate social change and shed light on poorly understood disease. She’s advocates all-natural diets and remedies and is a firm believer that proper nutrition and a healthy lifestyle are keys to optimal health.
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