20% of women of a reproductive age are said to be suffering from Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). But why? In this episode Cecelia picks my brain about my clinical experience with PCOS, what it is, why it happens and the best solutions and treatments to really kick it to the curb. If you have PCOS or know somebody who does, this episode needs to be shared!
01:10 – In this episode we talk about all things hormones and Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome and Cecelia picks my brain.
02:05 – We discuss why a lot of hormone imbalances we see are a result of our modern day lifestyle.
03:50 – Why is it important to look at the root cause of our hormone issues?
06:20 – We discuss why the type of language we use is important for the trust between practitioners / doctors and patients.
09:30 – We dig into PCOS – what it is and how you can confirm if you have it.
12:10 – Knowing the different categories of PCOS can help treating your issues more specifically.
12:50 – What is the main reason behind your PCOS?
14:50 – Do your genes dictate whether or not you get it? And is there anything you can do about this?
16:10 – We discuss the most common symptoms – some of them might surprise you.
18:50 – Cecelia asked me if PCOS is related to endometriosis and infertility.
21:40 –What changes can you make today to help balance your hormones?
23:00 – We talk about the importance of emotional health and Cecelia explains how even our voices are related to our emotional health.
25:10 – What can we do to better manage our emotions?
27:50 – Diet plays a big role in treating PCOS – where to start with this?
29:30 – PCOS and intermittent fasting – is it good or not?
31:50 – After all this, there might still be a missing factor – find out what this could be.
34:00 – 20% of women of reproductive age are said to have PCOS – Let’s inform ourselves!
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Want to learn more? Debunking PCOS is my masterclass designed to help you take control of your PCOS, to understand it more. I share my 5 steps towards managing and overcoming your PCOS and help you take back the reigns of your health and your hormones.