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Why More Women Have PCOS Today?

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is becoming more common, affecting many women.

But why is this happening?

  1. Lifestyle Changes: Nowadays, many of us lead stressful lives, eat unhealthy foods, and don't exercise enough. These habits can mess up our hormones and make PCOS more likely.

  2. Things Around Us: Chemicals in the environment, like those in plastics and pesticides, can mess with our hormones and raise the risk of PCOS.

  3. Family Matters: If someone in your family has PCOS, you might be more likely to get it too. Genetics can play a big role.

  4. What We Eat: Eating too much processed food, sugar, and unhealthy fats can lead to problems like insulin resistance and obesity, which are common in PCOS.

  5. Better Awareness: Doctors and people, in general, are more aware of PCOS now. This means more women are getting diagnosed, which is a good thing.

Managing PCOS involves a holistic approach, including healthy lifestyle changes, maintaining a healthy weight, and seeking early diagnosis and treatment.

PROVITA Probiotics and the PCOS30 Program can be valuable tools in this journey, offering support for hormone balance, gut health, and overall well-being.

By taking proactive steps you can effectively manage PCOS and improve your quality of life.

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