I am suffering from PCOS. I want to know that is milk or curd and dairy products is not good for me. Can I consume curd or milk? Mostly I heard that is not good for who suffered from PCOS or PCOS It is increases your testosterone level and one more thing which exercise is good for me yoga or hard exercise. Hard exercise cause back pain and weakness should I go for yoga to maintain and loose weight please suggest which food is taking to loose weight fastly.
Please Take milk regularly Take salads and fruits more before lunch Avoid rice, oily food, non veg food, processed food Go for morning and evening walk daily for good digestion and easy defication and good circulation Do yogasanas and pranayam daily.
Yeas, you must avoid dairy product specially milk and as curd is also one of dairy product you should avoid it for better and effective treatment .Yoga can play important role in the prevention and management of polycystic ovarian syndrome. Since stress is playing important factor in exaggerating pcos, so yoga therapy is effective in pcos.
Yoga poses such as asanas, relaxation exercises, pranayama and meditation are effective as stress buster. Yoga poses like asanas help to stretch the pelvic area and pranayama as well as meditation soothe the mind.
Exercise is really beneficial to managing our PCOS as it helps to manage insulin levels which in turn improves our testosterone and SHBG levels.
Exercise as much as your capacity and consistencydont follow someone blindly. You can do cardio exercise, strenght training exercise and walking and all as per schedule with gym and as per your body capacity.
Do not frustrate even if that exercise do not show any change in weighning machine, it will surely improve you from internally. So exercise gradually, until you reach your peak point and continue that.
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