Have you ever decided to keep a journal but ended up leaving it midway? Journalling is extremely important especially if you are dealing with a chronic condition like PCOS. It not only helps you keep a track of your progress but also aids in managing your symptoms better. Here's a video where explain two methods … Continue reading How to make PCOS journal and why it is important?
Hello, Ladies, I hope you are all doing well. We are more than halfway in 2017, it wouldn't be long before we step on to 2018 with new health goals and resolution but before we do that, I am wondering where do you currently stand in your health goals for this year? Are you eating clean? … Continue reading Unmasking the PCOS monster – Elize Edition!
Something that you should know - PCOS is very much reversible! Yes, you heard me right. Many people confuse it being treatable whereas in reality those two are totally different things. Being treatable means you are cured of the disease completely whereas a reversible condition need not necessarily be treated completely. Depending on how you … Continue reading PCOS is reversible!
Namaste everyone - I bow to the divine in you!!! FIGHT PCOS INITIATIVE turns one today and I can't even begin to explain how glad I am that one year back exactly from today I decided to share my PCOS journey with the world in hope to create awareness and simultaneously find ways to help. … Continue reading FIGHT PCOS INITIATIVE TURNS ONE!
Hola Cysters, I just sent out a brand new PCOS awareness newsletter and it's all about how to deal with 'low mood' in PCOS at your own level so if you are not yet subscribed to the newsletter, do it now so we can always stay in touch. 🙂 This post is going to be … Continue reading Things I want to share to make our PCOS journey more productive!
As the title say- I wanna know all your questions about PCOS! I have been posting here for some time now & while it makes me super happy that we have each other to follow along on this journey, I need to know whether the stuff I share is useful/helpful for you or not! I … Continue reading What are your questions about PCOS?