Instead of feeling embarrassed or ashamed about PCOS, women need to get informed so that we can recognize the signs and symptoms of the condition, treat it effectively, and support one another. Here is everything you need to know about polycystic ovary syndrome, how it’s diagnosed, what its affects are, and how it can be treated.
Whether you’re a disciple of traditional medicine or a believer in all things holistic, whichever theory you subscribe to is up to you. But we’ll tell you what you need to know about adrenal fatigue, it’s supposed symptoms, causes, treatments, and the controversy surrounding it so that you can make up your own mind about this contentious health issue.
Thyroid disease affects an estimated 27 million Americans, but only 14 million of those cases ever end up being diagnosed. This is because the thyroid hormone interacts with so many different parts of your body that the symptoms of an imbalance can be widespread and seemingly unrelated, making it difficult to pinpoint the cause of your problems.
Eating disorders are on the rise in North America. While many people think they are the result of a conscious choice influenced by culture alone, this is not the case. Recent research demonstrates that eating disorders are illnesses with psychological and neurobiological roots.
Although baldness is most commonly associated with men, 40 percent of women begin to lose hair by middle age. Because long, healthy hair is often associated with beauty and femininity, female hair loss can be especially damaging to a woman’s confidence.