Ayurvedic Treatment for PCOS

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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a condition that affects a woman’s hormone levels. It affects 1 in 10 women. It is a condition in which patients have multiple cysts in their ovaries that occur due to disruption in the normal menstrual cycle. Ovaries get enlarged and produce excess amounts of androgen and estrogen. These hormones interfere with the growth and release of the eggs from the ovaries leading to anovulatory cycles and irregular menstruation. Ayurvedic Treatment For PCOS observes the disease looking for indications of the dosha responsible for the disorder.

Ayurveda does not speak in the terms of “hormones”. It has its own unique language and terminologies. Hormones are considered as fire elements in the tissue. Ayurveda classifies PCOS as a kapha disorder, and by looking at the findings of modern medicine we can correlate the exhibiting features of the disease with the dominate dosha responsible for the disorder.

The treatment of PCOS involves the use of herbs to boost fertility and maintain a balance of hormones. Treatment will depend on the cause of the problems with one’s menstrual cycle. Ayurveda is a holistic therapy that can be used alongside conventional medicine.

In the Ayurvedic Treatment for PCOS, natural iron and magnesium supplements are given added by women fighting PCOS. Elakizhi  induces better circulation within the affected area thereby promoting increased perspiration, which helps the skin to eliminate wastes.

Ayush’s herbal therapies used are found to restore the normal rhythm of the menstrual cycle by balancing the hormones and also they are found to restore the imbalance of doshas occurring due to anovulation. To treat PCOS one needs controlled and balanced diet and exercise for weight reduction along with medication and lifestyle management.

Adopting a holistic treatment, good life style with appropriate diet, yoga, pranayama and stress-free living can prove to be effective in the management of PCOS.



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