Healing PCOS Naturally | YOU Are The Key!

Healing PCOS Naturally | YOU Are The Key!


– PCOS is not just
about irregular periods. Let’s talk about how
polycystic ovary syndrome affects your weight,
your skin and your heart. (gentle music) PCOS affects one out of 10 women and 40% will develop diabetes. It’s called PCOS or
polycystic ovary syndrome because when a woman
doesn’t ovulate regularly and her brain continues
to tell her ovaries to release an egg, many follicular cysts form. Because you don’t ovulate every month, your periods can be very irregular. Sometimes skipping many months. But lack of ovulation
and irregular periods are the result of a deeper issue and the deeper issue is in your head. Or rather in your brain. Most of your brain is alike
computer memory storage. But there are other parts of your brain that control vital
functions like your periods. The part of your brain
that tells your ovaries to make estrogen and release an egg is called your pituitary gland. It’s a pea-sized gland in
the center of your brain that was once thought
to be the master gland controlling all your hormones but actually, it’s just
the middle manager. The boss of your hormones
and your entire body is the part of your brain just above the pituitary gland called the hypothalamus. Your hypothalamus controls everything. All your hormones, sex
hormones, thyroid hormones, adrenal hormones, your
metabolism and your weight. Your carb, fat and protein metabolism, how much energy you make and your sleep cycles. Your body temperature, your blood pressure and your body’s water balance. Your immunity, your memory,
your moods, your sex drive, your digestion, your detoxification. Your hypothalamus is the gatekeeper of your ability to learn and remember. It controls how fast you age. Your hypothalamus controls reproduction, your periods, your ability to conceive and carry a healthy pregnancy but, most importantly for women with PCOS, your hypothalamus controls
your glucose metabolism and how insulin reacts in your body. Insulin escorts glucose, the main type of sugar used
for energy into your cells. When your cells do not let insulin in, that’s called insulin resistance and that extra insulin and glucose floating around is highly inflammatory. Since your hypothalamus controls
your body’s use of insulin, the deeper issue underlying your PCOS is hypothalamic dysfunction. The boss of your body is
not functioning properly. And when you have PCOS, you have serious miscommunication between your hypothalamus and your ovaries which results in irregular
periods and infertility and you also have miscommunication between your hypothalamus
and your adrenals which results in high DHEA levels leading to acne and hirsutism, that hair where you don’t want it. Plus, miscommunication of the HPA axis, the hypothalamic pituitary adrenal network results in high cortisol leading to weight gain
and insulin resistance. And, since your hypothalamus
controls your immunity and your detox pathways, when it’s out of balance with PCOS, you have systemic, all
through your body inflammation and this is the most
dangerous part of having PCOS. Because the inflammation will lead to cardiovascular disease. While the weight and the
hairiness may be unsightly, the chronic inflammation
may shorten your life. That’s why it’s so important to understand how your body works and what you can do to
help it function optimally. That’s why I created our
hormone reboot training to help you be the master of your own body by giving you the tools you need to get back in balance even with PCOS. You weren’t born with PCOS. You may have genetic tendencies but PCOS is an acquired condition. Meaning you can change it. The environment you live in, the stress you’re under,
the foods you eat, the activity and sleep you get even your belief systems
can tribute to PCOS. All of which can be changed by you. You have the power to heal, it’s encoded in your DNA. You may just need some guidance, I’m here for you.

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