Mind-body work such as yoga, qi gong, and tai chi are recommended.
Christiane Northrop also recommends being mindful of the moon's cycles and leaving a window open during certain moon cycles in order to attempt to naturally re-regulate the cycle.
Northrop also recommends that women with PCOS focus on celebrating the feminine, perhaps by keeping a journal.
Low self-esteem is one of the issues that women with PCOS can face. Weight gain, acne, and hirsutism can be very upsetting, and treatments for the latter two can get very expensive if the underlying cause of them hasn't yet been addressed. It's recommended that women with PCOS have a mentor or a therapist or a spiritual ally to help with low self-esteem.
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