Recommended Types of Exercise for Polycystic Ovaries
You can try incorporating one or more of the following types of exercise into your daily routine:
- Try aerobic exercise, such as cycling, swimming, or running.
- Aim for at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity activity most days of the week.
- Incorporate weightlifting and resistance training to increase muscle mass and improve your cardiovascular ability.
- Practice stress-reducing techniques, such as yoga or meditation.
Adapting Diet and Exercise to a Busy Lifestyle: The Key to Managing Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
We understand that life can be intense and finding time to dedicate to your health can be a real challenge. However, with a little planning and creativity, you can prioritize diet and exercise in your daily life.
To more easily maintain a healthy diet, it is useful to plan and prepare your meals in advance.
As for exercise, it's important to be flexible and find activities that you enjoy. This could mean taking a quick walk during your lunch break (if you have one!) or incorporating some simple exercises into your daily activities, such as using the stairs instead of the elevator.
Remember, every effort counts, even if you can only spare a few minutes a day for physical activity and healthy eating. The most important thing is to make it a habit. Take it one step at a time, and don't get discouraged if you occasionally slip up. The key is to keep moving forward.
I am committed to helping women like you by providing personalized guidance and support in the form of:
- Customized and evidence-based dietary plans
- Customized exercise programs
- Regular monitoring of disease progression
- Management of medication, if needed
Together we can work towards managing your symptoms, using the tools you need to regain control of your life.