The current economic climate has added considerably to the stresses of everyday life. And some of us could find our PCOS symptoms worsened by all the extra pressures these days as many with this condition are particularly prone to stress.
So why not try these suggested escape routes from stress to see if they work for you?
1) Choose a friend you can talk to about upheavals in your life without expecting to solve all the problems. Offer to reciprocate as part of the deal.
2) Implement some self-care rules, like getting enough sleep, eating a balanced, nutritious diet and indulging in some kind of physical pampering, like a regular massage to keep your nervous system on track.
3) Create a “bragging file” which lists your accomplishments each week in overcoming challenges. Keep it in a folder and often remind yourself of the contents as well as updating it regularly.
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