Insulite Health Supports PCOS Awareness Month with Enhanced Online PCOS Health Assessment
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BOULDER, CO, September 13, 2012
Insulite Health, a leader in PCOS education and treatment, encourages women to take a self test as a first step in learning about the condition, PCOS symptoms, and what women can do to improve their health. Understanding the power of self awareness and education, the organization plans to spend PCOS Awareness Month educating the millions of women who unknowingly have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.
“Pinpointing this condition is difficult, especially for women who might not even be aware of it,” commented Insulite Health Chief Wellness Officer, Robin Nielsen. “Educating women about PCOS is our priority; because once they are educated they can seek the necessary treatment and manage the condition before it takes over their lives.”
As a part of their educational online assessment, women can easily answer questions about their symptoms to determine if they are at risk for PCOS. Symptoms of the condition include missing or irregular menstrual periods, excessive hair growth on the abdomen, chin, or neck, skin tags, infertility, thinning hair, and mood swings. Women do not need to provide any personally identifiable information to take the self-assessment as its goal is to encourage women to take the next step in seeking help. Women can take the self-assessment to further investigate their concerns at https://pcos.com/how-do-you-know-if-you-have-pcos/
Insulite Health provides ongoing education and support for women who have or might have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, a condition that often develops in women who are overweight, have a hormone imbalance and, most commonly, suffer from Insulin Resistance. PCOS can be a syndrome of Insulin Resistance, the precursor to Type 2 Diabetes. The organization strives to educate women on the steps they can take now to reduce risks and focuses mainly on natural lifestyle changes that encourage health improvement.
“Our mission has always been focused on supporting women suffering with PCOS,” explained J.W. Wilson, Managing Director of Insulite Health. The condition, which is one of the most common cause of infertility in women in the United States can be better managed with reversal of Insulin Resistance. However, many women do not know they suffer from this underlying condition and therefore never see improvement.
Individuals taking the self-test for PCOS are welcomed to join the Insulite Health Facebook Community (Learn More Get Inspired) as a way to further educate and work toward improving this limiting condition. “Awareness and education is your best ally in controlling your symptoms with PCOS”, explained Wilson. Through PCOS Awareness Month, Insulite Health will help encourage women to take that first step in getting a diagnosis for their symptoms.
To learn more about the subject of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and how Insulite Health is working to educate women during PCOS Awareness Month, visit us on the web at https://pcos.com.
About Insulite Health
Insulite Health was established in 2001 in Boulder, Colorado, to research, develop, and test a scientifically-based, multi-element approach to addressing the problems associated with Insulin Resistance (IR), a potentially serious imbalance of blood glucose and insulin. Reversing the condition requires a complete, specialized system that incorporates Nutritional Supplements (vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes, and botanicals formulated to address specific conditions). a tailored nutrition plan, an exercise plan designed to increase insulin sensitivity, a component that addresses carbohydrate addiction, and an extensive support network.
Recognizing there are millions of individuals who need this kind of multi-element approach to managing Insulin Resistance (IR), Insulite Heath has, over the past ten years, developed individual systems for PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome), Excess Weight Gain/Obesity, Metabolic Syndrome (Syndrome X), Pre-Diabetes, and Type 2 Diabetes.
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Since June 2008, Insulite Laboratories and Insulite Health has supported more than 2.4 million women through the Insulite PCOS System, through this website, through emails providing information and support, through consultations with our Consulting & Advisory Team, through telephone conference calls, through online webinars, through published articles, and most recently, through social media community building and support efforts. Insulite Laboratories and Insulite Health are singularly dedicated to improving the lives of women with PCOS and conditions resulting from Insulin Resistance.