A Balancing Act: Navigating Mood Swings & PCOS

Navigating Mood Swings & PCOS

#218: Did you know research suggests that women with PCOS are 3 times more likely to experience severe mood disorders than those without?

In this episode, we unravel the intricate connection between mood swings and PCOS, and shed light on the often overlooked emotional toll it takes on women.

You’ll learn what chemical imbalances cause mood swings with PCOS as well as practical tips and lifestyle changes to help manage them.

Tallene also shares her personal experience as well as a touching encounter with another Cyster who re-discovered herself!

This episode is for you if:

– You’re looking for support while trying to navigate PCOS

– You’re curious about the connection between hormonal imbalances & mood swings

– You’re seeking easy tips to follow for managing mood swings

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