Optimal hair and skin texture can tell much more about a woman than her beauty. They represent a woman’s reproductive health and regular period cycles.
This also means that if a woman has irregular periods or poor reproductive health, her hair and skin texture can reflect her condition even before taking diagnostic tests.
Poor nutrient absorption by the skin and hair cells leads to the problem. However, it isn’t the root cause of the problem. The problems begin with excess Ama reaching the hair and skin cells and blocking the nutrient absorption channels.
An imbalance in the female reproductive hormones is another reason for the problem. Oestrogen and progesterone are two important hormones produced in the ovaries. These hormones help in the formation of the eggs and timely ovulation. However, when Ama blocks the ovary channels, the production of these hormones gets affected, causing the problem.
When the secretion of female hormones in the ovaries goes down, the production of male sex hormones like testosterone increases. This hormone can cause problems like male pattern baldness, facial hair growth, rough skin, and lacklustre hair.
When women notice hair and skin problems, their primary concern is to hide them. These issues affect their appearance and beauty. Hence, their main focus is to deal with these issues urgently.
They try their hands on the popularly advertised measures like spa, oils, serums, facials, laser and skin treatments.
Most women never consider it to be something related to their reproductive health. However, that’s the big mistake made by them. No matter how hard they try, these issues will keep haunting them until they don’t treat their PCOS. Treatment of PCOS from its root is the only permanent solution to these problems.
Hair and skin problems are not standalone issues. These problems are consequences of excess Ama in the ovaries and hormonal imbalance.
Laser treatments or beauty parlour visits can’t provide permanent relief. They might offer temporary relief from social stigmas and boost your confidence. However, these measures are expensive and short-lived. The more you depend on these treatments, the regrowth will be faster.
Dealing with PCOS is the only permanent solution to hair and skin problems. You must focus on the root cause of the problems and not just the signs and symptoms.
As you can see, focusing on the following 3 areas is important:
Hair and skin problems can result in low confidence and poor morale in women. They start feeling inferior to others despite their immense potential. Spending enormous amounts to cure these problems in desperation isn’t the solution. If you want a permanent solution to the problem, understanding and addressing the root cause is important.