How is PCOS linked to diabetes?

PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) in women and Diabetes are some of the most commonly diagnosed disorders right now. PCOS happens due to an endocrine malfunction that results in the disruption of the menstrual cycle, causes difficulty in pregnancy, acne, or obesity, etc. This is primarily due to hyperandrogenism, anovulation, insulin resistance, and neuroendocrine disruption. While PCOS profoundly impacts fertility and reproduction, many studies have also pointed out a connection between women who get PCOS and Type-2 diabetes.

Although both PCOS and diabetes can be managed by following a healthy lifestyle, balanced diet, weight loss and exercise, there’s a strong factor in PCOS, i.e insulin resistance, which can give rise to the risk of diabetes in any phase of life. Despite this, such dangers can still best be mitigated by incorporating healthy routines into your daily life.

But thanks to bello, you can now measure your body composition regularly to track and understand your belly fat and metabolic levels. This way, you will learn what you can do to help prevent such diseases and work towards a healthier body and life.

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