PSA Offers clinically proven and holistic solutions to complement women’s health, says Dr Polisetty

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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal or endocrine condition that affects the reproductive, metabolic, psychological, and dermatological health of women. Its symptoms can differ from one woman to another. Common signs include irregular or missed periods, severe acne, facial and body hair growth, hair loss, weight gain, stress, depression, and anxiety.

The adverse effects that PCOS creates on women’s health highlight the growing need for a comprehensive approach to prevention. Consequently, there is mounting interest in Poly Scientific Ayurveda (PSA), which integrates traditional Ayurvedic principles with modern scientific advancements to address PCOS symptoms effectively. 

“Ayurveda considers health as a state of balance between the three doshas—Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. PCOS can be correlated with a condition known as ‘Aarthava Kshaya’ and is often associated with imbalances in the Kapha and Vata doshas, leading to sluggishness in the body and irregularities such as erratic menstrual cycles and hormonal fluctuations. Therefore, Ayurvedic practices focus on balancing the Kapha and Vata doshas to manage the symptoms of PCOS,” says Dr Polisetty.

Women fulfill many roles, and it is imperative that they focus on self-care and healing that promote holistic well-being. Ensuring that the remedies are neither marketing-fueled nor self-taught home remedies is crucial. Dr Polisetty says that PSA, which combines modern medicine and the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda with the help of digital technology, will provide personalized care to restore the balance of these doshas. In his professional life, Dr Polisetty has been successful in offering PSA-based solutions to over a hundred women with PCOS-related symptoms, who are now experiencing restored menstrual regularity, improved fertility, and overall well-being.

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“Another advantage is that PSA solutions are safer and more natural. Most PSA products are free from harmful chemicals and additives, making them safer for women to use. Diet and lifestyle modifications also play a crucial role in managing PCOS, and PSA suggests a personalized plan that suits each woman’s unique constitution and imbalances,” concludes Dr Polisetty.

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