One in 10 women are affected by polycystic ovarian syndrome, or PCOS. So, chances are, you or someone in your life has experienced PCOS. And while it shows up differently for each woman, one thing’s for sure: PCOS is not fun and it’s very difficult to live with. Luckily, there’s one way to start mangling painful PCOS and it’s really simple.
When it comes to exercise, we tend to have one main motive: how our body looks and maybe even losing weight. We want to stay trimmed, toned and ready for our bikini’s come summer time. But research published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease shows that aerobic exercise helps to prevent cognitive decline. Read on to find more.