Your hormones don’t like not having enough body fat, but they don’t like too much either.
It causes your ovaries to produce extra testosterone. Extra testosterone can prevent ovulation as well. It can show up as long cycles or no period at all.
Overall, exercise is generally helpful for many health conditions. It can help with physical symptoms of PMS as well as improve your mood during your period. It's good for the body and good for the mind.
Dr. Daemon Jones
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Dr. Daemon Jones is your diabetes reversal, hormones, metabolism and weight loss expert. Dr. Dae is a naturopathic doctor who treats patients all over the country using Skype and phone appointments. Visit her or schedule a free consultation at her website www.HealthyDaes.com
Reviewed June 13, 2016
by Michele Blacksberg RN
Edited by Jody Smith
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