5 tips for coping with PCOS as a nurse

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Coping with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) can be difficult, especially for nurses.

You work long hours, you often miss out on regular sleep and, let’s be honest, you may not always grab the healthiest meals to eat when you’re finally off duty (kale salad just doesn’t sound that thrilling at 7 a.m., right?).

Having PCOS can make it difficult for nurses to lead healthy lives. However, it shouldn’t make it impossible. Your health is important, but many nurses get so caught up in the day-to-day routine of helping others that they may forget to step back, pause and care for themselves. Well, that stops today!

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About International Nurses Association

The International Nurses Association was founded on the idea that professional achievement is deserving of recognition, exposure and reward. As a meeting place for the top minds in nursing, INA offers unlimited opportunities to further your success and embrace your role as a vital member of the medical community. INA is the fastest growing network of nurses from around the globe and takes pride in delivering its members the platform and competitive edge needed to survive in this ever-changing and complex environment. Visit www.inanurse.com
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