My philosophy for a happy life | Sam Berns | TEDxMidAtlantic
Just before his passing on January 10, 2014, Sam Berns was a Junior at Foxboro High School in Foxboro, Massachusetts, where he achieved highest honors and was a percussion section leader in the high school marching band. He also achieved the rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America. Sam was diagnosed with Progeria, a rare, rapid aging disease, at the age of 2. He is featured in the Emmy award-winning documentary Life According to Sam, which premiered on HBO on October 21, 2013, 2 days before his 17th birthday.
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Citation from http://www.naturesplatform.com/health_benefits.html:
"Damage to this nerve (pudendal nerve) has serious consequences for pelvic health. The uterus and ovaries depend on continuous feedback from the brain (via the pudendal nerve) to maintain proper hormonal balance."
"Why Women Are More Susceptible
Pelvic floor nerve stretch injury, the root cause of most pelvic disease, affects women more frequently than men. One reason is that the vaginal canal is a structural gap which is more vulnerable to the unique stress produced by the sitting toilet."
Therefore, pudendal nerve damage (overstretching of the pudendal nerve) might be the real cause of hirsutism and PCOS.
At least from my point of view thats a more sensible theory than all the theories I heard from allopathic medicine so far.
If you try this and if you find it improves your PCOS or hirsutism please forward this information to hirsutism / PCOS forums / support groups etc. etc. !!!
Short link to this posting is: http://tinyurl.com/ybdlst7z
Hi there, it sounds like a hormonal imbalance as hursuitism, acne and male pattern balding tend to be excess androgen hormones.
A fantastic book to read is The Hormone Cure by Dr Sara Gottfried. She clearly explains all the different hormones and what each of them does and gives dietary and supplemental advice for each situation.
I don't know how long ago this was posted, but I was curious of the results. My facial hair is getting out of control and I am extremely self conscious about it, I'm willing to try just about anything at this point. I hope this gets seen! Thank you!