Ways to boost your fertility naturally .....9

Ways to boost your fertility naturally .....9

17.....A cure for the moody blues
While it’s speculated that stress does not cause infertility, an infertility diagnosis can create tremendous stress that affects mood, sleep, and fertility.
When people are under chronic stress, their sleep habits are affected. Feelings of anxiety and depression can arise. Studies show that fertility patients diagnosed with anxiety and depression have lower rates of in vitro fertilization (IVF) success.
Dr. Latz says that cortisol levels are often affected by the stress of our daily hectic lives. High cortisol levels prevent us from relaxing and getting quality sleep.
To combat the negative effects of cortisol and stress, try acupuncture, yoga and/or psychotherapy. These interventions are aimed at reducing stress and have been shown to increase rates of conception among infertility patients.
I told U many times that your brain is the one of the main causes of Infertility...When it is disturbed it effect on entire body so that many health and infertility problems may caused.
It can be solved with your healthy food, simple meditation.

18.....Lack of Sleep Can Affect Fertility-Related Hormones
Unfortunately, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than one-third of Americans don't get enough sleep.
If you’re one of them, and you’re also concerned about your fertility, here’s information that may surprise you:
In both men and women, the same part of the brain that regulates sleep-wake hormones (such as melatonin and cortisol) also triggers daily release of reproductive hormones.
The hormones that trigger ovulation in women and the sperm-maturation process in men may be tied into the body's sleep-wake patterns. For example, if you’re a woman, long-term lack of sleep may directly affect the release of luteinizing hormone, or LH – the hormone that triggers ovulation as part of regulating your menstrual cycle. The resulting menstrual irregularity may mean it takes longer for you to conceive.
Could this hormonal connection between your sleep and fertility mean there’s also a connection between lack of sleep and, perhaps, not being as fertile as you could or would like to be? Researchers haven’t yet found evidence that this is the case, but they’re working on it.
I brought this to tell U connection between your sleep and your fertility.. To have sound sleep your healthy food helps U...


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