5 Ways to Increase Fertility

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5 Ways to Increase Fertility

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5 Ways to Increase Fertility Image

Infertility is worsening, affecting 12% of the population. The World Health Organization considers infertility a global health issue with significant burden to populations. The largest causes of infertility are ovulatory disorders, male factor and unexplained infertility. These are mostly affected by lifestyle and environmental factors which can be adjusted to increase chances of getting pregnant. In this article we discuss 5 ways to increase fertility. These can be used alongside natural and assisted conception.

Ways to increase fertility

There are several lifestyle and environmental factors that have been proven to affect fertility. This gives you an opportunity to take back control by adjusting some of these parameters and increase your chances of pregnancy.

Understanding fertility

Having an understanding of how your body works, paying attention to changes you may notice, is important. You can also learn about natural conception and identifying your fertile window. Knowing about assisted conception, IVF and other techniques can help you feel more in control of the process. This knowledge will help you:

  • make informed choices about your fertility
  • help you stick with the treatment of your choice
  • Increase chances of getting pregnant

 

Nutrition and Hydration

Getting the right nutrients into your body is essential so your body has the energy to do its several bodily functions. This includes producing hormones, developing eggs and sperm, preparing the uterus for implantation, leading a pregnancy to term, and delivering a healthy baby. Professionals recommend keeping hydrated with water and a healthy, well-balanced nutrition, with unprocessed foods and rich in fruit and vegetables.

 

Physical activity

Our bodies require a degree of activity to remain healthy. Professionals recommend moderate exercise for 30 minutes a day. If you are trying to conceive, research shows high frequency/intensity training is counterproductive as it can affect ovulation.

 

Habits and Environment

Certain habits and addictions, like too much caffeine, smoking or drinking can reduce egg and sperm quality. Our environment, like plastics and radiation can also affect fertility.

 

Managing Emotions

Emotional distress is the first reason for patients to stop fertility treatment. Getting professional support during treatment can help you develop coping strategies, help you make challenging decision, improve communication with partners among other aspects.

In conclusion, a new model of care that encompasses these 5 ways to increase fertility is likely to help you cope with challenge, increase the changes of a positive outcome and set you up for a healthier lifestyle that you can maintain to live longer and better. The Enhanced Fertility Programme is an evidence-based solution that encompasses all the 5 aspects mentioned above to improve your health for fertility. Check it out here.

We are committed to supporting you, and we are giving away a Free Fertility Coaching consultation with the awarded Nurse Consultant and NLP Coach Andreia Trigo, creator of the Enhanced Fertility Programme. It’s never too late to start your fertility support plan, why not start today? Book your appointment here.

About Andreia Trigo

Andreia Trigo RN BSc MSc is the founder of the Enhanced Fertility Programme, multi-awarded nurse consultant, fertility coach, author and TEDx speaker.  Combining her fourteen-year medical experience, CBT, NLP and her own eighteen-year infertility journey, she has developed unique strategies to help people undergoing similar challenges achieve their reproductive goals. People worldwide are using The Enhanced Fertility Programme. Awarded Best Innovation in Business 2018 and E-Business of 2018.

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