Posted by ingrid on July 3, 2012
Perhaps you’ve received this difficult diagnosis. If so, your possibilities for having a #baby are still very good, assuming you take supportive action. One of the very most effective routes to pursue is lifestyle changes that increase your #relaxation and excellent #stress #management. In addition to many available choices, HypnoFertility stands out.
A program created by Lynsi Eastburn, the author of “It’s Conceivable!”, this approach is unique and results are impressive. With a thorough, consistent approach, the mind is engaged to support the process of healthy conception, pregnancy, and birth. Visit www.ZHypnotherapy.com and learn more.
Posted by ingrid on September 16, 2011
A recent wellness newsletter I read says “It’s all about lifestyle”. That is also true of fertility. All your choices in how you live, from food to recreation to sleep habits, all combine and provide the conglomeration of factors that determine your fertility. We are all exposed to a barrage of chemicals and pollutants in our environment, whether we choose it or not. We also have many, many opportunities to either enhance or detract from our overall health and wellness.
Over the last 9 months I have been immersed in researching both the causes for infertility and the range of options for increasing fertility. It all points to one consistent factor: overall health of the prospective parents is key. The father’s health is verging on being as important as the mother’s (current statistics indicate 40 to 50% of the time it is the “male” factor that is causing a couple’s infertility!).
Although mainstream medicine would have you believe a very healthy and fit 35 year old woman should get in the queue for IVF, there are many options that actually support health and lifelong wellness that are also supportive of healthy conception. Examining your lifestyle for optimum wellness and making changes and enhancements is a smart start to a lifelong wellness path that includes natural fertility.
Posted by ingrid on April 2, 2011
Enhancing your fertility naturally is important and is a part of a complete healthy lifestyle. While much of the emphasis is on future moms, the male fertility factor is now getting needed attention. (more…)