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Maximising Fertility With These Lifestyle Changes



Maximising Fertility With These Lifestyle Changes

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One of the very first things to do when a couple is trying to get pregnant is to make some changes to their lifestyle. A few tweaks here and there can make a world of a difference in increasing your chances of getting pregnant as well as in how your fertility is regulated by certain vital hormones. All the best infertility consultants in India will ask you to make the following lifestyle changes to increase your chances of getting pregnant.

Keep a watch on your diet

It is important that couples trying to conceive eat a healthy and balanced diet. Women who are malnourished or overweight tend to take longer to conceive. Women who are obese often experience problems with irregular periods, increased risk of miscarriage and decreased fertility. Even in men, obesity may lead to abnormal semen parameters which ultimately affect fertility. Even underweight women experience problems conceiving naturally. Speak to one of the best infertility consultants in India who will be able to advise you on a diet regime that is not too stringent and which does not affect fertility in any manner.

Include a lot more vegetables and fruit into your diet which increases your nutrient intake and ensure that you consume fewer calories. Avoid too much of caffeine as it has been found that consuming more than 7 cups of coffee or tea a day may hamper fertility. Consuming high levels of alcohol have been found to reduce fertility in men and women, as does smoking and the use of drugs.

Sleep well

Lack of stress can lead to additional stress, which in turn could lead to issues related to fertility. Be sure to get a good night’s rest by using the following tips:

  • Head to bed at the same time each night
  • Stay away from alcohol before bedtime which might interrupt your delicate sleep patterns
  • Avoid eating a heavy meal just before you hit the sack
  • Don’t drink too much of fluids before you go to bed
  • Avoid doing anything that will strain you mentally or distract you from sleep while in bed
  • Avoid stimulants like nicotine and caffeine at least three hours before bedtime.
  • Have a bedtime ritual like taking a relaxing bath
  • Don’t stress if you don’t fall asleep immediately; instead, get up and do something that relaxes you

Don’t stress yourself out

You and your spouse have been trying for two months and you still aren’t pregnant. But there’s no need to press the panic button just as yet. It is normal to feel anxious about getting pregnant, but this is a double-edged sword because anxiety in turn affects your chances of getting pregnant. Try your best not to stress yourself out and manage your emotions before they consume you and make you feel overwhelmed.

Stress has been known to affect not just your libido, but also ovulation in a woman. It can weaken your immune system, strip your body of its vital nutrients, cause stomach-related issues and lead to depression.

Get fit and active

Exercise has been known to help not just with reducing one’s weight, but also in increasing one’s libido, thereby increasing a couple’s chances of conceiving naturally. Regular moderate exercise has been found to boost energy levels, heart health, and fertility, while also burning excess fat. All it takes it just half an hour of moderate exercise 4 or 5 times a week to get you in great shape and increase your chances of getting pregnant.

 
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