Tips for Preventing Infertility
Some will say that there is usually nothing that can be done to prevent infertility caused by genetic problems or illness. Lisa Olson, a nutrition specialist, health consultant and Chinese medicine researcher developed an holistic solution based on ancient Chinese system to treat infertility you can lister to her presentation by clicking here:
In addition there are actions that can be taken to decrease the possibility of infertility.
- Avoid Stress: Some stress is normal but extremes of stress or inappropriate response to stress may affect fertility. By eating inadequately or in excess, your general medical condition may deteriorate, making conception more difficult.
- Stay Healthy: While too numerous to list, many significant medical problems, especially those that are not under strict control, may damage your fertility potential over time. Stay as healthy as you can and treat existing medical problems effectively.
- Maintain Your Weight: Weight-related fertility factors are certainly known. It can affect ejaculation, sperm production, ovulation, miscarriage rates, and increase fetal malformation rates. A balanced diet is important for numerous health concerns including fertility.
- Avoid Substance Abuse: Nearly all forms of substance abuse can affect sperm production, egg release, and fetal development. These substances include recreational drugs, alcohol, and cigarettes.
- Stay Active: It is a very important part of a balanced lifestyle to stay active and healthy. Sedentary lifestyles lead to weight problems, which can potentially impact fertility.
- Be aware of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD): Either through abstinence or condoms, one should always attempt to avoid STD including HIV/AIDS, gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, herpes, and venereal warts.
- Avoid Excess Alcohol: Alcohol consumption can negatively affect fertility. However, it’s unclear how much alcohol is needed to cause this effect.
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