So, you’re trying to fall pregnant, but currently with not much luck. Then you’ve arrived at the right blog! When we’re at school, no one tells us about the time it can take to actually become pregnant, and when we start to try for a baby, it can come as a little shock. Either way, there’s no need to panic just yet. I’ve popped together five simple ways us women can boost fertility naturally to fall pregnant fast.
Please take a note of my tips, and if you have any questions feel free to contact me on email@example.com
GET SOME SUN -
A surprising one to start with, but soaking in some sunshine can really help boost your fertility naturally. Although, taking a supplement of Vitamin D3 may be a better alternative as it can be more controlled and safer for your skin.
Nevertheless, it’s a well-known fact that Vitamin D can improve your mood…and when it comes to anxiety and infertility, it can’t hurt to improve your mood!
How does Vitamin D3 benefit Fertility & Pregnancy?
Improves sperm quality (get your man tanning with you too!)
Improves reproductive health
Enhances immune system, thereby helping lower risk of problems with implantation or miscarriages
Reduces risk of pre-eclampsia, premature delivery and pregnancy complications
Improves mothers general health during pregnancy, thus reducing need for medication which would lead to further implications
Virtually eliminates type 1 diabetes
Decreased risk of infections, asthma, eczema in newborns
Decreases risk of mother having vaginal infections
Reduces risk of autism
Plays an important role in immune modulation for mother and baby
EAT A GOOD BREAKFAST
Foodies will be pleased to know that consuminga large, nutritious breakfast (not coco-pops) can lead to a more regulated ovulation cycle and improved fertility. I believe it’s important to eat a well-balanced diet so that your body can be in the best health for pregnancy. Why not try my fertility boosting breakfast tomorrow morning?
It’s also vital that your partner is undertaking a vitamin-rich diet, as research suggests that men who consume essential nutrients such as folic acid and zinc can increase sperm count. Why not make breakfast the time you spend with your partner? Get up a little earlier and relax eating breakfast together before the craziness of the day begins.
If you’d like more information on this, please read my blog on fertility diets.
REDUCE CAFFIENE AND ALCOHOL
Unsurprisingly reducing alcohol and caffiene can help you fall pregnant faster. Many encourage cutting out both completely, and if you can do this without it affecting your mood then I’d more than advise it. But ultimately, it is important to feel relaxed and happy when trying to fall pregnant, and if enjoying one glass of wine with your meal helps you feel this way, then don’t feel bad about it. But, please try and avoid drinking heavily.
EAT MORE AVOCADOS
Avocados are full of monounsaturated fats, and monounsaturated fat can boost the rate of implantation. They really are the superfood of fertility boosting!
We talked about breakfast earlier, why not add avocado on wholemeal toast to your breakfast menu?
GENTLE EXERCISE -
Gentle exercise is a key factor to helping boost fertility. I recommend fertility yoga to my clients as there are specific movements that help increase fertility by helping stimulate blood flow to the uterus.
If you’re not sure about fertility yoga, try going for a long but leisurely walk each day. The main artery that supplies blood to our legs is also responsible for providing blood to our uterus, and ovaries so gentle movement is a must, especially if you work in an office.
Gentle exercise daily naturally boosts your levels of Serotonin, the mood boosting hormone! Feeling happy and content is also key to falling pregnant.
It’s also important to note that exercising too much can have an adverse impact on ovulation. Excess exercise creates stress on the body, which takes energy and blood flow away from the reproductive organs, which is what we want to avoid.
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