Unexplained infertility can be worrying and daunting. Yet there are many women who get pregnant after a diagnosis of irreversible barrenness. These 10 tips will help you improve your fertility.
1) Pay attention to the language you use. Your body is listening to every word you say. Are you sterile or do you have difficulty conceiving?
2) Never, never, never blame yourself. Symptoms are not a punishment. It is the way your body and heart asks for attention. Read and watch uplifting stories of others who turned their barrenness into a life-changing chance to heal and birth the not-yet-born facets of their own nature.
3) Take note of any unpleasant sentiments and images you may have about parenthood.
4) Eat mixtures of foods that are more easy to digest. Your body will have more energy available to balance hormone levels and nourish a baby.
5) Deepen your relationship to nutrition especially if you have a tendency to overeat. Estrogen is stored and produced in your fat cells. Levels of fat play an important role in conception.
6) Eat organic, fresh, nutrient filled healthy foods as much as humanly possible. Exposure to synthetic estrogens in insecticides is toxic and confusing to your endocrine glands.
7) Decrease intake of processed flour,eg bread and baked goods. Incorporate whole grains brown rice, quinoa, millet and buckwheat. The fiber in these foods promotes the excretion of toxins from your body.
8) Avoid the utilising of tobacco, alcohol and caffeine. They burden the liver and kidneys, a couple of the main organs answerable for sweeping out excess estrogen and keeping your hormones and immune system in balance.
9) Avoid contraception tablets. They interrupt natural ovarian function and are linked with impaired reproductive health.
10) Seek accomplishment on the job front. Ensure your work gives you a chance to use your abilities and your creativity.
Julia Indichova is the author of Inconceivable and The Fertile Female (Adell Press, 2007) and the creator of the Fertile Heart Ovum workshops. For a jolt of inspiration, take a quick look at the Fertile Heart Stories video.
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