People always think that getting pregnant and get children is a very easy task because it’s a natural procedure which goes on along with the age. That may be music to your ears when you’re young, single, and now here you are near ready for babies. But it’s very sad to say that this natural procedure is not as easy as people think for everybody. Many couples struggle to conceive for many years. The reality of infertility is daunting, stressful, and extremely life-interrupting. So, are you one of them, who are struggling to get pregnant without success? If yes, then you need to pay a close attention to this.
Infertility has taken place in the mid of those illness which comes under the leading diseases of today’s society. Millions of couples are battling with any type of infertility and they are ready to spend a huge amount of money on treatments for infertility. The saddest part is that in many cases, the body can reverse infertility naturally if given the correct resources. Unable to get pregnant or infertility is also like any other disease, is simply a sign that something is not right inside the body and must be fixed. People around us have seen very few health related problems that cause such pain and anxiety in order to get pregnant naturally but not able to do. According to a recent survey, it has been found that all the couples, who have changed their diet and lifestyle factors, actually conceived. All of them ages between 21 and 45. The 100% success rate was found after observing personally. In the other hand only 20% success rate was seen for in vitro fertilization (IVF).
Infertility is often found a very complex issue which needs a very simple solution. There are several confounding factors that can lead you to infertility, which is why conventional treatment is rarely as effective… it simply can’t address all the possible causes. According to health experts, it has been found that fertility drugs and artificial hormones of any kind, which include birth control, can make underlying problems even worse and make future fertility more difficult.
Male and female infertility causes
There are several reasons for infertility in women like hormone imbalance, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Endometriosis, Anovulatory Cycles, physical blockage, inadequate hormone production, short luteal phase, lack of luteinizing hormone, high levels of prolactin, and many others. Malnutrition often plays a key role, as does exposure to toxins. We actually think that age is also a very important factor but it has a very less role before menopause. There are several fertility specialists out there, in many cases it is not possible for them to test for and address any of these possible underlying issues. Sometimes extreme fertility treatments do work for some but it can be very emotionally and physically exhausting and very expensive.
Infertility in men presents differently. It can be premature ejaculation while to others, it could be lack of libido, erectile dysfunction e.t.c. many people thinks that as a man gets old so do his sexual urge and abilities decline but why? The actual fact is that nothing has changed in the body of the man rather his activities and lifestyles has led to some nutrients not been in their right quantities in his body. If these nutrients were still present, he will still perform as if he were are youth! That is why it is said that “Modern life style of man is not friendly to a man’s libido. Here is good news that dietary and lifestyle changes can make a tremendous difference in fertility, and often help with other issues like excess weight, lack of energy, blood sugar problems, skin issues, and insomnia in the process.
How to get back fertility
Infertility is a sign that something went wrong inside and you need to fix it. So, the first and most important step is NUTRITION. Many of us these days are not taking full nutritious diet and that are why we comes under the list of undernourished, despite being overweight. The body simply will not allow conception to occur or a pregnancy to continue if it doesn’t have the basic foundation it needs to sustain a pregnancy. Many Couples turn to a low-fat, high fiber diet in an attempt to increase health and lose weight. Weight loss has been shown to increase fertility, but losing weight in this way is rarely effective for increasing fertility because it deprives the body of the necessary proteins and fats necessary for hormone production.