Let’s take a look at our Fertile Body Model.
We have broken it down to these 5 categories so it is easy for you to understand, and follow the steps:
General health for getting pregnant is not only about maintaining a healthy weight, eat well and exercise. There are many other factors often overlooked that affects fertility. For example regular sleep pattern for a balanced hormones, exposure to substances that you are not aware is harmful for a fertile body etc many more.
Reproductive health is crucial to create a safe space for pregnancy. Your menstrual cycle, menstrual symptoms, menstrual blood, volume, texture and smell are all an indication of your reproductive health, and there are many ways of ensuring your reproductive health is working well.
Stress & Healing
Miscarriages, injury, diseases, operations and trauma, and also the pressure to getting pregnant can be a major stress factor in your life. Studies has shown the negative impact stress has on infertility or IUI-IVF outcome. So you it is important that your body heal from this trauma before trying to get pregnant.
Nutrition & Supplements
Well balanced nutrition is not enough to create fertile body. Knowledge in choosing the right fertility diet and recognising when it is necessary to take supplements if the daily food intake is not sufficient for a specific nutrients is a very important step to getting pregnant.
Mind & Body Connection
There is a direct connection between the mental and emotional state of the human body. Many studies has shown the relationship between stress or negative feelings to infertility issues. There are many mind-body techniques you can do to bring balance and peace in order to create your fertile body.