How to increase your fertility naturally

How to improve fertility

It seems every day there are more couples with fertility problems. Although in extreme cases, IVF may be the only way, there are often natural remedies and aids that can help conceive a baby without being in vitro fertilization.

Beware of some herbs!

For example, several plants have a contraceptive effect in women so not to abuse them. High dose of pepper, ginger, saffron, aloe, cinnamon, bee balm and St. John's wort, affect fertility.

Men should avoid St. John's wort as it has a negative impact on male fertility and make sure you are getting enough vitamins B12, C and E, plus zinc and selenium.

Beware of contaminated food!

Although undoubtedly omega 3 fatty acids are good for health, not to limit our intake of fatty fish, can be a problem. As demonstrated, the mercury levels are not healthy and many of the fish that contain this type of fatty acids (tuna, mackerel, shark and salmon) can be a dangerous source of mercury.

Of course, you should take hormone-free foods and avoid pesticides and artificial hormones that can affect fertility and the likelihood of conception.

Foods that promote fertility

Foods that can improve fertility include fruits and vegetables of different colors and rich in antioxidants such as red peppers, oranges, mangoes, apples, figs, potatoes, nuts and carrots.

Foods rich in calcium also increases the chance of conceiving. For women, prenatal preparation may include relaxing exercise as it helps reduce stress and improves the chances of getting pregnant.

Relaxation classes and will teach you exercises to strengthen the muscles of the body, which later used during labor.

Finally, you may also want to consider acupuncture treatments that have been successful in helping a lot of women get pregnant.

Both partners should take a daily multivitamin with folic acid and eat a balanced diet.

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