6 Tips to Boost Fertility, While Your Rishta Aunty is Approaching You

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The problem of your Rishta may have been solved by the Rishta aunty but your health issues may just start to begin. Fertility is an aspect of our health which is taken for granted by most people but in reality, even a minor stressor may just strike your body down. If you are one of those who is striving to conceive, following are 5 simple health tips which can help you fertile.

Stay Well Nourished:

Staying well nourished may help increase ones chance of conceiving, including enough protein, iron, zinc, vitamin C and vitamin D in diet will help ovulate normally, which will also lessen the chances of early miscarriage. Therefore a daily intake of vitamins and food rich in protein such as meaning, beans and eggs etc may help fight against infertility. Find and consult the best Nutritionist in Lahore or any other main city of Pakistan via marham.pk.

Drink wisely:

There have been mixed results in different studies. However, one of the researches suggests caffeine affects women hormone levels. Therefore consider cutting back on caffeine while trying to conceive and also during pregnancy.

Be a Weight Watcher:

One of the key to a healthy life is to reduce excess body fat, since it may lead to an overproduction of certain hormones which may disrupt ovulation. Excess body weight may lead to irregularities and may ovulate less often which lowers down one’s chances of getting pregnant. On the other hand being underweight is also not good, which means one’s body and not produce enough hormones to ovulate each month or sustain a pregnancy if conceived already. Therefore, it is essential to exercise and have a workout routine in order to maintain a healthy weight.

Avoid Exposure With Pesticides:

Pakistan is an agrarian society which is why there is a frequent use of pesticides and herbicides. These are chemical used to kill insects and weeds which may be harmful to crops. Studies have found out that exposure to these pesticide leads to a decrease in male fertility and may also affect female fertility by inhibiting ovarian function and disturbing the cycle. A study has also found out that consuming fruits and vegetables with pesticides can affect sperm count with not just quantity but quality as well. Hence, usage of organic fruits and vegetables and washing those with residues carefully may be a positive caution.

Live stress-free:

Stressors are part of daily life but little do we know that stress hampers fertility. According to a study conducted on 401 couples who were trying to get pregnant found that women with the highest levels of stress had a lower probability of pregnancy than the ones who had lower levels. Therefore, managing stress through relaxation techniques may normalize hormonal changes, such techniques may include, breathing exercise, meditation and yoga etc. Find and consult the Best Gynecologists In Karachi or any other main city of Pakistan via marham.pk.

Healthy Man:

In a male dominated society like Pakistan overlooking males’ reproductive health is common. However, the same things which may harm a female’s fertility, there are a number of issues related to males reproductive health too. Cigarette and a poor diet may be a contributor of low sperm production and motility. Therefore consuming enough nutrients every day for example vitamins E, C and mineral selenium may help in healthy sperm production.

These five tips are just a few recommendations for helping achieve pregnancy, consulting a urologist may help in getting the best advice after proper check-ups. Some of the best Urologists in Lahore or main cities of Pakistan are registered at Marham, make your way to a healthy pregnancy.

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Atlas Burni
She is a UK graduate in Journalism and communication with ample experience in different fields of health, media and journalism which includes some credible and renowned media outlets. Display of strong communication skills and a keen interest in food lead her to develop a habit of writing on not just health and food but also various other issues, which contributes in some achievements to her name.