Infertility is indeed one of the most frustrating things, but getting pregnant and the hopes of having a child fails due to miscarriage is even worse, especially when it happens repeatedly. This is totally wrong if you blame yourself for the miscarriage, or consider yourself a victim of the same. Apart from physiological reasons, hormonal and reproductive system imbalance are other factors that might lead to miscarriage. There are some cases in which you cannot do much, but changing your lifestyle a little can be really helpful. Here are some factors that contribute to infertility and we control it in some way or the other.
I am sure a lot of people must have told you the same thing, multiple times. But over the years, we have observed one common thing in the ladies who go through infertility and miscarriage, i.e. stress. Relieving stress has also proved to be quite effective and women have succeeded in having a healthy child. Some common ways to relieve stress include yoga, writing, deep breathing or doing whatever you love doing.
Infertility can also affect you if your diet isn’t balanced and healthy. It’s not just about maintaining the body mass index, but it’s also about eating foods that promote fertility. There are certain foods that regularise hormones, like Carrots, grapes, papaya, pumpkin and even aloe vera, and its regular intake can fix the hormonal imbalance and make you fertile.
Meditation doesn’t only help you release stress, but it also heals the body from the inside and your sleep cycle is also improved, which is another factor that helps in regularising hormones. This makes sure you are healthy, not just physically, but mentally as well,
However, there are some other reasons too that lead to infertility, like blocked fallopian tubes, physical problems with the uterus. You must also consult your gynecologist if you are having fertilities issues despite improving your lifestyle.