How to Avoid Habits that Decrease Female Fertility

Yad Tech is maker of Fertil Pro for Women, a revolutionary and scientifically designed natural supplement for addressing female fertility. While this supplement is carefully researched based upon scientific findings, what you are doing while taking it is also important in reaching the goal at hand: natural conception. Use this guide to learn about detrimental habits you should try and correct or avoid altogether to help improve your odds of conception.

Manage Your Body Mass Index
If you have a few extra pounds that you’ve packed on over the years, they could be preventing you from getting pregnant. Fat cells have been shown to cause imbalance in your hormones. One study has shown that women who have more fat cells actually produce more estrogen, causing imbalance. When the body produces too much estrogen it can actually prevent pregnancy in the same manner that birth control pills do. Commit to daily exercise and a balanced diet to correct this.

Reduce Intake of Caffeinated Beverages
It’s difficult to curb that desire to drink a hot cup of coffee in the morning or to reach for that energy drink. Since caffeine is a stimulant, it helps us wake up and shake off the grogginess of slumber. However, numerous studies have postulated that women who intake 300 milligrams of caffeine per day suffer from reduced fertility. Even 50 milligrams of caffeine – the equivalent of about a cup of coffee or green tea – can reduce fertility. Look instead to natural energy boosters that don’t contain caffeine.

Banish Alcohol from Your Lifestyle
One of the very worst things that you can do when trying to increase female fertility is to drink, even in moderated and controlled amounts. A 2003 Danish study concluded that women who consumed seven or fewer drinks per week suffered from reduced fertility levels. Another Danish study (from the 80s) noted that just six drinks per week caused the same effect. Numerous recent studies purport that excessive drinking causes too much cell damage and contributes to hormonal imbalance, thus negatively impacting fertility. The solution: banish alcohol until after you have your baby.

Avoid Smoke at All Costs
If you are a smoker, the reality is that you should not even try to have a baby until you have defeated the habit. Tobacco smoke contains thousands of harmful toxins and carcinogens that mar fertility health and contribute to countless deadly diseases. For that matter, secondhand smoke is even more toxic. Avoid smoking even in moderation, and do your best to limit exposure to secondhand smoke while trying to conceive and especially after conception.

How to Avoid Habits that Decrease Female Fertility

Moderate and Control Stress Levels
It can be hard to de-stress after a long day, but doing so can help maintain good hormonal balance. Stress causes the body to age and denigrates the cell structures and health, including egg health. There are a number of different activities that you can pursue that can help you moderate or eliminate stress. Consider exercising, yoga, meditation, massage and other methods to limit or remove stress from your life.