Natural Ways to Boost Fertility

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The first thing you need to do is learn how to have regular periods. If you don’t, then you won’t be able to conceive naturally. You can only get pregnant if there are eggs available for implantation into your uterus. So when you don’t menstruate regularly, it means that there aren’t any eggs available for fertilization or implantation.

If you want to have children, then you need to be sexually active. And if you’re not, then you’ll never be able to get pregnant naturally. There’s no way around it!

So what are some things that will help me with my cycle?

You might think that all these natural methods would work wonders on your period problems, but they won’t really make much difference unless they’re combined together.

There are several natural ways to boost your fertility. Some of them are:

1) Eat Healthy Foods That Increase Ovulation Naturally

Ovulation is caused by hormones released during sexual activity. These hormones include estrogen and progesterone. Progesterone causes follicles (eggs) to release their egg cells which fall out of the body after ovulating women ovulate naturally.

If you want to increase your fertility naturally, then one of the best ways to do it is by eating the right kind of foods. One of these foods is fresh figs. They contain a lot of fiber and nutrients that are essential in the production of hormones.

Another great food to increase your fertility naturally is honey and wheat germ. Both of these should be taken together on a regular basis in order to kindle your period and produce hormones for ovulation.

Also, don’t forget about citrus fruits like oranges and grapefruits. These will also help you increase your fertility naturally.

2) Check Out Herbal Remedies For Fertility

Herbal remedies for fertility are also something to look into if you want to increase your chances of getting pregnant with ease, and without all the side effects of nasty chemicals or artificial hormones. Some good herbs to start with are:

Ginseng. This herb is known to improve almost every aspect of a woman’s hormonal make-up. It will certainly help in regulating your hormones and making periods come at the right time.

Saw Palmetto. This herb has been used for centuries by Native Americans to increase fertility and regulate the menstrual cycle. It also helps with painful periods and pre-menstrual syndrome.

Folic Acid. Another great herb that will help you with fertility is folic acid. It’s available on its own without any other ingredients in most drug stores and grocery shops.

3) Get Your pH Levels Checked

Keeping your body’s pH levels in the right balance can really help you when you’re trying for a baby. The reason for this is that many women have an acidic environment within their bodies, caused by things like alcohol, sugar and junk food.

An acidic environment can cause all kinds of problems, one of which is an irregular menstrual cycle and infertility. The good news is that there are some foods that can help to balance your body’s pH levels, such as:

Oranges. These delicious fruits are not only packed full of nutrients and fiber, they can also help you to maintain a healthy balance of pH within your body.

Cranberries. These berries are not only great for curing urinary tract infections, they can also help to maintain a healthy balance of pH within your body.

Cinnamon. Cinnamon has been used for centuries to treat all kinds of ailments. It can also be used to keep your pH balance in check, thus increasing your fertility.

4) Help Your Fertility By Helping Your Liver

Your liver is in charge of over 500 separate functions within the body. One of the most important ones when it comes to fertility is removing toxins from the body.

If your liver isn’t functioning at 100%, it can cause a build-up of toxins in the body, which can in turn affect your fertility. There are several simple things you can do to keep your liver healthy, such as:

Giving up things like alcohol, caffeine and drugs. These not only drain your energy, but they also end up taxing your liver and other organs.

Eating healthily. Foods that are good for the liver include broccoli, cabbage, melons, cucumber and apples.

Exercising. This not only gets your body fit and healthy, it can also help the liver to work more efficiently. Get out there and do some running, jogging or even walking every day if you can.

5) Take A Break From The Laundry

Believe it or not, there are some surprising ways in which your occupation can affect your fertility. For instance, working with certain chemicals on a regular basis can cause all kinds of problems.

If you’re not sure which ones you come into contact with on a daily basis, it might be best to ask your boss if you can be transferred to another department or at least ask them to provide you with some protective clothing.

If all else fails, think about changing professions altogether. After all, no job is worth sacrificing your health (or your future family) for.

6) Keep Cool

Extreme temperatures don’t do a body good, especially not when it comes to your fertility. Women who live in hot climates or work out in hot workplaces on a regular basis may experience issues, such as an irregular menstrual cycle or difficulty getting pregnant.

If you’re in any doubt, you might want to talk to your boss about the possibility of getting a room in the company that can be kept at a more constant temperature. Alternatively, you could try to take more breaks out of the sun when working outside.

7) Use Your Noodly Appendage

For men, keeping your fertility high is as simple as keeping your noodly appendage safe. In other words, avoid activities that can damage your manhood. This includes:

Avoiding excessive heat. Just like extreme cold, heat can have a damaging effect on your fertility in general.

Not riding your motorcycle without a helmet. Studies have shown that this can significantly increase the chances of impotence, especially if you suffer from an injury to your lower appendages as a result.

Not using drugs. In case you hadn’t already figured it out, drugs are bad for you in general. They damage various parts of your body and they can even prevent you from being able to create children.

8) Don’t Climb On The Bed

Or more specifically, don’t jump off the bed or any other piece of furniture. One of the worst things you can do to your chances of getting pregnant is to fall and hit your groin. If you’re a woman who is experiencing difficulty in this area, you might want to ask your partner to be a little more careful around you.

Of course, it doesn’t hurt to remind him every now and again of the potential dangers of falling.

Of course, if you’re a man who is experiencing issues with fertility or impotence, you might want to take some of these tips into consideration. In some cases, the health of your partner can be just as important as your own, after all.

9) Be Careful When You’re Unconscious

In the same way that you should be careful not to damage your fertility while you’re awake, you should also take care not to damage yourself when you’re asleep, especially if you tend to sleepwalk. Falling off a balcony or getting into fights can have all kinds of negative effects on your reproductive organs.

Of course, as with anything in life, it’s best not to worry too much and just enjoy yourself. After all, trying too hard to have a child can have the opposite effect. Just be careful and cautious in those moments when you need to be, and try your best to enjoy the rest of your life as well.

Infertility is a sensitive issue for many couples, so if you need someone to talk to, don’t hesitate to contact a therapist or look for support groups in your area. You’d be surprised at how much support and understanding you can receive from people who are also experiencing similar circumstances.

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On fertile ground: A natural history of human reproduction by S Fisher – The Journal of Clinical Investigation, 2008 – Am Soc Clin Investig

Male infertility: the effect of natural antioxidants and phytocompounds on seminal oxidative stress by PT Ellison, PT Ellison – 2009 – books.google.com

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