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4 ways to prevent stress induced infertility

]It's tough enough to be dealing with infertility. Anxiety is typically worsened by the emotional upheaval of fertility therapy, uncertainty, and a feeling of helplessness. Environmental stressors such as viruses, other illnesses, family issues, and employment concerns only contribute to the anxiety.

Does Stress Actually Affect Fertility? - The New York Times

1. Exercise 

Any type of exercise can help you manage with stress and anxiety. It doesn't have to be a rigorous workout to be effective. Regular walking has been shown to decrease anxiety and depression symptoms. Any workout that you enjoy and can do 3-5 times per week can help you improve your fitness and mood.

2. Health diet

It's natural to crave sweet, salty, or fatty comfort foods when you're stressed. One cookie won't hurt, but eating fast food on a regular basis and avoiding vegetables and fruits is detrimental for your health and fertility. Eat lean protein, fruits, veggies, and whole grains to keep your body healthy, and avoid fried foods, fast food, and products with added sugar.

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3. Get Rid of Bad Habits

Be kind to your body. Smoking addiction, drug abuse, and excessive alcohol consumption all contribute to infertility, as well as stress and worry. Quitting is difficult, but consider this: you'll have to quit eventually when you become pregnant! You're doing it for yourself, but also for the sake of your children's future.

4. Stay positive, be happy

Make time for fun and amusement, as well as other activities that you enjoy. Play board games with your partner or friends, watch old comedy shows, look for goofy animations, or whatever it takes to make you laugh. Take pleasure in the simple pleasures of life. This condition will pass, and worrying won't make a difference!

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