Aside from keeping your blood cells and nerves healthy, vitamin B12 plays a role in the production and development of sperm. A deficiency can mean problems like loss of libido and premature ejaculation. B12 supplementation may help improve sperm count, concentration, and motility in men with fertility issues. An adult needs about 2.4 mg B12 every day for the healthy functioning of the body.
Shivlingi seeds (scientifically known as Bryonia Laciniosa) is one of ayurveda’s most well-known discoveries, specifically used for sterility treatment. These seeds are well known for their anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, analgesic, anti-fungal, antihyperlipidemic, spermatogenic and antipyretic properties. These properties make it an effective uterine tonic that can cure infertility in women. Shivlingi[.....]
In a world where your life is judged by how great you look in your Facebook posts and Instagram pics, there is a constant expectation to look your best all the time. Wanting to be always selfie-ready, however, comes at a price. The makeup industry has been telling women for years how[.....]
Endometriosis, fallopian tube blocks, and hormonal imbalances can all cause female infertility. If your periods are irregular, painful, or totally absent, it is a red flag. So are thick cervical mucus, abnormal uterine bleeding, pain during or after sex, intense fatigue during periods, and chronic pain in your pelvis, back. Spotting the signs early can avoid a difficult recovery later.
Pucker up for vit C rich foods (bell peppers, oranges, kale, papaya) and use healthier oils like olive and virgin coconut oil to prevent sperm clumping due to oxidative stress. Nibble on raw pumpkin seeds; eat oysters to help improve sperm motility. Add tomatoes, pomegranates to your diet to help replace the antioxidants depleted by smoking or alcohol consumption.
Trying to avoid pregnancy but not up to using artificial contraceptive methods? If this is putting a damper on your sex life, you might want to explore natural birth-control methods which can offer a high degree of protection. Just find out which ones really work and which ones aren’t as fail-safe before you give up the pill or go condom-free.
Ovulation day can be any day between Day 7 and 20, taking the 1st day of your last period as Day 1. Look out for raw egg white-like cervical mucus (EWCM), rising luteinizing hormone (LH) levels in the urine, and high libido. Usually, ovulation occurs 1 day after the LH peak, which is also the last day of EWCM. Have sex daily for 5 days before and on the day of ovulation or every other day from Day 7 to 20.
Infertility is traumatic as is, and then to find out a bout of appendicitis in childhood may be to blame can be devastating. Thankfully, medical science is finding that the link may be a tenuous one and, in fact, removing the appendix may even improve your chances of getting pregnant.
Ashwagandha regulates hormone levels, calms the mind and balances moods, thereby improving the body's response to both psychological and physical stress. It also counters the effect of toxic agents that can inhibit reproductive ability. Post-partum, ashwagandha can help women regain strength, and even stimulate milk production. Large doses carry risk of abortion, so be cautious.
According to traditional Chinese medicine, Gingko leaves, the Korean red ginseng, and the Peruvian maca root improves libido, sperm production and motility, and all phases of the sexual response. Ayurveda too suggests certain herbs for curing erectile dysfunction. Ashwagandha, dried roots of white asparagus, kawach, and epimedium restore fertility and increase blood supply to the penis.
High metabolism, physical exertion, diseases, mental instability and genetics can be causes for your bony structure. Liver issues can also leave your body ineffective in absorbing nutrients from food. Weak bones that easily suffer fractures, infections due to weak immunity, malnutrition, stunted growth in children, anemia and infertility can be health issues from being underweight.
Iron is vital in the production of red blood cells, important in transporting oxygen to different parts of the body. It also converts the glucose in your blood to energy, thus maintaining metabolism. Iron also plays a key role in immunity, nerve, and brain function. Include meat, seafood, spinach, and beans in your diet to maintain optimum iron levels. However, make sure you don't intake more than the required amount of 18 mg/day.
Meditation reduces cortisol levels. -Stress stimulates production of cortisol, decreases the monthly surge of luteinizing hormone (LH) which is responsible for triggering ovulation. Meditation helps reduce this. It also reduces insulin resistance and improves sex hormone balance both of which equally contribute to one's fertility.
Ayurveda teaches us that are seven tissue layers in our body and our reproductive tissues are the final, most refined layer. This means that all nutrition goes through each tissue layer (about five days at each level), becoming more and more perfect at every layer. The reverse is also true—it takes thirty-five days to just begin to cleanse out wastes and toxins from this final tissue layer. Because of this, traditionally, a couple will go through an intense three-month cleanse. Here are three reasons why cleansing is so important.
Vegetables are good for correcting hormonal imbalance and infertility issues when they are eaten raw or half boiled. But, vegetable oil is known for containing a high concentration of carbohydrates and high omega-6 –fats. The exposure of these oil packets to light and heat creates mutation in the body and[.....]
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