Stress & Infertility


If you or someone you know is trying to get pregnant, you may have heard pieces of advice like, "Just relax, and it will happen!" But the truth is a bit more complex.

Whether stress can make getting pregnant difficult is still a matter of debate. However, what is definitively known is that stress-related factors can make it harder to conceive.


Stress & Infertility

Stress is a situation that challenges or threatens our normal state of mind. Although we need some stress to challenge and keep us motivated, chronic stress is not suitable for you. Chronic stress, if left untreated, can lead to anxieties and phobias of various kinds.

Stress itself may not directly cause infertility, but it can lead to lifestyle factors that may make it more challenging to get pregnant. Aside from the everyday stressors you may experience, you might discover that infertility causes tremendous stress.

To ease the feeling of being overwhelmed, consider seeing a therapist at LOW-COST IVF TREATMENT IN INDIA, the best fertility Treatment in Bangalore, India.

The correlation between stress and infertility has been a long debate. Although stress does not directly affect fertility, it might affect certain bodily functions, which can affect fertility. Let us consider what pressure is and some of its physiological effects.

Stress, Lifestyle Factors, and Infertility

Stress can push people toward unhealthy behaviors that have been proven to impact fertility. For example, when you're stressed out, you may:

  • Sleep too much or too little
  • Have a more challenging time sticking to healthy eating habits
  • Skip regular exercise or exercise too much
  • Addict to alcoholic drinks
  • Smoke
  • Too much caffeine intake when sleep-deprived
  • Very few sexual activities

Ways to Reduce Stress

  • Be positive
  • Engage in regular exercise
  • Change your diet
  • Get enough sleep
  • Avoid taking recreational drugs, caffeine, and other stimulants.
  • Spend some time doing things you like.
  • Learn meditation or yoga

If none of these methods help you relax, it is recommended that you meet LOW-COST IVF TREATMENT IN INDIA, the best fertility Treatment in Bangalore, India.

Our fertility specialist might be able to help you identify the exact cause of infertility and prescribe lifestyle changes, medications, or a combination of both, to help improve fertility.



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