... your weight can affect your ability to conceive? In fact, reaching a healthy body weight when trying to conceive can increase fertility significantly!
… ovulation day is not necessarily the best day to try to conceive a child? Instead, research has found that a woman's capacity to conceive seems to end on ovulation day.
… 1 in 8 couples have trouble getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy?
Whether you're just starting, or have been at it for a while, trying to conceive can be both an exciting and stressful time. Fertility isn’t a given, but fortunately, there are things you can do to boost your reproductive health and in turn, your fertility.
My goal is to inform you of ways to get both you and your partner in top shape to prepare for pregnancy.
During this online class, I will discuss complementary therapies, supplements, and a number of techniques to help you get started.
Don't fall victim of the following fertility myths:
During our time together, I will be addressing several of these myths and explaining what science has to say about different methods of improving fertility. When trying to conceive there are steps you may have not even considered!
Hormone balance, above all, is key when trying to boost fertility levels. During Preparing for Pregnancy you will learn which supplements work best for egg and sperm health as well as other ways to improve reproductive health, fertility, and overall wellbeing during this special time.
Many couples are overstressed.
Many couples aren’t at a healthy weight.
Many couples don’t understand the conception process and how to plan for fertile days.
Many couples are exposed to an abundance of environmental toxins.
Many couples don’t think about conception until they have tried and failed for too long.
There is no reason you shouldn’t make a plan when trying to conceive.
Planning can make the process much smoother.