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For a couple, nothing can be more gratifying and enthralling than observing the two red lines in a pregnancy test (indicating a positive result). However, for some, going the family way may not be smooth sailing. Infertility problems are nothing new. Surprisingly, over the last decade or two, incidences of infertility have seen a steady elevation. Infertility is not always an outcome of medical conditions or health ailments. External factors including our choice of foods and the lifestyle we lead can be instrumental in triggering infertility and related gynaecological problems. Getting to the root of the problem and coming up with an effective treatment is of prime importance to deal with infertility.
The goodness of Homeopathic Medicines in dealing with Infertility:
With an impressive success rate in treating infertility (both in men and women), Homeopathy has become one of the most sought-after alternate forms of medicine. Hormonal balance is vital for the healthy functioning of the body, including the reproductive system. Any disruption of the hormonal balance can trigger deleterious consequences affecting an individual beyond imagination. In many cases of infertility and gynaecological disorders, the hormonal imbalance is found to be the main wrecker in chief. In such instances, the Homeopathic medicines aim at restoring the hormonal balance naturally without any complications or side-effects.
In some individuals, infertility can also stem from stress, anxiety, depression or some medical conditions such as PCOS, endometriosis, diabetes, thyroid problems, obesity, to name a few. The Homeopathic medicines or treatment may not be the same for all affected people. It is based on the physical as well the mental health of the individual to ensure a long-lasting solution to the problem.
The first step in treating infertility involves bringing about positive changes in the lifestyle including the dietary habits.
Foods rich in trans and saturated fats, simple sugars such as margarine, microwave popcorn, cookies, pastries, doughnuts or similar baked food items, aerated drinks and beverages, coffee, soy products, fried and processed foods, high glycemic foods can worsen the problem of infertility. Instead, enrich your diet with unsaturated fats and low glycemic foods. Increase your intake of fibrous foods. Fruits (apples, pear, grapefruits, oranges, plums, cherries), almonds, dried apricots, non-starchy and green leafy vegetables, whole grains, seeds (pumpkin, flax or sesame), quinoa, can work wonders to negate the factors that contributed towards infertility. These foods also aid in restoring the hormonal balance to a great extent
Keep the mind and the body stress-free. Indulge in meditation, exercise or music therapy. Rest and sleep play a pivotal role in keeping the body (physical as well as mental) calm and relaxed.
Try to maintain a healthy body weight can go a long way in dealing with infertility in both men and women.