Habits, health, and home. Habits are little decisions that make and break your livelihood. The better your habits are the better your future health will be. Fertility health is something that is lost in the whirl of our bad habits and the realization hits only when its too late. This blog is a reminder and to pull you back before you have drowned.
Focus on the core three – food, exercise and lifestyle choices. It’s the holy trinity for healthcare. Develop a habit of eating healthy, exercising for the health and leading a healthy life.
Antioxidants improves the quality of sperm and helps in conception in women.
Multivitamins has micronutrients that help in fertility.
Protein from vegetables decreases the risk of ovulatory infertility.
Watermelon combined with raw fruits and vegetables can improve your egg quality.
Another million-dollar vegetable named Kale is excellent for oestrogen metabolism.
There’s nothing like a good morning walk combined with a nice podcast playing in your earphones. It has the ability to boost you mentally as well as physically. People often think infertility as a physical issue. For those people, I would like to say, “Think again”. Infertility starts to sprout up in a human being because of physical as well as mental shortcomings.
Your today’s choices can come and bite you in the back in the future. Healthy lifestyle choices like regular exercise, meditation, and sports can make a world of difference in your day-to-day life. Who knows? Your sexual health can also be defined by your lifestyle choices. Tobacco and alcohol intake can take a toll on your sexual health irrespective of your gender and age.
If your think you’re already too late to change your lifestyle choices, there are other options you could opt to overcome your difficulties. Some of them may include talking to your friend about your difficulties, join a support group, or choose a new hobby to get your mind off of alcohol.