Infertility News Articles & Tips
There have been a number of studies conducted into the connection between neuroscience and infertility and these studies look into how your brain sends “pregnancy lockdown” signals to your body. Sounds bizarre doesn’t it?
But is it possible, can you really be thinking yourself infertile?
And more importantly CAN you therefore, think yourself fertile?
When you’re trying to get pregnant and those pee sticks show minus signs month after month, it can feel like you’re the only one who’s having fertility issues. But you’re not alone — Hollywood, royalty, supermodels, singers, Olympic athletes and more have all had problems in the baby-making department, too.
Here is a roundup of celebrities who’ve dealt with infertility and the successful steps they’ve taken to finally become mamas.
I know you’ve probably heard it a million times from well wishers telling you that you need to relax and not stress so much and you’ll get pregnant.
But the fact is…..it’s true!
Stress is a major contributor to infertility and a whole host of other illnesses.
However, it’s probably the most difficult thing to cut out of your life. Many women who struggle to get pregnant have very stressful lives, many are in senior positions at work and make very little time for themselves or their partners / families.
This is a simple fact of modern life but also has a serious impact on our ability to get pregnant.
So what can you do, I hear you cry!
Think back to when you were a child…..
Whatever your memories most people will recall a time when they felt free and able to express themselves creatively. How many times did you go out with your friends playing cowboys and Indians, police chases skipping songs or whatever other imaginary role play games you happened to dream up that day?
On top of that you frequently sang at the top of your voice for anyone to hear and quite frankly didn’t care what you sounded like, whether you had the right words or who heard you.
You also painted, drew and made whatever mess you could with sticky tape and glue.
The word ‘Femininity‘ has had a bit of bad press over the years and has come to be associated with feminism on one hand – with the connotation of harsh women acting like men and stabbing men in the back to get to the top, bra burning vigilantes, and on the other hand ‘girly’,‘weak’, ‘prissy’, ‘old fashioned house wife’.
So what is femininity actually?
It’s plain and simply the way in which women connect with themselves. You may have heard the phrase the ‘divine feminine’. New age hippy mumbo jumbo I hear you cry! Well whatever your view point the fact is that women are feminine and men are masculine from birth and have the relevant hormones to support that.
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