• 10 DEC 13
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    Your stress level today affects your baby for years to come!

    Your stress level today affects your baby for years to come!

    If have been a patient of mine, or have followed some of my writing recently, you are probably aware of my mentioning of the body’s stress hormone cortisol.  If you want a brief refresher, go HERE to read more. Often I talk with women who are struggling with fertility, how the mere fact of not

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    • 02 SEP 13
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    The Stress Hormone Infertility Connection

    The Stress Hormone Infertility Connection

    The recent stats from the CDC say that between 6-7 million women suffer from infertility of some kind. This is staggering to me. What is even more confusion is that there is no rhyme or reason to these statistics. What I mean by this is, what common factors are at work here?

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    • 15 FEB 14
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    Stressed Out Sperm

    Stressed Out Sperm

    When it comes to fertility health, the men are just important as the women.  From a nutritional perspective, a man’s lifestyle can have a huge impact on the quality of his swimmers. When men have low or low-normal testosterone, this is of great concern because it can affect the sperm quality as well as motility. 

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    • 03 FEB 14
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    Adrenal Fatigue and Fertility

    Adrenal Fatigue and Fertility

    For some, prolonged stress and anxiety can be a daily occurrence. Whether it’s pushing to get through a long work day, excessive worrying, or spending the days trying to recover from a lack of sleep, constant stress on the adrenal glands can have a negative impact on your overall well being and fertility health. What

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    • 19 DEC 13
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    5 Hormones and Their Role Before and During Pregnancy

    5 Hormones and Their Role Before and During Pregnancy

    Balanced hormones play a big part in becoming pregnant and in the health of a developing baby. When hormone levels are too high or too low, it can affect a woman’s ability to become and stay pregnant.  Most women know hormones are important, but what do they do? Take a look at just a few

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