The Science on Stress and Fertility
It has long been suspected that fertility can be reduced by high stress levels. Now a study at Ohio Stete University has confirmed it by measuring levels of stress-related chemicals in 501 couples with no known fertility problems. They found that women with high levels of alpha-amylase (linked to adrenaline) were more than twice as likely to be unable to conceive for more than a year.
The problem with knowing that
Couples who are anxious to conceive are more likely to worry about their stress levels if they know that increased stress might prevent them from conceiving! They try harder to relax, but trying = making an effort which is not relaxing, so because it is vitally important that they relax, they try harder!
Yoga is very good for you, but if you haven't done it before, you have to learn yoga, and you want to get pregnant NOW! Meditation is another path you might consider, but again, if you're not already pretty good at meditating how much difference is sitting there surrounded by candles, bored out of your brain and wondering what chakras actually are, going to make THIS month?
Hypnotherapy is EASY!
New clients often say to me: "You'll have trouble with me - I never relax! Always dashing about, I never sit down!" They needn't worry: they're just not in the habit of relaxing. Deep relaxation is so easy and it feels great - most people will have had the feeling before, on holiday on a sunbed or in a nice warm bath. Only with hypnosis you can go deeper still and the feeling only gets nicer. Not only that, I can teach you how to do it yourself so that you can really increase your chances of conceiving by doing deep relaxation every day at home if you like!
Now doesn't that sound easier than learning yoga? Call me (Chris) now on 0161-474-8120 or call/text any time, any day on 07748 838 644 for more info! No chakras involved... (well, there might be, I don't really know!)
Consultant Hypnotherapist Chris Holmes is Director of Central Hypnotherapy and has been helping the people of Stockport, Manchester, Cheshire and Tameside chill out since August 2000.