The journey from the time you decide to have a child to conception, then pregnancy, and hopefully a beautiful, healthy baby is a process. For some, this is a relatively brief trip because everything happens as it should. For others, this can seem like an interminable and exhausting marathon lasting years. Who knows why so many women and couples have fertility issues? Many factors come into play such as stress, inadequate nutrition, lack of exercise, and poor lifestyle habits. These are some that you have control over and account for over 95% of infertility issues. The other 5% is due to genetic factors that cannot be changed so require western medical treatment.
2012 is right around the corner, and this is the time when many people think about setting resolutions for the New Year.
Making time for regular exercise is essential to your overall health and fitness plan. But, many people find it difficult to stay on track with their program once the initial enthusiasm of the New Year has faded. Developing an exercise and fitness habit is not an easy thing. If it was, there wouldn’t be so many broken New Year’s resolutions.
So, how can you stay on track in 2012? Here are 5 tips you can take to improve your chances of success.
Infertility is an issue of major concern, affecting up to 1 in 6 couples. The American Pregnancy Association (APA) estimates that about 6 million American women have fertility challenges every year and about 2 million couples have problems with fertility.