Studies show that there is a link between meditation practice and hormone balance. By adopting a plan of meditation, you can calm your mind and centre your body - and also reduce the physical and emotional stress that can be associated with fertility treatments such as in vitro fertilisation (IVF).
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- The problem: Male Infertility
For men, the main issue in fertility stems from low testosterone, low luteinizing hormone (LH) and low luteinizing-hormone-releasing hormone (LHRH) levels, resulting in smaller testes and less functional sperm.
Whether a consequence of psychological stressors or physical ones brought about by working too hard or exercising too much, the result is always the same: decreased reproductive capability.
The body’s stress response shuts down secretion of these key hormones, and the corresponding release of prolactin also inhibits the pituitary gland’s responsiveness to LHRH.
A stress-induced release of steroid hormones called glucocorticoids also inhibits the sensitivity of the testes to LH, and so both the quantity and receptivity of these critical hormones become compromised.
- The problem: Female Infertility
- How can Beeja help?
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