Homeopathy for Fertility and Hormonal Imbalance for men and women

August 25, 2016

Modern life and environment has contributed to increasing fertility problems. Pollution of any kinds as well as daily stress activate the natural susceptibility for both men and women without any discrimination. Fertility is not only an individual issue but also a couple’s issue. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC], 11% of women in the reproductive-age population have impaired fecundity. Infertility affects men and women equally as in approximately 40% of couples who have difficulties having a child, the man is the sole cause or a contributing cause of infertility. Infertility causes in itself a lot of stress and affect each individual in the couple and also the relationship of the couple itself, which can further exacerbate the already challenging situation. Homeopathy is a natural approach that can help as both individuals in the couple, and also the couple as a whole, and support in conceiving.

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The causes of infertility may be complex and various. Several different factors can affect one or both partners. These factors can be either physical and/or emotional such as:

• Period problems, including heavy, painful cycles, irregular periods, or periods that are too light. It is crucial to establish a healthy cycle as soon as possible to become pregnant;
• Stress, depression, anxiety & fluctuating moods;
• Certain auto-immune diseases;
• Intense exercising, which may lead to below normal BMI and in turn create problems with cycles or stop cycles completely;
• Low Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH) levels;
• Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and endometriosis;
• Hormonal imbalances since a previous pregnancy, miscarriage or emotional causes (e.g. being stuck in a state of grief or trauma if the miscarriage felt traumatic to the patient);
• History of hormone treatments, such as the pill, IVF, Depo Provera, Mirena coil or Zoladex implants may have disrupted your natural hormonal cycle;
• Male infertility, low sperm count, motility or morbidity problems, low libido, too much estrogen from food chain can affect fertility in men;
• Candida due overuse of antibiotics, steroids, pill, high sugar diet, stress and genetic predisposition;
• Poor diet and weight gain or loss: either eating disorders (e.g. anorexia or bulimia) or being too overweight may affect health and hormonal balance;
• History of drug use can affect health and cycle even though it happened in the past;
• Lack of ovulation and low libido;
• Estrogen dominance (for both men and women) due to stress, steroids, exposure to non organic products, cosmetics, sleep patterns, eating too much soy and genetically modified food, over use of antibiotics and medication, toxicity in general, sedentary lifestyle;
• Genetic disorders;
• Smoking;

How can homeopathy help?

Homeopathy will improve not only your physical symptoms but also make you much more balanced, less stressed, less anxious and more in control. The homeopathic approach to fertility problems is to treat a problem, treat the cause and the person as a whole: physical symptoms as well as mental/emotions. For instance, if someone has irregular cycle as a result of eating disorder and has been purging by excessive exercising, the homeopathy approach would be to treat the eating disorder.

What to expect with homeopathic remedies?

They will help with general well being not just on physical level but also on emotions: fears, anxieties, emotional closing down, and relationship difficulties that can accompany fertility.
Homeopathic remedies stimulate the natural body response mechanism to work with correct hormonal cycles and clear any disturbances (on all levels from body to mind).

In addition to homeopathy treatment, some recommendation to help with fertility for men and women:

1. Eat organic meat, fish, dairy, fruits and vegetables.
2. Drink 2 litters of water from glass & avoid drinking from plastic bottles
3. Avoid tea, coffee and alcohol
4. Avoid processed and canned foods
5. Manage stress by exercising, meditation and finding ways to relax.
6. Review your diet: avoid genetically modified and soy products
7. Avoid smoking
8. Get tested for STD
9. Get more day light
10. Sleep between 6 – 8 hours.

In great health,
TribecaHomeopathy




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