The 2019 infertility conference focuses its topic on a broad area of infertility. There is a discussion about specific types of diseases that harmfully affect a woman’s ability to bear a child. However, the intriguing part is not the specifications of the conditions. More likely, it has something to do with lifestyle choices.
Alcohol – A lot of people argue about this because there is no evidence that alcohol cause infertility. However, due to the beverage’s damaging contents, most doctors often increase caution against unlimited consumption. Too much drinking of alcohol links to premature births, and that is one enough reason to avoid it.
Extreme Exercise – There is nothing wrong with exercising because it inevitably increases individuals’ overall function. However, overdoing it is an issue. Too much exercise impacts women’s ovulation negatively. It can create a potential menstrual cycle change that can make it hard for women to get pregnant.
Caffeine – A lot of people love coffee. But too much of it is not lovely. A study found that caffeine plays a significant role in muscle contractions. It has the potential to interfere with the eggs travel from the ovaries through the fallopian tubes. So when planning to get pregnant, one might as well cut back on some cups of coffee.
Obesity – An extra pound can have direct infertility damage due to hormonal imbalance. It makes pregnancy a lot more difficult and complicated because of a decreased ovarian function.
Stress – Stress is the number one culprit when it comes to infertility. Yes, stress alone can do a lot of damage just by altering women’s hormone levels and ovulation cycles. Honestly, stress is not at all bad because it helps the brain to function. But too much of it impacts the mind and body in unexpected negative ways.