What We Now Know About Stress

The NIH study showing indicating stress may delay women getting pregnant is getting lots of attention from the press.  The study which has taken 274 couples who were having trouble with conception and tracked them over the course of six months while testing for stress hormones has shown a statistically significant connection between stress and it taking longer to obtain pregnancy.

But how can we systematically reduce stress in a significant way to improve our reproductive ability?

Let me be absolutely shameless here…..one of the main tenets of how our programs work is to reduce stress each and every day.

How else can you lower your heart-rate, obtain a full body massage with your mind and go on a mini-vacation all in one 15 minute session without leaving your bedroom?

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Here are a few of the links to the news stories about the conclusive findings that stress impacts fertility, including Dr. Sanjay Gupta discussing it on CNN and the New York Times article, Old Maxim of Fertility and Stress is Reversed.

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