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Give New Born Babies A Healthy Chance At Life

In general, the overall health and state of our bodies are not as optimal as they could be. Our diet and lifestyle has had a huge impact on all body systems so it is no surprise that our ‘fertility’ is affected. For this reason, many couples recognise that their bodies are in need of some maintenance and preparation before trying to conceive a baby.

Preconception care can be tailored to the individual’s or couple’s wants and needs, so it is a very important part of what we offer, as we want to make sure you are ready both physically and emotionally to conceive your baby. If you have the benefit of planning for a baby, preconception care is highly recommended to ensure that you are both ready to produce a beautiful healthy baby.

Fertility is a big concern for many people wanting to start a family and the good news is that you don’t have to rely on standard medicine treatments if you should have trouble falling pregnant.  There are plenty of natural options available that are less invasive, more relaxing, and that work.

Preconception Care Is Important!

If you want to conceive a baby or simply manage your reproductive health naturally, without chemicals or intrusive devices, there are proven methods that put you in control of your fertility and achieve optimum results. 

Infertility or ‘sub-infertility’ can range from a big variety of factors including an excess of toxins or lack of nutrition, both of which can cause menstrual irregularities, fertility complications (low sperm count, partial blockages in the reproductive region, PCOS, endometrosis etc). Other factors are a poor diet, adverse lifestyle factors, addictions and constitutional weakness.

Check out this post for important information concerning mineral supplementation.

For information on toxic affects, check out this post.

For more information read these articles on nutrition, supplements, and essential fatty acids for health.

Caring For Your Baby – Preconception!

We wrote about this early this year, giving you some info on vitamins and minerals during pregnancy.

Generally we recommend at the very least a period of 90 – 120 days for your nutritional and hormone balancing treatment, and often a longer period is better. It takes at least four months for the sperm and egg cells to completely regenerate, and it takes even longer for you to detoxify your system of harmful substances, that could impair your baby’s health. There are natural process that can help with male and female infertility.

They improve with the reduction of chemical exposure, obtained by changing to guaranteed safer personal and health care products. The overall health of the parents can be substantially benefited with a good nutritional program, and through diet, exercise and a healthy attitude, all of which are crucial to reproductive health. A high consumption of minerals such as zinc and vitamins such as vitamin A helps to alleviate fertility problems as these help to regulate hormones.

If you are trying to fall pregnant, the following herbs may be helpful – and are often found in a wild yam base:

  • Chaste tree berry – reduces hormonal imbalances, and stimulates the action of the pituitary gland, which increasing progesterone and luteinising hormone production, helping to regulate the menstrual cycle.  It also reduces stress levels.
  • Cramp Bark, Pomegranate, Hops,  Dandelion all have a balancing effect on the female hormonal system.
  • Red Clover – long considered one of the most efficacious fertility herbs, particularly in cases of scarred fallopian tubes or the presence of abnormal cells in the reproductive organs. Red clover is rich in isoflavones, these plant compounds mimic the estrogen in a woman’s body. It nourishes the uterus and relaxes the nervous system with protein, vitamins, calcium, magnesium and trace minerals which are needed by the hormonal glands.
  • Dong Quai – balances estrogen and regulates menstrual cycles.  It can also improve implantation of the egg for women with autoimmune problems.  However, it should not be used during menstruation.
  • Wild yam – increases the production of progesterone, thus increasing your chances of pregnancy.  It should be taken after ovulation occurs, not before.

Imagine how your lifestyle could be enhanced if you could naturally: • avoid pregnancy • achieve pregnancy • understand your fertility • manage menopause • improve your sexual and reproductive health outcomes.

Staying Fertile

Fertility education can also equip you with the skills and knowledge to recognise certain physiological abnormalities in your reproductive system. Fertility and reproductive health are sometimes considered neglected areas in health education. Our aim is to educate people in the Savvy team on all aspects of natural fertility management, so that women can become empowered with natural and scientifically proven methods to achieve their fertility goals.

You can be one of the many women who enjoy being in touch and in control of your fertility. The use of caffeine is discouraged as it has been linked to infertility and alcohol is also limited as it affects prolactin, which plays an important role in the regulation of the menstrual cycle.

A great range of ailments commonly arise with pregnancy due the changes in hormones, growing bellies & extra stress and pressure on the body.  We love to assist a mother through her pregnancy and make it enjoyable for her, free from nausea, aches, pains and other issues that may arise.

Essential Oils and Fertility
Essential oils that are particularly beneficial to women trying to get pregnant include:

  • Rose – regulates the reproductive system.
  • Geranium – a calming oil with estrogenic properties that have a balancing effect on hormones.
  • Chamomile – a calming oil that relieves menstrual problems such as pain.
  • Lavender – a relaxing oil that promotes relaxation and improves libido.

If you want to read other natural hormone solutions, make sure you ask the person who invited you to this site.

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