Stress and the city: CBD as stress relief – Sorting fact from fiction

Oct 07 2021

This last year has been eventful for everyone, from children to teens and adults, all due to the fact that we have been trying to deal with something new and challenging for all of us. The pandemic has also changed most of our lives forever and has left many of us fighting new demons, such as stress, anxiety and worries.

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9 Lifestyle factors that affect fertility

Sep 17 2021
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Is your lifestyle affecting your fertility? We are all aware that factors of our lifestyle affect numerous parts of our daily lives, but when was the last time you thought “how can my lifestyle affect my fertility?” TFP Fertility, formerly The Fertility Partnership, one of the UK’s largest IVF providers and fertility specialists,  lists the top 9 lifestyle factors that can affect your fertility.

Although it isn’t everything, many lifestyle factors including smoking, alcohol, BMI, certain drugs, caffeine consumption, nutrition and stress can impact your current and future fertility. This said, it should however be remembered that every individual is unique and different and so is their fertility. 

Fertility treatment is therefore not a one-size-fits-all approach. There are choices that any individual can make, to aid a healthy lifestyle and indirectly promote male and female fertility. It also takes two to tango, so when considering how lifestyle factors can impact on your chances of conception, all parties need to be taken into consideration.

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Struggling to conceive a child? What women can do to improve their chances naturally

Sep 17 2021

Having a child is a life-affirming experience, and for many of us, it is something that we’ve always dreamed of and planned for.

While you might think that all you have to do is have unprotected vaginal sex with your partner, the reality isn’t always that simple.

For many couples, it could take weeks or even months to convince naturally, for a wide variety of reasons.

If you’re trying to have a baby, whether it’s your first or an extension of your brood, here are some practical ways that you can improve your chances naturally.

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