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Stress negatively impacts fertility by affecting hormones. From the article, 5 tips to fight against daily stress:
1) Get enough sleep. Never underestimate what a good night’s sleep can do for your body.
2) Exercise daily. Even something as simple as a walk after work can help!
3) Meditate and/or start practicing Yoga.
4) Seek counseling if you feel necessary.
5) Follow a healthy diet. The proper amount of nutrients will make you feel well balanced.
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Studies show sleep deprivation, and occupations that require shift work, seriously compromise a woman's chances to conceive. Moderate sleep, 7 to 8 hours, is ideal.
"The primary link between sleep habits and fertility lies in the circadian rhythm's effect on hormone production . . . Too much or too little sleep has a negative impact on our endocrine system, which is responsible for hormone production." - the study's authors' shared opinion
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