Useful information about increasing male and female fertility
In general, smoking should be stopped. Too much alcohol is also not recommended. Alcohol consumption and smoking can lead to hormonal fluctuations, irregular menstrual periods and ovulation disorders.
Large weight fluctuations (yo-yo effect) should be absolutely avoided. A BMI of above 30 or below 18.5 is also a matter of concern because the hormone balance and regular monthly cycle can be affected.
A healthy diet with lots of vegetables, which are carefully prepared to preserve the nutrients, is important in combination with lots of fresh fruit to prevent any deficiencies.
The chance of experiencing pregnancy is increased with an at least average level of fitness. Adequate exercise and sport are therefore essential. However, extreme competitive sport can reduce the chance of future pregnancy.
Bisphenol A is a risk factor contained in many plastics. Studies conducted at Harvard University, among others, discovered that it negatively affects the hormone balance. Plastic packaging for drinks and food should therefore be avoided at all costs if the aim is to increase fertility.
In any case, the concomitant intake of PROFERTIL® male and PROFERTIL® female under medical supervision is recommended to maximise the chance of becoming pregnant.
Stress, especially if it is constant, can increase the risk of being infertile. If the stress factors cannot be reduced, then acupuncture, meditation, special yoga exercises and relaxation techniques are good ways of finding rest and relaxation at least temporarily.
Finally, again reference should be made to the positive effect of PROFERTIL® male and PROFERTIL® female. Both are study-proven products which demonstrably increase male and female fertility.