Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Stress and pregnancy

Stress, a growing problem present in the lives of couples, is an obstacle for those looking for a baby

Until now it was known that age, alcohol consumption and other drugs were factors influencing the chances of getting pregnant but the stress was not taken into account by a factor difficult to analyze.

Experts have found that levels of cortisol and alpha-amylase, two components of stress, were more present in women who took longer to become pregnant or failed.

Lead a quiet life is important. Stress is a common problem for couples seeking a pregnancy because several months when they try and fail to begin to worry and stress levels increase.

How to eliminate stress? Experts recommend trying to live a quiet life avoiding stress and strain.

To this end, some ideas are: yoga, meditation or relaxing massage.

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