Fertility Resources

Lee Bladon 9:27 am

Free Resources

Information to support your fertility journey

Free Fertility Resources

This section of the website provides a lot of free information and resources that can help you on your fertility journey, and hopefully improve your chances of successfully conceiving. It includes information on nutrition, supplements, toxins, lifestyle and stress relief, including some relaxation techniques and guided mediations you can download for free.

For those of you who would like additional healing and support, we also offer a range of paid fertility therapies – click the button for further details. We help couples to improve their chances of conceiving by offering the most comprehensive program of complementary fertility therapies in the UK.

Disclaimer: The information, practices and services on this website are for educational purposes only, and are not a substitute for medical advice or treatments. If you decide to utilise any of the information, practices or services on this website, you do so at your own discretion. We are not responsible for any adverse effects or consequences resulting from the use of the information, practices or services on this website. If any adverse effects are encountered, please stop immediately and seek professional medical advice. By using our website, information, practices and/or services, you are agreeing to our full Terms & Conditions.

1. Fertility Nutrition

Nutrition plays a crucial role in male and female fertility. A balanced, varied, wholefood diet, rich in essential nutrients can enhance reproductive health and increase the chances of conception. However, it takes about 3 months before you reap the benefits in terms of a healthier body and higher egg/sperm quality. So, it’s best to start improving your diet before you try to get pregnant, but if you are already trying, it’s never too late to make some improvements.

Most of us already know the difference between healthy food and unhealthy food, yet factors such as convenience, tastiness and emotional eating often prevent us from eating more healthily. But if you are serious about having a baby, and currently have an unhealthy diet, now is the time to make some changes.

A 2018 study on the diet of couples undergoing assisted fertility, discovered something really surprising – that eating more fruit and vegetables actually reduces fertility. Click the link to find out why, and what you can do about it.

2. Fertility Supplements

Energy healing is a gentle yet powerful complementary therapy that helps to promote physical, energetic and emotional wellbeing. It is based on the principle that universal life force energy (chi) flows through all living beings, and when this energy is balanced and flowing freely, it supports optimal health and wellbeing. Energy healing is often used as a complementary therapy alongside conventional medical treatments. It is not intended to replace medical treatments but can enhance them by addressing the energetic and emotional aspects of health.

Energy healing helps to restore balance and promote overall wellbeing, which can have a positive impact on various aspects of life, including fertility. When applied to the reproductive organs, energy healing can help to restore energetic and hormone balance, and encourage energy flow and blood flow, all of which can benefit fertility.

3. Toxin Reduction

Dealing with fertility issues can be an emotionally challenging journey for both women and men. The desire to conceive and build a family is a fundamental drive, and when difficulties arise, it can lead to a wide range of emotions, including stress, anxiety, grief and depression. Fertility counselling isn’t just about providing emotional support, it’s also about addressing the complex emotional and psychological aspects of infertility. It can have profound benefits for individuals and couples who are facing challenges on their fertility journey.

4. Fertility Lifestyle

Rapid Fertility Therapy can help to to reduce negativity and increase positivity, in only one session. Stress is one of the biggest hindrances to fertility because the adrenal glands use progesterone (a fertility hormone) to produce cortisol (the stress hormone). Relaxation techniques such as guided meditations and breathing exercises can help to reduce stress, but sometimes deeper psychological work is required, particularly if the couple have been trying to conceive for an extended period of time. If this is an issue, a specialised rapid therapy called BWRT can be utilised, which is great at reducing anxiety, disappointment and desperation.

As your ovaries prepare to release an egg, your cervix cmakes more mucus. A couple of days before you ovulate, the mucus gets more slippery and stretchy, like egg whites. This stage, which usually lasts 4 or 5 days, is when you’re most most fertile, so most likely to get pregnant.

5. Stress Management

The Information, Practices and Services (fertility therapies) described on this Website are not intended or implied to be a substitute for medical advice or medical treatments. We are not qualified to give medical advice, so please don’t ask. The Information and Practices provided on this Website are for educational purposes only. If you decide to utilise any of the Information, Practices or Services offered on this Website, you do so at your own discretion. We are not responsible for any adverse effects or consequences resulting from the use of any of the Information, Practices or Services offered on this Website. If any adverse effects are encountered, stop immediately and seek professional medical advice.

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