Does Stress impact fertility? This question cannot be answered without consulting with a doctor since everyone body is different. However, studies show that infertility can be related to high levels of stress. Individuals experiencing infertility should discover ways to distress by leaving past traumas out of the mind and by using techniques to reduce anxiety. The problem is that most people experiencing high levels of stress have a difficult time staying in the moment. They are either focusing on the past or worrying about the future. In most situations, they don’t know if they are stressed out because they cannot get pregnant or if they cannot get pregnant due to being stressed?
Sometimes, in a relationship where couples are having fertility problems, the problem may be caused by men who have difficulty getting an erection due to high levels of stress. Therefore, individuals experiencing stress whether attempting to get pregnant or not should engage in stress management. Some ways to reduce stress are exercising, eating a healthy diet, doing meditation, and by having positive self talk. If you are under 35 years of age, you may want to consult with your after trying to get pregnant for a year. However, if you are over 45 and have been trying for more than 6 months, consult with your doctor.