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THE GREAT FERTILITY OBSTACLE RACE

Sometimes the road to your goal can appear blocked by Olympic-sized obstacles, but the smallest lifestyle changes can help you overcome those hurdles and blaze to fertility glory.

It's well known that fertility is about more than just biology, and there are many external factors which can affect your chances of getting pregnant. It could be that the pressures of work are leaving you with no time to spend in the bedroom, or that frantic city life is playing havoc with your hormones and general wellbeing. These external influences can leave you feeling utterly overwhelmed and frustrated and it can be hard to know where to start in fixing the problem. Fortunately, fertility is a marathon, not a sprint, and the smallest changes can bring big results.

In such a busy, modern world it can be really difficult to pinpoint the problems, and despite your best efforts you may unwittingly be putting yourself in environments and situations which compromise your fertility. By breaking it down into these four problem areas you can pinpoint your biggest hurdles and beat them once and for all.

HURDLE NUMBER ONE: WORK

Is your career so demanding that you are side-lining your health? Over half of people credit work as a major source of stress, and stress is not a friend of fertility. Now, no-one is suggesting that you have to quit your job (not unless you want to increase hurdle number three!), but if work really is causing you unnecessary anxiety it’s vital to try to bring about change.

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