Effect of sleep on your Fertility ...3

Effect of sleep on your Fertility ...3



7..Turn Off Your Phone

Exposure to the blue light that tech gadgets emits doesn't only interface with your sleep wake cycle, it may also make it harder to have a baby.  That's because the blue light suppresses melatonin, a sleep hormone that also plays a role in protecting eggs, especially during ovulation.  Power down electronics at least an hour before bedtime and keep them (and other light sources) out of the bedroom

8..Don’t Sleep In

Women undergoing IVF who scored seven to eight hours of sleep a night were 25 percent more likely to become pregnant than those who snoozed for nine hours or more. The extra sleep is possibly linked to other behaviors that can impact fertility, such as going to bed late or skipping breakfast.

9..But Don’t Skimp on Sleep, Either

On the flip side, too little sleep can also hurt your chances of becoming pregnant. Women having IVF who racked up fewer than seven hours of sleep nightly were 15 percent less likely to conceive than those who hit the sweet spot of seven to eight hours. The abbreviated time in dreamland could spike levels of stress hormones such as cortisol, limiting your ability to reproduce.

Now Prepare to sleep and dream for 

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