Monday, April 7, 2014

Research Study: Stress May Harm A Woman's Fertility

 
Research Study: Stress May Harm A Woman's  Fertility


(Calgary, AB) A recent article published in Health Day titled "Stress May Harm A Women's Fertility Study Suggests" focused upon a study that was first published March 24, 2014 in the journal Human Reproduction. The study was the first of its kind to show a possible association between stress and how long it takes a woman to become pregnant.
  
The Study

The authors of the study wanted to investigate the relationship between stress and infertility. To do so, meant having to measure the levels of a specific enzyme linked with stress in the saliva of woman who were trying to get pregnant. The enzyme they measured was called salivary alpha-amylase.

According to the lead researcher "Alpha-amylase is an enzyme that is secreted into the mouth that helps the body start to digest carbohydrates,... It is also linked to the fight-or-flight part of the stress system."

When the study was concluded and only after adjusting for various factors" the researchers found that the women with the highest alpha-amylase levels had a 29 percent lower probability of pregnancy compared to the women who had the lowest levels of the enzyme." (see note 1)

Dr. Dahl's Commentary

When asked to comment on the nature of the study, Life Choice CEO, Dr. Eldon Dahl, (ND) said ..

"This issue is becoming more prevalent due to our life styles. What was deemed a normal aspect of maturation and family development has become a highly stressful ordeal.  Our bodies have become a product of this modern environment: with processed food; lives constantly on the move; and items
that were to make our lives easier, have at the very same time, turned us into slaves in respect to the very same technology."

All of this creates disorder, chaos and stress... we are so grateful to have been given a license for kava for it is the best friend for defeating stress."

 
At Life Choice We Understand 


Woman's Health: Stress

At Life Choice we understand the importance of a woman's health and her family.

For those women who wish to better manage the stress in their life, Life Choice offers two very unique therapeutic natural medicines: Kava Kava and Melatonin. Each product is specifically formulated to help woman  manage stress and to put them in a more relaxed state of mind.


Kava Kava
 
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Kava Kava is best-known as a ceremonial South Pacific beverage. The earliest European knowledge of Kava Kava dates back to the late 1700s, with the journeys of Captain Cook.
 
Today, usage of Kava Kava beverages in tropical climates is similar to the use of alcoholic beverages in the West. However, the plant from which the beverage is made was found to have useful properties to aid anxiety, stress and restlessness more
 


 
Melatonin
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The hormone melatonin in clinical studies has shown to produce rapid sleep onset, and to increase the duration of sleep.
More than 50 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders, including insomnia, excessive drowsiness, and restless movement during sleep. Sleep disorders can disrupt a person's lifestyle by causing a shorter attention span, decreased energy and physical strength. more
 

 





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Related: Article: Keep Calm And Carry On With Kava Kava, The New Agora, Dr. Eldon Dahl, ND

Note 1: It should be noted that stress is not the only contributing factor to consider when dealing with issues of infertility. Age, cigarettes, alcohol, caffeine and weight (obesity) are all contributing factors when the discussion centers around fertility vs. infertility.


 




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