Kallima fertility Meditation – Stress and fertility a good tool for you

Kallima fertility Meditation – Stress and fertility a good tool for you

I can’t express it enough how detrimental stress is to your fertility. A big part of what I do with my fertility clients is to help them de stress by using a combination of life coaching , yoga , meditation / visulizations , massage as well as dietary and life style changes . Up until a few years ago I never knew how much stress played a part in healthy fertility. I always had a VERY low FSH and my periods were always regular until I went through an incredible emotional stressful period in my life. My cycle got all tweaked out and during that time I got my hormone levels (FSH) tested , only to find they were  dramatically higher . My doctor called me into her office to talk to me and asked what was going on and if I was ok at which point I bursted into tears and told her about everything that was going on in my life . She suggested acupuncture , yoga , meditation , some form of emotional support and massage . Being the good student that I am I did all the above and a few months later all was back to normal . I found this meditation on iTunes and liked it . Its easy to follow for even for those who have a hard time with visualizations and meditations . Listen to it before bed or in the morning . Peace out and happy baby making X Lori


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