Infertility affects 1 in every 6 couples and can be agonising. Although there are several different causes, such as hormones and nutritional deficiencies, many men and women can improve their chances of conceiving by following an optimal fertility routine which includes adequate sleep, regular exercise, limited stress, and minimised exposure to toxins. A healthy fertility diet rich in essential vitamins and minerals can improve the quality of eggs and sperm over a period of at least four months, so committing to balanced preconception diet is absolutely essential. Even if you are not trying to conceive, problems in the bedroom can cause stress and embarrassment, but in many cases impotence and erectile dysfunction can also be improved with diet and lifestyle changes. Whether or not you are trying to conceive, here is the latest information and health tips to help you ignite the sexual spark.
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