Are you tired of trying to get pregnant? If so, it's time to find new ways to overcome roadblocks to your fertility like adrenal fatigue by unlocking the power of food & botanical medicine to heal your body & achieve optimal fertility health. Unexplained infertility linked to fatigue and tiredness can be caused by environmental pollutants. This is why the BUMP®Fertility method utilizes the most up to date natural fertility screening techniques based on peer review research and modern science.
Perhaps you have already tried adrenal fatigue fighting diets, herbs to balance your adrenals and acupuncture or yoga to increase vitality? Maybe you are already healthy and take vitamins to get more energy? Remember, it takes more than a healthy body to be a fertile body.
I guarantee you 100% underlying fertility factors like fatigue, tiredness, and exhaustion dramatically reduce your chances of conceiving either naturally or with IVF by up to 30%. This was the case with Tina. After years of trying to conceive both naturally and with IVF, she had given up hope. Want to know how she conceived naturally? Tina took notice of what her body was telling her and made changes to heal it.
Fatigue and extreme tiredness are within the top 120 hidden factors of unexplained infertility. This is why it is important not to ignore signs and symptoms like exhaustion, energy slumps in the afternoon, waking up tired or debilitating fatigue throughout the day. Perhaps you only experience it only sometimes throughout your cycle? The bottom line is, if you are experiencing fatigue, you need to get to the cause of why as it is has a direct link to reproductive health and fertility.
Is adrenal fatigue a factor?
New research indicates there is no such thing as 'adrenal fatigue' or adrenal exhaustion. However, we do know that your adrenal glands do work overtime when your body is under stress. Assisted Reproduction Techniques such as IVF, stress, and different health influences such as infection, poor digestion, inflammation, diet and over supplementation can influence your nervous system and this has an influence on your hormones. This relationship is called the 'neuroendocrine' system. Neuroendocrine influences also contribute to Poly Cystic Ovarian Disorder (PCOS), Endometriosis, Fibroids and Thyroid disease. This is a complex set of direct and indirect feedback interactions that influence fertility in four ways:
Stress influences the HPA axis. This influences fertility and is connected to mood disorders and functional illnesses, including anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder, insomnia, post-traumatic stress disorder, borderline personality disorder, ADHD, major depressive disorder, burnout, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, and alcoholism
Stress influences the HPG axis, which refers to the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, and gonadal glands. These play a critical part in the development and regulation of the reproductive and immune system. The HPG axis controls Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) influences the key fertility hormones; luteinizing hormone (LH), follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), estrogen and testosterone.
Stress influences the HPT axis. This influences ovulation, implantation and sperm quality. It is part of the neuroendocrine system responsible for the regulation of metabolism using the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, and the thyroid gland. It regulates thyroid hormone (Triiodothyronine (T3) and Thyroxine (T4)) and responds by releasing thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH) and thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH). If this is part of the problem, you may have irregular cycles of ovulation or may not be ovulating at all. It's possible you have had several miscarriages or poor sperm health may be a problem.
Stress influences the HPN system. This influences the pituitary which influences ovulation and other key components of fertility.
Combined, these 4 influences highlight why you should not ignore fatigue and not take supplements or herbal formulas without getting to the cause first.
It’s easy to see fatigue plays a large role in why you can’t conceive and contributes to female health problems like PCOS, Endo, and Fibroids. Fatigue symptoms provide important clues for what you need to do to improve your fertility for when you are ready to have a baby.
So how does this loop influence male fertility?
In males, FSH stimulates primary spermatocytes (a phase of sperm’s development) leading to the maturation of sperm cells.
LH stimulates the production of the sex hormones (androgens) by the Leydig cells of the testes. The most widely-known androgen in males is testosterone, which promotes the production of sperm and masculine characteristics.
So how does this loop influence male fertility?
In females, FSH stimulates the development of egg cells (or ova) in structures called follicles. LH also plays a role in the development of ova, induction of ovulation, and stimulation of estradiol (a type of estrogen) and progesterone production by the ovaries.
If these processes are not triggered by the GnRH, the development of sperms and follicles is dysfunctional. Without ovulation (the condition is called anovulation) and sperm production, the pregnancy is not possible.
Is it possible to reverse infertility caused by fatigue?
Fatigue usually does not present overnight but has a gradual onset which means the longer you have felt this way, the more important it is for you to start working on it.
It is important to remember that fertility problems caused by fatigue are often modifiable and reversible. The most important thing you need to do is to get to the cause.
Understanding the pathology behind this problem is tricky and this is why I cover this in my BUMP Quick Start fertility package.
Once you get to the cause, you will then learn how to include tailored changes in lifestyle and diet, and what supplements and therapeutic herbs you should use to treat the underlying cause and most importantly restore balance.
I guarantee you will notice a difference and dramatically improve your odds of conceiving naturally and fast once you start my BUMP Quick Start Program.
BUMP® is a proven system that works particularly well for those when IVF has failed.
This 10 minute initial conversation is free of charge and enables us to gain an understanding of where you are up to in your fertility journey. It provides an opportunity for you to ask questions and find out which BUMPFertility service is best for you.