Infertility is becoming a growing concern among couples across the globe. Many aspects are the reason behind more and more couples struggling with infertility. Stress, anxiety, depression, sedentary lifestyle, lack of exercise and so on are some of the many reasons for declining fertility rates.
Regular exercise, particularly Yoga, is proven effective in restoring health and quality of life. Yoga is also widely known to help reproductive health, and the stress-relieving properties of fertility yoga have helped couples boost their fertility.
So, this International Yoga Day, which falls on the 21st of June, we try to familiarise our readers with some fertility yoga asanas and their benefits for conceiving in this blog by Banker IVF.
Fertility yoga is a set of yoga poses that are thought to reduce stress and detoxify the body. These poses concentrate on the pelvic area and blood circulation. They increase blood flow to the uterus, hips, abdomen, and heart. They strengthen the body and may increase the likelihood of conception.
Fertility yoga asanas can help you enhance your odds of conceiving. However, you should know that Yoga is not the sure-shot solution for conceiving and improving your reproductive health.
Moreover, if you are experiencing fertility issues, you can seek guidance from Dr Manish Banker from Banker IVF, the top fertility clinic in Ahmedabad.
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