Dealing with infertility can be stressful, to say the least.  Those of us who are seeking fertility treatment probably already know that stress might play a roll with regard to fertility.

Concrete data in this area is not abundantly available, however some research suggests that some women who use stress-reducing techniques, and or live an overall less “stressful” life, may have an easier time getting pregnant, when compared to other women who have more stress in their lives

Recent studies have shown that pregnancy was considered more likely during a particular month that couples were feeling happy and relaxed, and less likely to occur when couples reported feeling anxious about conception.

What does this all mean?  The reality is that it’s pretty safe to say that large amounts of stress is not good for any aspect of your health, thus learning how to live a more stress free life can be beneficial for your overall health—and might just help you with regard some infertility issues.