Sunday, August 9, 2015

Increase Fertility with Vitamin D

Fertility problems today are not only experienced by men and women over the age of 35 years, but also in the 20s. When Mrs. experience, try a solution of the Medical University of Graz in Austria this.

The researchers suggested that sunlight may actually enhance fertility. Their research shows that vitamin D can balance of sex hormones in women, and improve sperm count in men. The discovery could provide an alternative for many couples who have undergone various fertility treatments are expensive and sometimes not entirely necessary.

"People can choose to spend time outside to get some sunshine, or taking supplements of vitamin D, which is a safe and easy way to increase levels of fertility," said the study's leader, Dr. Elisabeth Lerchbaum. When not exposed to sunlight, women tend to ovulate less and opportunities embedded in the egg to the uterus will be reduced.

Although vitamin D can be obtained in small quantities through fish oil, eggs, and liver, 80 percent of the needs of our bodies obtained from a chemical process that occurs when UVB rays are absorbed by the skin. "Vitamin D is increasing its importance for fertility," says Zita West, a fertility expert and owner of Zita West Clinic in London. "After testing the vitamin D to more than 800 patients, we found that approximately 70 percent of our patients are deficient in vitamin D. Vitamin D deficiency is often associated with obesity, polycystic ovary syndrome, and immune disorders."

Therefore, couples who are undergoing therapy should pregnancy more often "bask" in the sun. Remember, sunlight is healthy in the morning. Enough sun about 10 minutes to produce vitamin D is needed by the body.

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