Omega-3, pregnancy and preterm birth

Preterm birth (birth before 37 weeks gestation) is leading cause of neonatal mortality. Infants born preterm generally require care in neonatal intensive care, and can have an increased risk of a number of potentially serious complications such as cerebral palsy, respiratory distress syndrome, intraventricular haemorrhage, necrotising enterocolitis and blindness. Preterm birth cannot be easily predicted,Continue reading “Omega-3, pregnancy and preterm birth”

How stress affects your hormones

Is stress contributing to your infertility and hormonal problems? The short answer is that if stress is a major factor in your life, it is most likely having an effect on your hormones. Our body adapts to stress very quickly, adaptability is what has ensured human survival. However long-term adaptation to stress tells our monkeyContinue reading “How stress affects your hormones”