Fasting is the willing abstention from all or some foods / drinks, partially or totally, for a set period. It is a part of many cultures and religions. Though fasting is a practice that dates back centuries, it has seen a surge in its popularity very recently in many forms (for example - intermittent fasting.)
Wellness & Health
Your body and mind undergo dramatic changes during pregnancy. Some of these changes are caused by the growth of your baby while others are caused by hormonal changes within your body and the emotional ups & downs that you will undoubtedly experience as you prepare to welcome new life into the world.
Anew study has found that women have better brainpower after menopause if they had their last baby after age 35, used hormonal contraceptives for more than 10 years or began their menstrual cycle before turning 13.
Children born by c-section are far more likely to be obese by the time they reach five years old, the biggest ever analysis of the health impacts of caesareans has found.
The age-old advice, “You are trying too hard-just relax and let nature take its course.” can be frustrating for a couple trying to conceive, but research studies performed on men and women experiencing fertility problems for no apparent medical reason have demonstrated that there does appear to be some merit in these words.
Male fertility, the ability to cause a female to become pregnant, is essentially dependent on the quality and quantity of your sperm. Research studies have indicated that from around the age of 35 onwards, it takes a man longer to get a woman pregnant. While the march of time is unstoppable, the following factors can […]
Author: Dr. Anil Pinto
The decision to get pregnant can significantly alter the course of your life! Many of the things that you once considered indispensable may have to take a back seat in favor of the more important task of creating a little human. Junk food, smoking, and excessive drinking will […]
Author: Dr. Anil Pinto
Did you know that staying well hydrated plays a very important role in achieving and maintaining fertility? This should come as no surprise as water plays an important role in almost all bodily functions. About 55-60% of your body is made up of water. For a newborn baby, […]