The Evidence for Optimizing Emotional Health
Your emotions impact reproductive health more than you realize.
1 in 8 couples struggle to get pregnant or sustain a pregnancy.
The latest studies in neuroscience are clear:
cognitive behavioral therapy helps to balance and optimize emotional health, helping couples unlock the body’s greatest potential for conception.
The biological connection between emotional health and fertility is impossible to ignore for any couple looking to optimize their health for conception.
Where your mind is, fertility follows.
When you’re trying to conceive a child, everyone tells you to exercise, eat a healthy diet, and take your vitamins. But the latest in neuroscience points to an undeniable connection between your fertility and the state of your emotional health.
Our research shows that cognitive behavioral therapeutic techniques empower couples to enhance their emotional health, improving the environment for conception and quality of life overall.
Medical doctors and neuroscientists agree -- your emotions play a major role when it comes to trying to conceive a child. Stress builds and turns into anxiety; chronic stress can cause hormonal imbalance; the emotional rollercoaster of infertility can make decision-making even more stressful and at the same time can drive a wedge between you and your partner; and new studies show that infertility-related trauma can stay with you for the long-term if unaddressed, even after successful pregnancies.