How Fertility Hypnosis Works
Improve your fertility naturally :-
- Goes beyond relaxation…
- Utilises the scientifically proven mind-body link
- Uses your mind to change your body
- Let’s go of stress, limiting thoughts and beliefs
- Compliments fertility treatment such as IVF
Reproduction is one of our most delicately balanced biological systems (e.g. the precise cocktail of hormones required). Stress, limiting thoughts and beliefs can all affect fertility and conception, reducing your chance of getting pregnant whether naturally or with fertility treatment. Infertility itself can be a source of great stress.
The good news is that you can improve your fertility and IVF success rates. Naturally.
Your thoughts and emotions directly impact your body and your fertility. You may have noticed when you are embarrassed you feel warmer and your face may go red, or have you ever woken up from a nightmare in a cold sweat? These are examples of how your mind and body are one system.
You can harness this to improve your fertility. You can even use your mind to change your body, which I do for healing illness and injury for myself and clients.
I guide my clients’ unconscious to create the changes in your mind and body you need to improve your fertility naturally and maximise your ability to get pregnant. The programs support both female infertility and male infertility and wonderfully compliment other infertility treatment such as IUI, IVF, ICSI and GIFT as well as other holistic treatment you may be using to improve your fertility such as acupuncture.
Fertility relaxation programs can give you moments or periods of respite from the day to day experiences of infertility.
However fertility hypnosis goes beyond that. It facilitates you letting go of negative thinking and beliefs that are creating or maintaining emotions such as stress, anger or hopelessness you may be feeling.
Fertility hypnosis also actively utilises the mind-body link to change your biology. Your mind controls your bodily functions including balancing hormones and other critical processes required for successful conception and pregnancy.