Sleep and Pregnancy
Are you a shift worker trying to get pregnant month after month with no success? If you are perhaps a nurse on night shifts, emergency worker, or someone who works late into the night and has distrupted sleep patterns, it could be affecting your chances of getting pregnant. If your desire is to have a baby and are not getting pregnant, you need to be in optimal health and this includes not only eating well at regular times but also getting the right amount of sleep at nightÂ and at regular times. If you constantly change patterns every few days it could be affecting your cicadian rhythms andÂ preventingÂ you from conceiving. To find out more aboutÂ a recent study on Â read here http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2148939/Why-women-trying-babies-need-think-body-clock-biological-clock.html?ito=feeds-newsxml
If possible, you may want to consider seeing if you can work more regualr hours particularly those women who are nearing their late thirties or early forties as the chance to have a baby will become harder, it could also be a lot cheaper than having to pay for expensive fertility treatment.
Does anyone have any experience of this?