Did you know women who live near the equator or in sunny locations are much more fertile than women who live in northern and darker regions?
That’s because fertility is directly related to the amount of natural sunlight we receive. Women who get more natural sunlight also have more consistent and stronger menstrual patterns.
But what has this to do with the novel Infertility Solution of sleeping your way to fertility? Let’s explore the importance of sleep in the fertility game.
Getting Enough Sleep to Get Pregnant
First, some accepted facts about sleep and its impact on fertility:
- Sleep affects the body’s sexual hormones that influence a woman’s menstrual cycle and ovulation
- Sleeping less than eight hours a night can lower the production of the hormone that is responsible for appetite. This has consequences for your whole well-being. An unhealthy appetite compounds the negative effect that lack of sleep has on your fertility
- Insomnia increases the level of the stress hormone cortisol which we discussed in the last lesson on stress. Stress as you now know has a negative effect on your fertility cycle
- Both women and men older than 30 need 7- 9 hours sleep a day. This is because during sleep our bodies reserve energy, optimizes nutrients and release toxins. This helps your body function well the next day, including your reproductive systems. Without those 7-9 hours of sleep, there could be a negative impact on your chances of conceiving
Circadian Rhythms and Conception
The circadian rhythm is a built-in mechanism found in most living things. It helps your body adapt to the night and day cycle of the earth.
The circadian rhythm is produced by natural factors within your body, but it is also affected by signals from the environment. Daylight is the main cue influencing your circadian rhythm, turning on or off certain genes that control your ‘internal clocks’.
Your pineal gland regulates this mechanism and signals when it is time to sleep by producing the hormone melatonin. Once melatonin enters your system it regulates your body temperature, immune system, appetite and reproduction. It also causes stress hormones to drop while important hormones for fertility rise.
How Light Aids Fertility
Did you know bright light during the day helps increase fertility? Bright morning and evening light sends a signal to your body clock that it is the right time of year to conceive. Statistics show it is more difficult to conceive during the short winter days. Bright light also controls the overproduction of melatonin which may stifle fertility.
Furthermore, evening light and dusk help regulate menstrual cycles … and a regular menstrual cycle increases your odds of conceiving.
If you experience irregular or longer menstrual cycles, several studies have shown that using artificial light at night helps regulate your periods even in women whose periods lasted nine weeks or more.
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