Here are the 5 lifestyle habits that can affect male and female fertility.

Nutrition affects fertility. A balanced diet rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals supports reproductive health in both men and women.

Diet and Nutrition

Physical activity is key. Moderate exercise benefits fertility, but excessive or insufficient exercise can affect hormonal balance.

Physical activity

Weight plays a role. Achieving a healthy BMI can increase fertility, while excessive weight change can disrupt ovulation.

Weight Management

Alcohol and smoking harm fertility. Limiting or eliminating both may improve fertility outcomes for couples.

Alcohol and Smoking

Stress affects fertility. Prioritize rest, therapy, and self-care for a healthy journey to parenthood.