Mind, Body, Baby
How to Overcome Stress and Enhance your Fertility With CBT, Mindfulness and Good NutritionBook - 2016
The must-have fertility plan that will soothe your mind, nourish your body and maximise your chances at having a baby .
Leading fertility counsellor, Ann Bracken, draws together her years of expertise in the field with this supportive guide that will boost fertility by putting wellbeing at the heart of your journey. Ann breaks down the mindfulness-based stress reduction techniques that are scientifically-proven to combat the stress caused by fertility problems and offers clear, practical advice and tips on how to nurture your health and wellbeing - to optimise your fertility and inspire positivity during difficult times.
Includes chapters on:
#65533; How to manage the psychological and emotional impacts of fertility problems
#65533; Mindfulness Practice
#65533; Information on Reproductive Treatment
#65533; Natural Health Therapies
#65533; Nutrition & Supplements to Boost Fertility, by Dr Marilyn Glenville
#65533; Restorative Yoga and Mindful Movement
#65533; Fertility Thinking through CBT
#65533; Taking care of your relationships
#65533; Useful Resources
Featuring line illustrations to complement the text, journaling exercises throughout, and a foreword by pioneer of Mind-Body Medicine, Dr Alice Domar.
' A definite must-read regardless as to where you are on your journey'
My Fertility Specialist Magazine
'A much-needed antidote to the all-too-often stressful and soul-searching path to parenthood. I will be recommending it to my fertility patients'
Emma Cannon, integrated fertility expert, author of The Baby-Making Bible
'This book provides the perfect balance outlining the integrative mind and body approach and provides an essential complement to the medical aspects of the fertility journey'
Dr James Nicopoullos, Consultant Gynaecologist?& subspecialist in Reproduce Medicine, The Lister Clinic, Lister Hospital, Chelsea, London
'In this book Ann Bracken has compiled what you need to know in an easily accessible, friendly and compassionate format'
Dr Alice D Domar, Associate Professor in Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Reproductive Biology, Harvard Medical School and Executive Director of the Domar Center for Mind/Body Health