Acupuncture Help For Fertility
A natural way to help couples with low fertility has been promoted in a new ebook written by acupuncturist Alan Rouse and published with Amazon Kindle. He says that many of these people are often not infertile but just unhealthy and unable to conceive.
“Many older couples in their late thirties and early forties find that they are unable to conceive but they often forget that their bodies have had a hard life,” he says. “As we get older years of poor circulation resulting in a partial blockage of vital tubes makes conceiving virtually impossible.”
He says that a general poor lifestyle takes the body away from the ideal conceiving age of the early twenties. This applies to both men and women but particularly to women, who spend years suppressing their systems with the pill, often blocking the body’s cries for help.
“These people have little or no chance to conceive using expensive artificial aids like IVF, IUI and ICSI,” he says. “They pay for expensive courses of fertility stimulation without attempting to assess what is wrong with their body systems, expecting a damaged body to produce a baby if they throw money at it.”
In his short book “How Acupuncture Can Help Fertility” this English practitioner says that a detailed examination by a fully-trained Traditional Chinese Acupuncturist will soon uncover what the problem is. Acupuncture had the ability to put things right and get things working properly again.
Acupuncture is able to clear the system and stimulate sluggish organs, he says. It is one of the few natural treatments that is able to change the inside organs and get them working efficiently. And for people who are planning to have IVF, he says that a three-month course of acupuncture beforehand will make conception that much more certain.
His book has chapters to help both men and women with fertility problems. The book is studded with helpful facts and includes published statistics that prove the effectiveness of acupuncture.
“How Acupuncture Can Help Fertility” is published by Amazon.com Kindle, priced at $3.55.
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