Surely you have ever heard something about the benefits of laughter. In fact, there are numerous studies that show that laughter therapy is a healthy method because it favors the physical and emotional state of people. In addition to relaxing the muscles, laughter reduces stress, increases the absorption of oxygen in the blood ... and a latest research reveals that it helps a woman to become pregnant after in vitro fertilization.
It is very common among women who undergo IVF, In Vitro Fertilization, to find themselves in the middle of a stressful situation. The tests, the medications, the exams, the expectations ... everything generates fatigue and worry. The research that was conducted in Israel and published in the journal 'Fertility and Sterility', did a study on 219 women. Of these, 110 received, after IVF procedures and for 15 minutes a day, a visit from a comedian. It was observed that the success of IVF was doubled in this group of women compared to the rest.
The possibility of achieving a pregnancy, after carrying out the transfer of embryos to the uterus, was higher in those who had laughed with the doctor laugh. Researchers believe that laughter relaxes women who are in a similar situation, functioning as a natural anti-stress mechanism. In addition, it is a procedure that does not have any contraindications and does not offer risks for the woman seeking to become pregnant.
A 'medical clown' visited the clinic periodically for a year. Half of the study participants received the embryo transfer the day the clown was at the clinic. During rest and recovery, the clown routinely visited them for 15 minutes. The team found that patients who had laughed were twice as likely to achieve pregnancy.
If you are considering IVF, you know, nothing in a bad mood, Negative or discouraged thoughts, be happy and have fun with the laughs, and you will surely achieve the desired pregnancy. You will tell us.
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