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This Habit Can Reduce Pregnancy Chances!


If you are trying to get pregnant, then read this! Do you watch TV till late night? Do you have the habit of playing with your mobile phone till late night?

Do you leave the bed light on throughout the night? Well, all kinds of artificial light sources are bad when you are trying to conceive, say experts.

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Those light sources may drastically reduce the chances of getting pregnant, say researchers. Here are more details about the study.


Fact #1

A Japanese study warns that artificial light exposure is bad. If your eyes or body is exposed to light from gadgets at night, it could reduce your fertility levels!


Fact #2

This fact was discovered in a rat study. When female rats were exposed to artificial light during the night time, they suffered infertility. This effect is seen mainly in rats which are in their middle ages.

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Fact #3

Is there any link between fertility and light? Artificial light affects the circadian rhythms of the body.


Fact #4

From sleeping patterns to menstrual cycles, the body clock needs to manage certain functions. Melatonin has a role in this whole process.

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Fact #5

When it gets dark, your brain gets a signal to release melatonin to make you feel sleepy. When you are filling your space with artificial light, your sleep cycles get disturbed because enough of melatonin doesn't get secreted.


Fact #6

Also, melatonin levels also affect hormones of reproduction (progesterone and estrogen). This is the link between light and fertility.

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Fact #7

Though a rat study has confirmed this, researchers say that the results apply to humans as well. And women who are above 35 should be careful with artificial light sources.

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