Harvard study shows some women have fewer eggs because...

As I write this, I'm dragging.  Stayed out late with an out-of-town guest.  

It's moments like these when I harken back to the days when I could stay up all night and be ready to go a few scant hours later.  Those were good times. 

Now, I have a pretty structured sleep schedule so I can get in my 8 hours.

Unfortunately, that's impossible for women who work night shifts.  Most commonly, I run into that with clients in the medical profession such as doctors and nurses.

Bad news for these women though...

A Harvard study of 500 women undergoing IVF found those who work night shift or had jobs that involved heavy lifting have fewer eggs.

Based on the outcomes of 28% fewer eggs in women working the night shift and 14% fewer eggs in women whose jobs involved heavy lifting, the researchers recommend day jobs and leave the heavy lifting to others.

This study illustrates the importance of sleeping enough hours and at a regular time.  This will allow your body to regenerate so the reproductive system is running at optimal efficiency.  

Sleep is just one of many fertility factors you can control.  For more on what you can do for your individual situation, 1 hours phone consults are available for $149.  But act fast because this offer ends Friday April 13, 9:00pm PST.  If you want the 1 hour consult, pay here and let's get cracking!

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Julie Chang,
Natural Fertility Eggspurt

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