#Emotional #Stress #Depression #Hunyuan #Infertility
Emotional stress and depression is a leading cause for infertility. Understanding emotional stress and its relationship to infertility is not an easy task and therefore it is often ignored. Most people believe that stress is a temporary situation. Something negative happens and therefore we experience emotional stress. In reality, the situation is quite different. From the time one is an infant and as they grow up his/her heart is being conditioned to act and react in a certain way. One’s heart-style-of-reaction is determined by the myriad of situations one experiences throughout life. This means that when external situation appears to be stressful it may be more stressful to one person than to another. The amount of stress one experiences relates, off course, to the external stimulus, but even more so the condition of one’s own heart.
Hunyuan medicine calls this Heart Dichotomy. It is the heart-style-of-reaction to external stressor. Now you may ask yourself ‘how is that related to infertility?’ Indeed, it is very much related. Fertility is determined by the amount of Pivot an egg can carry. This egg Pivot originates from and fluctuates by the mother’s energy being adequate or not. When the heart is stimulated by the action we call ‘stress’ then the recharging of energy immediately drops. This, in turn, leads to poor egg quality.
Today, when couples encounter a diagnosis of infertility they often seek the help of an IVF clinic. However, during an IVF procedure stress is abundant and women often feel depression. Fertility drugs, likewise, exacerbate this stressful situation and it seems that little attention is given to the emotional stress being created.
Hunyuan fertility strategy revolves first and foremost around calming the dichotomy and decreasing emotional stress. Hunyuan fertility patients often comment “I feel less worried and less stressed.” It is clear that less stress increases fertility and egg quality. So why ignore it?
How to make this stress go away is certainly a challenge, because the heart-style-of-reaction, or dichotomy, has been cultivated over a life time. It is not easily changed. Externally, there is indeed a negative situation causing stress; the inability to conceive. Many IVF doctors tell their female patients “just relax”, but this in turn increases their anxiety. It sends a signal that something is wrong.
Hunyuan medicine adopted a unique method of handling this situation. It is called heart dichotomy method or in short ‘heart method’. It is a daily practical exercise to cultivate the heart dichotomy style to become smaller, which means the heart discharges less energy in reaction to external stressors. It conserves one’s energy and increases the amount of egg Pivot. This is how poor egg quality is often resolved. Emotional stress and infertility is thus resolved.
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Dr. Yaron Seidman DAOM