Women exercise too much or affect fertility

Women exercise too much or affect fertility

According to Health Weekly, experts from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology have found that it is just that some outstanding female athletes often have reproductive problems, and women who are overworked will have a three-fold increase in their chances of reproductive problems.

  The most representative study of Professor Sigrid Asgerdottir in 1984?
In 1986, the frequency and intensity of exercise of 3,000 women were investigated, and their pregnancy was recorded for the next 10 years.
  Among these women, there are two types of people most prone to fertility problems: one is a person who spends a lot of time exercising every day; the other is a person who exhausts himself after exercise even though the exercise frequency is not high.

Even taking into account factors such as age, weight, marital status, and living habits, excessive exercise is clearly linked to infertility.

  Experts point out that too much exercise will consume too much nutrition in a woman’s body and make her unprepared for pregnancy.

The good news is that these women with genetic problems eventually gave birth to babies.

Therefore, the shrinking effect of excessive exercise on the ability to cultivate is not permanent.

  Professor Asgeldottir suggested that women who want to conceive should adjust their exercise habits and reduce exercise intensity appropriately.