Lifestyle Factors and Reproductive Health

Approximately 10 to 15% of pairs are squeezed by infertility. Newly, the fundamental role that lifestyle issues play in the growth of childlessness has produced a significant quantity of attention. Lifestyle issues are the adjustable habits and ways of life that can meaningfully affect whole health and well-being, with fertility. Many routine factors such as the age at which to start a family, diet, weight, workout, psychological stress, ecological and professional exposures, and others can have extensive effects on fertility; lifestyle issues such as cigarette smoking, illegal drug use, and alcohol and caffeine feeding can harmfully influence fertility while others such as preventive care may be helpful. The present works review includes multiple lifestyle issues and places infertility in situation for the couple by concentrating on both males and females; it aims to classify the roles that lifestyle factors play in decisive reproductive status. The rising interest and amount of research in this field have made it manifest that lifestyle issues have an important effect on fertility.

  • Safe Motherhood
  • Sexual and Gender-based Violence
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Including HIV/AIDS
  • Reproductive Health of Young People
  • Other Reproductive Health Concerns
  • Child health
  • Causes and Risk Factors

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