THE ROLE OF REGULARLY EXERCISE IN OVERCOMING INFERTILITY BARRIERS
Infertility is seen worldwide in developing countries and affects 30% of couples. Infertility causes depression, anxiety, social isolation, sexual dysfunction and decreased quality of life. In the treatment of infertility; Besides medical treatment, significant advances have been obtained from the eastern medical strategies. Regular exercise programs, physical fitness gives to individuals. In addition, it makes them feel good about themselves physically and spiritually. It has been shown that exercise has a significant impact on health, and that regular exercise supports healthy body weight, good circulation, positive mental health, good digestion, a healthy body and helps reproduction. Complementary and alternative medicine, acupuncture and finally regular exercise are shown to be able to eliminate infertility problems. In this study, we aimed to explain the effects of exercise on male and female infertility and to create awareness.
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