Stress and Fertility - Dr. Prashant Jain
Dr. Prashant Jain, BAMS, MD (Ayu), Delhi, India - is a Classical Ayurveda practitioner located in Delhi, India. Who have learnt his vast knowledge of Ayurveda through ancient Guru Shishya Parampara by various renowned Guru’s of Ayurveda and validates his educational credentials by obtaining Masters & pursuing PhD in field of Ayurveda. He is also one among few Certified Ayurvedic Medical Cannabis doctors of India.
He has received many awards in field of Ayurveda.
1. Rising Star of Ayurveda by Dr. Vashishth Ayu Remedies.
2. Appreciation by Bhavishya Foundation for extraordinary work in field of Ayurveda.
3. Honoured by DABUR India for setting milestones in Ayurvedic treatment of Kidney Disorders.
4. Certificate of appreciation by SDM Ayurveda for excellence in delivering Ayurveda to the community.
He has established Nirmal Ayurved in Delhi in year 2019 with a view to provide authentic classical ayurvedic treatment to community.
Dr. Prashant Jain is Founder of Ayu Fertility a specialized Fertility & related treatment center in Delhi.
He has also worked as Ayurved Consultant at Central Ayurveda Research Institute – Delhi a unit of CCRAS, Ministry of AYUSH, Gov. of India.
Dr. Prashant is in the field of Ayurveda since last 12 years & providing Ayurvedic Consultation and Treatment to society since 2014. During this tenure he have successfully treated more than 5k patients in India and abroad through Ayurveda with a high Success Rate.
He is also part of Continuing Ayurveda Education in association with different Ayurveda Companies.
Topic: Stress and Fertility
Abstract: The relationship between fertility, related issues & stress has been discussed for years. Women with fertility related issues report elevated levels of anxiety and depression, so it is clear that infertility causes stress. What is need to be discussed, is whether stress leads to fertility related issues or not? Also the impact of stress on treatment outcome is difficult to assess due to a number of factors, which includes inaccurate self-reporting and feelings of increased optimism at the time of treatment. However, the most recent studies have documented the efficacy of psychological interventions as being associated with significant increases in pregnancy rates.