IMI Naturopathic Physician Benita Perch discusses the factors affecting fertility in Hong Kong; the basics frequently missed by fertility doctors thus prolonging the infertility journey; and the approach she takes as a doctor, naturopath, and homeopath to increase the chances of a healthy pregnancy.
Infertility can cause trauma, and trauma can cause infertility too. Could past events be impacting your fertility? And could therapy help you heal emotionally and physically?
Safe, gentle and natural, osteopathy has been proven to treat the root causes of infertility, as well as offering support during pregnancy. Read about Jane’s success story.
Dr Ji Woon Min explains how this all-natural facial is perfect for pampering or to correct problem skin from dry or dull skin, dark circles, frown lines, clogged pores, inflammation, to maskne.
IMI practitioner Mariko Hiyama shares the importance of meeting and managing difficult emotions and the techniques to restore balance and calm.
End the silence: The emotional effects of infertility, miscarriage and stillbirth and the support available.
Feelings surrounding infertility and pregnancy loss are complicated. IMI Psychotherapist Ilisa Howard describes the breadth of emotions couples may experience and the support available.
Chinese version 跳至中文版 Many couples are encouraged to consider assisted reproductive technology (ART) such as IUI or IVF after just a few months of trying to conceive without success. Though these fertility procedures help bring the sperm and egg (closer) together, they are rather costly, often stressful, not to mention not...
Homeopathic medicine for women’s hormonal health: from painful periods, mood swings, to menopausal issues
As women our most complicated functions are controlled by specific glands, which send chemical messengers to activate and control growth, weight, body temperature, sexual and reproductive activity, immunity, energy and stress levels. Every month, we undergo a menstrual cycle. For some women, however, this is something to be endured. It...
Puberty, ovulation, pregnancy, and menopause. Throughout a woman’s in-built life cycle, hormones naturally fluctuate. During your menstrual cycle, estrogen and progesterone hormones shift as your body prepares for ovulation and a possible pregnancy. During pregnancy, these hormones soar. If there is no pregnancy, your hormone production falls, inducing menstruation and...