The arrival of a child completes the happiness of a couple...

However, modern lifestyles postpone consideration on family planning.

Infertility is defined as the inability of a couple to achieve pregnancy after at least one year of unprotected sexual intercourse. At the end of that period, it is recommended that the couple visits a healthcare professional who will identify the causes and provide the applicable treatment for the couple. Gender involvement on infertility is almost equal and the couple is treated as a unit. But, before one seeks for treatment, prevention is especially beneficial. Clinical studies have shown that adopting a healthy lifestyle has beneficial effects on fertility. In particular, nutrition can also prove beneficial to this end.

25% of couples do not achieve pregnancy during the first year of their efforts, while 15% of them turn to a medical specialist for assistance. In both men and women, fertility may be compromised due to a number of factors. In a very large percentage of cases infertility is characterized as idiopathic and is not accompanied by severe historical or abnormal findings of the reproductive system. Research suggests that oxidative stress is the main cause of idiopathic infertility. This term is used to describe a medical condition in which the levels of Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) -implicated in lesions in cell membranes- have increased significantly in the body. Oxidative stress seems to have an impact on the quality of the gametes produced and the way they interact, while playing a role in the early development of the fetus, the implantation and finally the outcome of the pregnancy itself.

AXION is a mixture of nutrients, each of which participates in a different way in strengthening the body.

AXION for Men read more here

AXION for Women read more here
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