Women who practice fitness craze in the fitness beware. A study showed too much time in the gym to reduce the chances of women having children.
Researchers found that daily exercise is carried out in a gym trigger high levels of fatigue that makes the problem of fertility disorders increased three times as much.
Health experts agree exercise has health benefits. But too much exercise actually drain energy and can interfere with a successful pregnancy plan. The discovery was made by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology of 3,000 women.
In the survey, women were asked about the frequency, duration and intensity of their fitness training between 1984 and 1986. In 10 years later, researchers asked more problems their pregnancy.
Chief Sigridur Lara Gudmundsdottir research team said there were two groups of women who are at increased risk of infertility that is those who do almost every day or those who exercise until completely exhausted.
Even ignoring the factors of age, weight, marital status or hobbies of smoking, researchers found women who train hard it had a risk of fertility problems to 3-fold.
Younger women are more susceptible to this risk. While women aged under 30 years almost a quarter did not get pregnant during their first year of trying, compared with a national average of about seven percent of pregnancies.
But the negative impact of a fitness routine does not become permanent. "Because the majority of women surveyed in the end could have children too," said Gudmundsdottir as reported by the Telegraph, on Monday (9/11/2009).
"Women who surveyed the mid-1980s that eventually have children in the 1990s," he continued.
It is not known whether the woman who was difficult to get the boy's alter hormonal activity or conduct repairs.
Gudmundsdottir advise women who want a baby needs to maintain his fitness but do not do an exercise so esktrim.
"However we believe that physical activity is very high or very low has a negative effect on fertility, while the proportion of moderate activity more profitable," he said.