Infertility - couple on bed - stress management centre

Infertility and Autogenics

There can be many underlying physical causes of both male and female infertility.  However there are significant numbers of infertile couples where no cause can be determined.  For these couples, all tests and investigations have proved negative – everything appears to be working fine, but still the couples are unable to produce their longed for babies.  In such situations, the effects of stress can be one of the main causes of infertility.
 
Autogenics has long been shown to be a useful therapeutic technique for assisting couples where stress is contributing to their infertility.   Such stress may be due to long and erratic working hours or anxieties about work and financial security. 

In addition stress can also be triggered when a couple’s attempts to become pregnant constantly fail.   High stress levels typically occur when couples are undertaking a course of IVF treatment and become anxious about whether it will be successful. 

Autogenics can be helpful for all of these situations.  

One of the outcomes of prolonged stress is that, when there are raised levels of prolactin, a hormone that is essential for regulating ovulation and follicle stimulation, this can  inhibit other hormones that are necessary for fertility. Thus, in turn can lead to infertility.    Autogenics can help to rebalance prolactin levels and restore fertility to infertile couples.

Research undertaken by A.M. O’Moore, R.R. O’Moore, R.F. Harrison, G. Murphy and M.E. Carruthers (published in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research 27, p145-151 1983 – Psychosomatic Aspects in Idiopathic Infertility: Effects of Treatment with Autogenic Training) showed that there was a significant reduction in anxiety and prolaction after couples had been taught Autogenics.

Autogenics is an easy to learn technique that can help reduce anxiety and bring about a re-balancing of the various biochemical functions of the body.  In addition to assisting with fertility, it has proved to be helpful in reducing the anxiety and pain of childbirth as well as enabling mothers of newborn babies to recover more rapidly from their labour and delivery.
 
Another useful benefit of Autogenics is that, since a 15 minute session can provide the equivalent rest and recuperation of 3-4 hours sleep, new mothers can cope more effectively with their babies’ erratic sleeping and waking times. As a result they feel more refreshed during the day.


The Stress Management Centre runs occasional group and one to one courses in Autogenics.

Our Autogenics Training therapist has many years experience teaching Autogenics for a wide range of applications and became one of the first Autogenics Training Therapists when the British Centre for Autogenics Training was established in the 1980s. 

Additional training was also taken with Dr W Luthe, who – with Dr J H Schultz – developed the Autogenics therapeutic programme. This included instructions in one of Luthe’s later therapeutic applications – Creative Mobilisation Therapy (CMT).  


Our Consulting Practice covers Southwest London: SW13, SW14, SW15:  Barnes, Kew, Mortlake, Putney, Richmond upon Thames, Sheen and Twickenham. 

For further information, you can contact us by email using the Contact Form on our About us page. However, feel free to give us a call on:

Tel: 020 8878 1355
Mob: 07522 279203 

Infertility - couple on bed - stress management centre

Infertility and Autogenics

There can be many underlying physical causes of both male and female infertility.  However there are significant numbers of infertile couples where no cause can be determined.  For these couples, all tests and investigations have proved negative – everything appears to be working fine, but still the couples are unable to produce their longed for babies.  In such situations, the effects of stress can be one of the main causes of infertility.
 
Autogenics has long been shown to be a useful therapeutic technique for assisting couples where stress is contributing to their infertility.   Such stress may be due to long and erratic working hours or anxieties about work and financial security. 

In addition stress can also be triggered when a couple’s attempts to become pregnant constantly fail.   High stress levels typically occur when couples are undertaking a course of IVF treatment and become anxious about whether it will be successful. 

Autogenics can be helpful for all of these situations.  

One of the outcomes of prolonged stress is that, when there are raised levels of prolactin, a hormone that is essential for regulating ovulation and follicle stimulation, this can  inhibit other hormones that are necessary for fertility. Thus, in turn can lead to infertility.    Autogenics can help to rebalance prolactin levels and restore fertility to infertile couples.

Research undertaken by A.M. O’Moore, R.R. O’Moore, R.F. Harrison, G. Murphy and M.E. Carruthers (published in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research 27, p145-151 1983 – Psychosomatic Aspects in Idiopathic Infertility: Effects of Treatment with Autogenic Training) showed that there was a significant reduction in anxiety and prolaction after couples had been taught Autogenics.

Autogenics is an easy to learn technique that can help reduce anxiety and bring about a re-balancing of the various biochemical functions of the body.  In addition to assisting with fertility, it has proved to be helpful in reducing the anxiety and pain of childbirth as well as enabling mothers of newborn babies to recover more rapidly from their labour and delivery.
 
Another useful benefit of Autogenics is that, since a 15 minute session can provide the equivalent rest and recuperation of 3-4 hours sleep, new mothers can cope more effectively with their babies’ erratic sleeping and waking times. As a result they feel more refreshed during the day.


The Stress Management Centre runs occasional group and one to one courses in Autogenics.

Our Autogenics Training therapist has many years experience teaching Autogenics for a wide range of applications and became one of the first Autogenics Training Therapists when the British Centre for Autogenics Training was established in the 1980s. 

Additional training was also taken with Dr W Luthe, who – with Dr J H Schultz – developed the Autogenics therapeutic programme. This included instructions in one of Luthe’s later therapeutic applications – Creative Mobilisation Therapy (CMT).  


Our Consulting Practice covers Southwest London: SW13, SW14, SW15:  Barnes, Kew, Mortlake, Putney, Richmond upon Thames, Sheen and Twickenham. 

For further information, you can contact us by email using the Contact Form on our About us page. However, feel free to give us a call on:

Tel: 020 8878 1355
Mob: 07522 279203 

Infertility - couple on bed - stress management centre

Infertility and Autogenics

There can be many underlying physical causes of both male and female infertility.  However there are significant numbers of infertile couples where no cause can be determined.  For these couples, all tests and investigations have proved negative – everything appears to be working fine, but still the couples are unable to produce their longed for babies.  In such situations, the effects of stress can be one of the main causes of infertility.
 
Autogenics has long been shown to be a useful therapeutic technique for assisting couples where stress is contributing to their infertility.   Such stress may be due to long and erratic working hours or anxieties about work and financial security. 

In addition stress can also be triggered when a couple’s attempts to become pregnant constantly fail.   High stress levels typically occur when couples are undertaking a course of IVF treatment and become anxious about whether it will be successful. 

Autogenics can be helpful for all of these situations.  

One of the outcomes of prolonged stress is that, when there are raised levels of prolactin, a hormone that is essential for regulating ovulation and follicle stimulation, this can  inhibit other hormones that are necessary for fertility. Thus, in turn can lead to infertility.    Autogenics can help to rebalance prolactin levels and restore fertility to infertile couples.

Research undertaken by A.M. O’Moore, R.R. O’Moore, R.F. Harrison, G. Murphy and M.E. Carruthers (published in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research 27, p145-151 1983 – Psychosomatic Aspects in Idiopathic Infertility: Effects of Treatment with Autogenic Training) showed that there was a significant reduction in anxiety and prolaction after couples had been taught Autogenics.

Autogenics is an easy to learn technique that can help reduce anxiety and bring about a re-balancing of the various biochemical functions of the body.  In addition to assisting with fertility, it has proved to be helpful in reducing the anxiety and pain of childbirth as well as enabling mothers of newborn babies to recover more rapidly from their labour and delivery.
 
Another useful benefit of Autogenics is that, since a 15 minute session can provide the equivalent rest and recuperation of 3-4 hours sleep, new mothers can cope more effectively with their babies’ erratic sleeping and waking times. As a result they feel more refreshed during the day.


The Stress Management Centre runs occasional group and one to one courses in Autogenics.

Our Autogenics Training therapist has many years experience teaching Autogenics for a wide range of applications and became one of the first Autogenics Training Therapists when the British Centre for Autogenics Training was established in the 1980s. 

Additional training was also taken with Dr W Luthe, who – with Dr J H Schultz – developed the Autogenics therapeutic programme. This included instructions in one of Luthe’s later therapeutic applications – Creative Mobilisation Therapy (CMT).  


Our Consulting Practice covers Southwest London: SW13, SW14, SW15:  Barnes, Kew, Mortlake, Putney, Richmond upon Thames, Sheen and Twickenham. 

For further information, you can contact us by email using the Contact Form on our About us page. However, feel free to give us a call on:

Tel: 020 8878 1355
Mob: 07522 279203 

Infertility - couple on bed - stress management centre

Infertility and Autogenics

There can be many underlying physical causes of both male and female infertility.  However there are significant numbers of infertile couples where no cause can be determined.  For these couples, all tests and investigations have proved negative – everything appears to be working fine, but still the couples are unable to produce their longed for babies.  In such situations, the effects of stress can be one of the main causes of infertility.
 
Autogenics has long been shown to be a useful therapeutic technique for assisting couples where stress is contributing to their infertility.   Such stress may be due to long and erratic working hours or anxieties about work and financial security. 

In addition stress can also be triggered when a couple’s attempts to become pregnant constantly fail.   High stress levels typically occur when couples are undertaking a course of IVF treatment and become anxious about whether it will be successful. 

Autogenics can be helpful for all of these situations.  

One of the outcomes of prolonged stress is that, when there are raised levels of prolactin, a hormone that is essential for regulating ovulation and follicle stimulation, this can  inhibit other hormones that are necessary for fertility. Thus, in turn can lead to infertility.    Autogenics can help to rebalance prolactin levels and restore fertility to infertile couples.

Research undertaken by A.M. O’Moore, R.R. O’Moore, R.F. Harrison, G. Murphy and M.E. Carruthers (published in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research 27, p145-151 1983 – Psychosomatic Aspects in Idiopathic Infertility: Effects of Treatment with Autogenic Training) showed that there was a significant reduction in anxiety and prolaction after couples had been taught Autogenics.

Autogenics is an easy to learn technique that can help reduce anxiety and bring about a re-balancing of the various biochemical functions of the body.  In addition to assisting with fertility, it has proved to be helpful in reducing the anxiety and pain of childbirth as well as enabling mothers of newborn babies to recover more rapidly from their labour and delivery.
 
Another useful benefit of Autogenics is that, since a 15 minute session can provide the equivalent rest and recuperation of 3-4 hours sleep, new mothers can cope more effectively with their babies’ erratic sleeping and waking times. As a result they feel more refreshed during the day.


The Stress Management Centre runs occasional group and one to one courses in Autogenics.

Our Autogenics Training therapist has many years experience teaching Autogenics for a wide range of applications and became one of the first Autogenics Training Therapists when the British Centre for Autogenics Training was established in the 1980s. 

Additional training was also taken with Dr W Luthe, who – with Dr J H Schultz – developed the Autogenics therapeutic programme. This included instructions in one of Luthe’s later therapeutic applications – Creative Mobilisation Therapy (CMT).  


Our Consulting Practice covers Southwest London: SW13, SW14, SW15:  Barnes, Kew, Mortlake, Putney, Richmond upon Thames, Sheen and Twickenham. 

For further information, you can contact us by email using the Contact Form on our About us page. However, feel free to give us a call on:

Tel: 020 8878 1355
Mob: 07522 279203 

Infertility - couple on bed - stress management centre

Infertility and Autogenics

There can be many underlying physical causes of both male and female infertility.  However there are significant numbers of infertile couples where no cause can be determined.  For these couples, all tests and investigations have proved negative – everything appears to be working fine, but still the couples are unable to produce their longed for babies.  In such situations, the effects of stress can be one of the main causes of infertility.
 
Autogenics has long been shown to be a useful therapeutic technique for assisting couples where stress is contributing to their infertility.   Such stress may be due to long and erratic working hours or anxieties about work and financial security. 

In addition stress can also be triggered when a couple’s attempts to become pregnant constantly fail.   High stress levels typically occur when couples are undertaking a course of IVF treatment and become anxious about whether it will be successful. 

Autogenics can be helpful for all of these situations.  

One of the outcomes of prolonged stress is that, when there are raised levels of prolactin, a hormone that is essential for regulating ovulation and follicle stimulation, this can  inhibit other hormones that are necessary for fertility. Thus, in turn can lead to infertility.    Autogenics can help to rebalance prolactin levels and restore fertility to infertile couples.

Research undertaken by A.M. O’Moore, R.R. O’Moore, R.F. Harrison, G. Murphy and M.E. Carruthers (published in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research 27, p145-151 1983 – Psychosomatic Aspects in Idiopathic Infertility: Effects of Treatment with Autogenic Training) showed that there was a significant reduction in anxiety and prolaction after couples had been taught Autogenics.

Autogenics is an easy to learn technique that can help reduce anxiety and bring about a re-balancing of the various biochemical functions of the body.  In addition to assisting with fertility, it has proved to be helpful in reducing the anxiety and pain of childbirth as well as enabling mothers of newborn babies to recover more rapidly from their labour and delivery.
 
Another useful benefit of Autogenics is that, since a 15 minute session can provide the equivalent rest and recuperation of 3-4 hours sleep, new mothers can cope more effectively with their babies’ erratic sleeping and waking times. As a result they feel more refreshed during the day.


The Stress Management Centre runs occasional group and one to one courses in Autogenics.

Our Autogenics Training therapist has many years experience teaching Autogenics for a wide range of applications and became one of the first Autogenics Training Therapists when the British Centre for Autogenics Training was established in the 1980s. 

Additional training was also taken with Dr W Luthe, who – with Dr J H Schultz – developed the Autogenics therapeutic programme. This included instructions in one of Luthe’s later therapeutic applications – Creative Mobilisation Therapy (CMT).  


Our Consulting Practice covers Southwest London: SW13, SW14, SW15:  Barnes, Kew, Mortlake, Putney, Richmond upon Thames, Sheen and Twickenham. 

For further information, you can contact us by email using the Contact Form on our About us page. However, feel free to give us a call on:

Tel: 020 8878 1355
Mob: 07522 279203 

Infertility - couple on bed - stress management centre

Infertility and Autogenics

There can be many underlying physical causes of both male and female infertility.  However there are significant numbers of infertile couples where no cause can be determined.  For these couples, all tests and investigations have proved negative – everything appears to be working fine, but still the couples are unable to produce their longed for babies.  In such situations, the effects of stress can be one of the main causes of infertility.
 
Autogenics has long been shown to be a useful therapeutic technique for assisting couples where stress is contributing to their infertility.   Such stress may be due to long and erratic working hours or anxieties about work and financial security. 

In addition stress can also be triggered when a couple’s attempts to become pregnant constantly fail.   High stress levels typically occur when couples are undertaking a course of IVF treatment and become anxious about whether it will be successful. 

Autogenics can be helpful for all of these situations.  

One of the outcomes of prolonged stress is that, when there are raised levels of prolactin, a hormone that is essential for regulating ovulation and follicle stimulation, this can  inhibit other hormones that are necessary for fertility. Thus, in turn can lead to infertility.    Autogenics can help to rebalance prolactin levels and restore fertility to infertile couples.

Research undertaken by A.M. O’Moore, R.R. O’Moore, R.F. Harrison, G. Murphy and M.E. Carruthers (published in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research 27, p145-151 1983 – Psychosomatic Aspects in Idiopathic Infertility: Effects of Treatment with Autogenic Training) showed that there was a significant reduction in anxiety and prolaction after couples had been taught Autogenics.

Autogenics is an easy to learn technique that can help reduce anxiety and bring about a re-balancing of the various biochemical functions of the body.  In addition to assisting with fertility, it has proved to be helpful in reducing the anxiety and pain of childbirth as well as enabling mothers of newborn babies to recover more rapidly from their labour and delivery.
 
Another useful benefit of Autogenics is that, since a 15 minute session can provide the equivalent rest and recuperation of 3-4 hours sleep, new mothers can cope more effectively with their babies’ erratic sleeping and waking times. As a result they feel more refreshed during the day.


The Stress Management Centre runs occasional group and one to one courses in Autogenics.

Our Autogenics Training therapist has many years experience teaching Autogenics for a wide range of applications and became one of the first Autogenics Training Therapists when the British Centre for Autogenics Training was established in the 1980s. 

Additional training was also taken with Dr W Luthe, who – with Dr J H Schultz – developed the Autogenics therapeutic programme. This included instructions in one of Luthe’s later therapeutic applications – Creative Mobilisation Therapy (CMT).  


Our Consulting Practice covers Southwest London: SW13, SW14, SW15:  Barnes, Kew, Mortlake, Putney, Richmond upon Thames, Sheen and Twickenham. 

For further information, you can contact us by email using the Contact Form on our About us page. However, feel free to give us a call on:

Tel: 020 8878 1355
Mob: 07522 279203 

Infertility - couple on bed - stress management centre

Infertility and Autogenics

There can be many underlying physical causes of both male and female infertility.  However there are significant numbers of infertile couples where no cause can be determined.  For these couples, all tests and investigations have proved negative – everything appears to be working fine, but still the couples are unable to produce their longed for babies.  In such situations, the effects of stress can be one of the main causes of infertility.
 
Autogenics has long been shown to be a useful therapeutic technique for assisting couples where stress is contributing to their infertility.   Such stress may be due to long and erratic working hours or anxieties about work and financial security. 

In addition stress can also be triggered when a couple’s attempts to become pregnant constantly fail.   High stress levels typically occur when couples are undertaking a course of IVF treatment and become anxious about whether it will be successful. 

Autogenics can be helpful for all of these situations.  

One of the outcomes of prolonged stress is that, when there are raised levels of prolactin, a hormone that is essential for regulating ovulation and follicle stimulation, this can  inhibit other hormones that are necessary for fertility. Thus, in turn can lead to infertility.    Autogenics can help to rebalance prolactin levels and restore fertility to infertile couples.

Research undertaken by A.M. O’Moore, R.R. O’Moore, R.F. Harrison, G. Murphy and M.E. Carruthers (published in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research 27, p145-151 1983 – Psychosomatic Aspects in Idiopathic Infertility: Effects of Treatment with Autogenic Training) showed that there was a significant reduction in anxiety and prolaction after couples had been taught Autogenics.

Autogenics is an easy to learn technique that can help reduce anxiety and bring about a re-balancing of the various biochemical functions of the body.  In addition to assisting with fertility, it has proved to be helpful in reducing the anxiety and pain of childbirth as well as enabling mothers of newborn babies to recover more rapidly from their labour and delivery.
 
Another useful benefit of Autogenics is that, since a 15 minute session can provide the equivalent rest and recuperation of 3-4 hours sleep, new mothers can cope more effectively with their babies’ erratic sleeping and waking times. As a result they feel more refreshed during the day.


The Stress Management Centre runs occasional group and one to one courses in Autogenics.

Our Autogenics Training therapist has many years experience teaching Autogenics for a wide range of applications and became one of the first Autogenics Training Therapists when the British Centre for Autogenics Training was established in the 1980s. 

Additional training was also taken with Dr W Luthe, who – with Dr J H Schultz – developed the Autogenics therapeutic programme. This included instructions in one of Luthe’s later therapeutic applications – Creative Mobilisation Therapy (CMT).  


Our Consulting Practice covers Southwest London: SW13, SW14, SW15:  Barnes, Kew, Mortlake, Putney, Richmond upon Thames, Sheen and Twickenham. 

For further information, you can contact us by email using the Contact Form on our About us page. However, feel free to give us a call on:

Tel: 020 8878 1355
Mob: 07522 279203 

Infertility - couple on bed - stress management centre

Infertility and Autogenics

There can be many underlying physical causes of both male and female infertility.  However there are significant numbers of infertile couples where no cause can be determined.  For these couples, all tests and investigations have proved negative – everything appears to be working fine, but still the couples are unable to produce their longed for babies.  In such situations, the effects of stress can be one of the main causes of infertility.
 
Autogenics has long been shown to be a useful therapeutic technique for assisting couples where stress is contributing to their infertility.   Such stress may be due to long and erratic working hours or anxieties about work and financial security. 

In addition stress can also be triggered when a couple’s attempts to become pregnant constantly fail.   High stress levels typically occur when couples are undertaking a course of IVF treatment and become anxious about whether it will be successful. 

Autogenics can be helpful for all of these situations.  

One of the outcomes of prolonged stress is that, when there are raised levels of prolactin, a hormone that is essential for regulating ovulation and follicle stimulation, this can  inhibit other hormones that are necessary for fertility. Thus, in turn can lead to infertility.    Autogenics can help to rebalance prolactin levels and restore fertility to infertile couples.

Research undertaken by A.M. O’Moore, R.R. O’Moore, R.F. Harrison, G. Murphy and M.E. Carruthers (published in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research 27, p145-151 1983 – Psychosomatic Aspects in Idiopathic Infertility: Effects of Treatment with Autogenic Training) showed that there was a significant reduction in anxiety and prolaction after couples had been taught Autogenics.

Autogenics is an easy to learn technique that can help reduce anxiety and bring about a re-balancing of the various biochemical functions of the body.  In addition to assisting with fertility, it has proved to be helpful in reducing the anxiety and pain of childbirth as well as enabling mothers of newborn babies to recover more rapidly from their labour and delivery.
 
Another useful benefit of Autogenics is that, since a 15 minute session can provide the equivalent rest and recuperation of 3-4 hours sleep, new mothers can cope more effectively with their babies’ erratic sleeping and waking times. As a result they feel more refreshed during the day.


The Stress Management Centre runs occasional group and one to one courses in Autogenics.

Our Autogenics Training therapist has many years experience teaching Autogenics for a wide range of applications and became one of the first Autogenics Training Therapists when the British Centre for Autogenics Training was established in the 1980s. 

Additional training was also taken with Dr W Luthe, who – with Dr J H Schultz – developed the Autogenics therapeutic programme. This included instructions in one of Luthe’s later therapeutic applications – Creative Mobilisation Therapy (CMT).  


Our Consulting Practice covers Southwest London: SW13, SW14, SW15:  Barnes, Kew, Mortlake, Putney, Richmond upon Thames, Sheen and Twickenham. 

For further information, you can contact us by email using the Contact Form on our About us page. However, feel free to give us a call on:

Tel: 020 8878 1355
Mob: 07522 279203