The effects of fertility-supporting health training on healthy lifestyle behaviors and infertility self-efficacy in infertile women: A quasi-experimental study


Altiparmak S., AKSOY DERYA Y.

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE, vol.20, pp.146-153, 2018 (SCI-Expanded) identifier identifier

Abstract

Introduction: It is important to change behaviours and situations that affect fertility in a negative way (e.g. obesity, smoking and stress). Healthy lifestyle behaviours supporting fertility involve changing these habits. The development of healthy lifestyle behaviours which can support fertility can be achieved through taking personal responsibility to change unhealthy behaviours. This study was aimed at determining the effects of fertility supporting health training on healthy lifestyle behaviours and self-efficacy in infertile women. This study aimed to determine the effects of fertility supporting health training on changing healthy lifestyle behaviours and self-efficacy in infertile women.