Boost Sperm Count


Better and healthier sperm is not always a fair assumption. Comprehend how lifestyle variables can influence your sperm, how to increase sperm count and what you could do to keep improving your fertility.


Easy steps to boost the likelihood of developing healthy sperm include:

  • KEEP YOUR WEIGHT IN CHECK: According to some studies, increasing BMI is associated with decreased sperm count and mobility.
  • CONSUME A NUTRITIOUS DIET: Consume lots of fresh fruits and veggies, which are high in antioxidants and may drastically enhance sperm health.
  • PROTECT AGAINST SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS (STIs): In men, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) like gonorrhoea and chlamydia can lead to infertility. Restricting the number of sexual relationships and always utilising a condom for sex be it period sex or morning sex, as well as remaining in a mutually steady relationship with a non-infectious person, could help safeguard against STIs. You can buy condoms online if you feel embarrassed to buy them from the stores.
  • CONTROL YOUR STRESS: Stress could impair sexual performance and intrude on the hormones required for sperm production.
  • GET YOUR FEET MOVING: Moderate physical exercise could boost concentrations of powerful antioxidant enzymes, which could aid in the protection of sperm.

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Sperm is particularly susceptible to environmental variables like too much heat or harmful chemicals. Tips to boost fertility:

  • AVOID SMOKING Cigarette smokers are much more likely to experience low sperm counts. If you keep smoking, consult your physician for assistance in quitting.
  • CONSUME ALCOHOL IN MODERATION: Excessive drinking could result in lowered testosterone production, sperm production, and impotence. If you elect to consume alcohol, do so in reasonable quantities. That equates to up to one pack per day for females and two packs per day for males in healthy individuals.
  • DISCUSS MEDICATIONS WITH A MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL: Tricyclic antidepressants,  Calcium channel blockers, opioids, anti-androgens, and other medications could all interfere with fertility. The same effect can be achieved with anabolic steroids and other illegal drugs.
  • KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR TOXINS: Exposure to lead, Pesticides, as well as other toxins, could all affect sperm quality and count. Operate safely if you have to handle toxins. For instance, wearing protective garments, using protective gear like safety goggles, and avoiding skin contact with chemicals.
  • MAINTAIN YOUR COMPOSURE: Sperm production could be hampered by elevated scrotal temperature. Even though the advantages have not been proven, choosing to wear loose-fitting undergarments, limiting sitting, preventing hot tubs and saunas, and restricting scrotum exposure to warm objects like a laptop may improve sperm quality.

Radiation therapy and chemotherapy for cancer could reduce sperm count and result in infertility that may last a lifetime. Inquire with your doctor about the likelihood of fetching and storing sperm before starting treatment.

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Embracing positive lifestyle practices such as knowing the sensitive places to touch a woman to promote fertility and prevent unnecessary things that could harm it can increase the likelihood of conceiving. Nevertheless, if your companion and you haven't gotten pregnant after one year of unprotected intercourse, you should consider getting tested for infertility. A gynaecologist may be able to diagnose the issue and recommend treatments that will put your companion and you on the path to parenthood.

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