Infertility in marriages is on the rise these days, and more education is needed to inform men about what to do and what not to do in order to generate robust and healthy sperm.....CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

A typical sperm count per milliliter (ml) of sperm ranges from 15 million to more than 200 million sperm. Low sperm counts are defined as less than 15 million sperm per milliliter or 39 million sperm per ejaculate. Oligospermia is a condition in which a male is unable to impregnate a woman due to a low sperm count.

Most guys don’t give their sperm quality much concern until they’re ready to create a family. However, there is a lot you can do now to improve your chances of having a healthy pregnancy and baby when the time comes. The following are some of the habits that create healthy sperm in guys.

Maintain A Healthy Weight By Staying Active

In comparison to males of normal weight, increased weight has been linked to lower testosterone levels, poorer sperm quality, and diminished fertility. Men’s sperm count can also be boosted by exercising for at least half an hour three times each week.

Overweight males were found to have an 11 percent higher chance of having a poor sperm count and a 39 percent higher chance of having no sperm in their ejaculate. Obese men were 42 percent more likely than normal-weight men to have a low sperm count, and 81 percent more likely to produce no sperm.

Avoid Too Much Intake Of Sugar

Sugar has been linked to a variety of health issues, including male infertility. When you consume too much sugar, your chances of obtaining a weak erection increase.

Men should think carefully before reaching for another Coke from the fridge. Sugary drinks have already been found to add unwanted inches to waistlines, but a recent study suggests that sugar-sweetened drinks like soda may also reduce the quality of sperm.

Relax And Minimize Stress

Stress, according to the study, can promote the release of steroid hormones such as glucocorticoids, which can lower testosterone levels and sperm production.

Another option is oxidative stress, which has been shown to have a negative influence on sperm and sperm quality, as well as fertility.

Most men are unaware that excessive stress might impact the quality of their sperm, which is why the issue receives little attention.

Men who are stressed are more likely to have lower testosterone, lower sperm count, aberrant sperm production, and impaired sperm motility, the function that allows sperm to travel, according to research. All of these can harm overall fertility….CONTINUE READING THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

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