Infertility is on the rise and a lot is spoken about it these days. There are a lot of steps that you can take to better your sperm volume and you might have heard about the standard ones. Like don’t wear tight clothes, keep the laptop far away from your lap, avoid keeping you mobile phones in your pant pockets or stop smoking as soon as possible. But there are a very few advices regarding the food that one eats. Men have not very frequently heard about anything in their diet that can affect their sperm count. Researchers have been working on to suggest people, what they should include in their diet and what should be avoided to increase the count, motility and the normal shape of the sperm.
We sometimes get so caught up in weight loss and fads that we lose sight of what’s really important – our health! Here are a few tips to help you improve your nutrition, no matter what’s your goal.
Write it down
Tracking your nutrition will allow you to get an understanding of where you are and where your nutrition may be lacking. You can either use a health app to track everything for you, or you can just write it down and manually add up your nutrients.
Amongst all the hype about commitment and kids, deep down every man loves to spread his seeds. The male species is genetically programmed to impregnate a female. Every healthy offspring is considered as a living proof for a man’s masculinity. Oligospermia or low sperm count will come as a death blow to an alpha male’s ego. Knowing he cannot reproduce usually leaves many men incredibly insecure and disturbed.
Oligospermia is a self-induced scenario in half of the cases. Excessive drinking, chain smoking, Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) everything leads to this infertile condition. Let us discuss two important causes for low sperm count in males.
Testosterone is an important hormone in the human body. It causes puberty in males and can account for all of the physical symptoms that come along with puberty. It also gives the body the signal to make new blood cells, which causes strengthening of the muscles and bones throughout puberty as well as after. Most importantly, testosterone is the chemical that makes it possible for men to be able to reproduce.