Sperm and how to improve low sperm count

Is your sperm count getting in the way of your family planning?
Even if you’re not looking at fathering a child anytime soon, this
issue can be worrying. But the good news is that lifestyle changes and natural remedies can help you deal with the problem. If you manage to make a few adjustments to your life and quit
some habits, you are bound to see an improvement in the sperm count.
There are also a variety of natural herbal remedies you can count
on.
KICK THESE 6 HABITS TO KEEP YOUR SPERM
ALCOHOLISM
QUIT SMOKING
LOOSE WEIGHT
REDUCE STRESS
EXERCISE A LOT
Low sperm concentration is also common among obese men, with
many reporting erectile dysfunction as well.
Another advantage to upping your FITNESS is that you’ll build your stamina and feel better about
your own body image, secodly Relax And De-stress With Yoga
Researchers have found that stress can wreak havoc on your
reproductive health and adversely affect sperm quality and
production. Practicing yoga can ease the stress and also counter the effect of triggers in your daily life that might hamper your sperm production. By practicing yoga, you should also be able to get a grip on anxiety issues, if present, and also see improvement in autonomic
functions. Do Away With The Bad Habits
You’ll be surprised with the number of habits that hamper your
sperm health.
Laptop And Smartphones
Keeping the laptop
on your lap
while working is a fairly widely known cause of fertility issues.
But did you know that using a Wi-Fi connection can make it even
worse?
A laptop causes exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic
waves and Wi-Fi usage increases the level of emissions your body
is exposed to.
Avoid this habit and, for the same reason, also avoid keeping your
smartphone constantly in your trouser or shirt pockets.
Excessive alcohol consumption can be problematic, leading to a
complete absence of viable sperm in the worst-case scenario.
Smoking
This is another big no-no if you’re looking to improve sperm
health. It can adversely affect everything from sperm count to
sperm density as well as the percentage of motile sperm.9
Take Cold Showers
Hot baths could be doing you in. According to a study in California,
switching the temperature of the bathwater can significantly affect
your sperm health. In the study, stopping hot water baths caused
nearly half the test subjects to experience close to 500 percent
increase in sperm count compared to when they had their baths
hot. Experts suggest that for sperm production to continue at optimal
levels, you need to maintain a temperature of 34.5 degrees Celsius
in your testicles. This is less than your body temperature, so a piping hot bath,certainly won’t help the cause.

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  1. Good update

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