Increase Sperm Count Naturally
on Sep 05, 2012
by Dr. Renee Hanton, MD
Want to increase your sperm count naturally? Try these top 5 tips to help give your body its best chance at a healthy sperm count without resorting to treatments or medications.
Not only the woman’s eggs, but also the man’s sperm must be of good quality when it comes to conceiving a child. For this reason, if there are suspicions regarding the possible infertility of one of the partners, the future father should undergo a series of medical tests in order to see if enough semen is present in the seminal liquid, and if the sperm have good motility. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here
Medicine offers many solutions to cure infertility in men, including surgical procedures, but the general tendency is to look for ways to increase sperm count naturally. Here are five of the most popular methods that have proved really helpful in improving the quality and quantity of the semen.
If you want to become a parent rapidly, then you must quit smoking. Nicotine and other substances contained in cigarettes have a negative impact on the amount and quality of the sperm you produce. Alcohol and drugs have the same effect, so you have to consider reducing the drinks. You must also ask your doctor if the medicines you take in order to treat any other illnesses affect your fertility in any way.
Minerals and vitamins are very important for normal functioning of your body, and some of them can really help you increase sperm count naturally. As a result, you must consume foods that are rich in vitamins B and C, zinc and chromium. In order to increase your daily intake of the mentioned substances, you can also take different supplements.
A good physical condition is often the key to avoiding fertility problems in men. By exercising regularly exercises, you not only stimulate the development of your muscular mass and the functioning of your internal organs, but you also maintain your weight under control. Many studies prove that men who are excessively thin or overweight have lower chances to become parents.
Keeping your reproductive organs cool is especially important. For this, you must wear loose boxers instead of tight underwear. For the same reason, you must reduce the frequency and duration of cycling sessions, if you are fond of this sport. Heat can have a highly detrimental effect on sperm, and so staying cool is a must.
Hygiene is very important if you want to have a good state of health, but in order to increase your chances to become a father, you have to avoid hot baths and saunas. Again, extreme heat can affect the sperm production in a negative way, lowering its quantity and quality.
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Dr. Renee Hanton is ConceiveEasy's Senior Physician with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. Dr. Hanton specializes in the endocrine causes of infertility, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)