The two essentials of sperm quality are count and quality. When it comes to sperm count, basically the more the merrier – there’s around fifteen million sperm per milliliter of ejaculate, with the average ejaculation being around four milliliters. While quantity is important, so too is the health of the sperm, which is measured by the propulsive energy that they express under the microscope. Ideally couples trying to conceive need lots of speedy sperm which shall statistically speaking provide a greater chance of impregnation.
Essential to this is understanding that sperm quality directly correlates with overall physical health and condition.
Keep A Calm & Steady Routine
The body works best when set into a solid and stable daily routine. Sleep is absolutely essential to this as it’s when the body produces most sperm, so look for a steady eight hours per night. Second to this it’s important to avoid stress as much as possible, as the body’s hormonal reaction to stress will significantly interfere with sperm production. Where possible try and avoid regular or long term exposure to unnecessary heat, as this slows sperm production – for example cut out the sauna after a workout.
Get In Shape
There’s no need to become an Adonis, but regular healthy exercise has a huge factor in releasing sperm producing endorphin’s and hormones. Overweight men tend to have a much poorer sperm count than those in better shape, and just losing 5% of excess weight has been shown to lead to remarkable improvements in sperm quality. Don’t forget that being in good shape is also a quality confidence boost and will lead to more confidence and enthusiasm in bed.
Avoid Toxic Substances
Probably the easiest of all sperm enhancing advice to follow, simply reducing or eliminating toxic substances will lead to an amazing improvement in sperm strength. The most obvious of these are cigarettes, alcohol and drugs but don’t forget exposure to chemicals too (always use protective equipment when using household cleaning products). One of the great positives of lowering exposure to toxins is that it also goes hand in hand with getting into better shape: less calories from alcohol, better lung capacity through giving up smoking, superior endocrines from dropping drugs. All equal better sperm.
Eat A Great Diet
High protein, low fat and plenty of vegetables and salad. Not only is this a good diet in general, but it’s also going to deliver all the vitamins, minerals and amino acids necessary to enhance sperm production. Vitamin C is especially important for sperm production. Avoid any processed foods as these tend to be full of additives that have a negative effect on sperm production.
Enjoy Regular Sex
There’s no point having sperm waiting about – so have intercourse as often as possible and avoid masturbation. Look for two ‘baby making’ sessions a week at least as this will encourage the body to produce more testosterone – and hence more sperm. Around ovulation men with decent sperm counts should be having sex daily, those with lower quality should do so every other day to ensure they deliver at ‘full capacity’.
An often overlooked factor when it comes to sperm production is that many medications can be detrimental to sperm quality. Anti-depressants are especially culpable, so review any medications that you are taking and consult with a doctor if necessary.
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