If you and your partner are experiencing fertility issues, know that you’re not alone. Infertility in males are more common than you might think. It affects about one in every six couples, and researchers estimate about one in every three cases is due to fertility problems in the male partner alone.
Healthier sperm means stronger swimmers that are more likely to reach an egg to fertilise it. My team and I have made a research to help my followers in order to have a fertile and strong sperms. Here are some points to consider;
1 Avoid Drinking Alcohol excessively
Alcohol can affect fertility by altering sperm count, size, shape, and motility. In men,heavy drinking affects fertility by: lowering testosterone levels, follicle stimulating hormone, and luteinizing hormone, and raising estrogen levels, which reduce sperm production.
2 Stop Smoking
Cigarettes and secondhand tobacco smoke exposure are known to affect fertility. Smoking can harm the reproductive system and damage sperm DNA. Quitting cigarettes may improve semen volume and sperm count.
Eat More Greens (Fruits and Vegetables)
A study sows men who eat higher amounts of fruits and vegetables, particularly green leafy vegetables beans (legumes), had higher sperm concentrations and better sperm motility compared to men who ate less of these foods.
4 Stay Physically Fit
There are many benefits of exercise that can boost your physical, mental, and even sexual health. Keeping active on a regular basis can lead to a higher sperm count and improve their ability to swim forward.