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How to Increase Your Sperm Count

How to Increase Sperm Count

As infertility becomes more infiltrated in our personal lives and in our public discourse, we are learning that is a normal occurrence in the lives of men and women. Male infertility affects 1/3 of couples. This figure will continue to rise: according to the Human Reproduction Update Journal, men’s sperm counts have dropped over 50% in the past 40 years. There are few things we can point to that help us understand this rapid decline of sperm. In western cultures, the obesity epidemic, sedentary lifestyle, and alcohol consumption are some of the triggering factors. Here are some helpful tips to help increase your sperm count.

Vitamin C & D

When reactive oxygen species (ROS) levels in the body rise and reach dangerously high levels it is called oxidative stress. When this happens, our body’s antioxidants are inundated. Oxidative stress and high levels of ROS have been linked to infertility in men. Consuming vitamin C supplements can help raise antioxidant levels in the body while also enhancing semen quality.

Men who have low levels of vitamin D are also likely to have low testosterone. Studies have shown that those who suffered from a vitamin D deficiency but then supplemented their diets with 3,000 IU of vitamin D3 every day increased testosterone their levels by 25%.

Lead a Healthy Lifestyle

Eating the right foods, exercising frequently, and maintaining a healthy weight can all help your sperm count. Certain foods have high antioxidant counts such as berries, prunes, and grapes. Men who are overweight or obese consistently test for significantly lower sperm count and decreased sperm motility. Body fat equares oxidative stress.

Limit Alcohol Intake

Alcohol is toxic to sperm. If you are looking to boost your sperm count, avoid heavy alcohol intake, (have 3-5 drinks a week). Alcohol reduces testosterone and impairs sperm potency.

Consider Supplements

Three supplements that prove to help boost testosterone levels, improve sperm quality, and decrease infertility are zinc, Tribulus terrestris and fenugreek. Many of these studies are in their initial stages but show promise for libido-boosting qualities.

The Best Advice

If you are looking for answers about your infertility the best place to start is a male sexual health expert. Dr. Elist can give you solutions for your struggles. A specialist in impotency, Dr. Elist has over 30 years of experience. Thousands of patients have created positive change in their lives with the help of Dr. Elist and his team. Make sure to contact him to figure out if Penile Enlargement Surgery is right for you.

By | 2018-06-13T11:02:35+00:00 June 12th, 2018|Categories: Male Infertility, Male Sexual Health, Uncategorized|