How To Improve Sperm Count
Sauna or hot tubs
Low sperm count can be temporary or permanent. Temporary reduction in sperm production can be due to various factors such as stress, insomnia, toxicity, nutrition, nutritional deficiencies and being overweight. Looking for ways to boost your sperm count may involve some lifestyle changes, reducing the toxicity in your lifestyle, cutting out alcohol, cutting out smoking. If you use a recreational drug, cutting out drugs, reducing the number of prescription drugs you use. Also discuss with your GP or doctor before you stop taking any medication that is prescribed for you but look and see if these are affecting your sperm count or your libido. Learn to relax and enjoy life, look at your exercise. Exercise helps to increase the sperm count but over-exercise and getting too hot, heat in the area of the testicles may reduce the level. So, be wary of which exercise, mode of exercise you do so it's not to excess. Your diet and nutrition is really important, ensuring you've got adequate essential fatty acids, your mineral and vitamins are all at their premium levels, especially zinc and psyllium which help with sperm production. Extreme heat damages sperm, so avoid sauna and hot tubs while you are trying to increase your sperm production. Look at the environmental factors and environmental toxicities. Mobile phones and having the mobile phone in your front pocket of your jeans will be heating up that area. Remember, even with low sperm count, it is still possible to impregnate your partner as it only takes one fully motile sperm to impregnate the egg. .