For some men, a variety of relatively “hidden” factors can determine their sexual pleasure levels as well as their ability to conceive a child with their partner. Both physical and psychological issues have been proven* to significantly influence the current state of sexual health for men of all ages. Men who are suffering from low sperm count will typically find it more difficult to impregnate their female partner’s egg during sexual intercourse. Due to the large number of sperm that are expelled from the penis during ejaculation, it’s not surprising to learn that the path culminating in impregnation is arduous. Because of this, reduced* numbers of viable sperm can prove to be a large detriment for those looking to achieve pregnancy.
Fortunately, a variety of non-invasive techniques can be used to help men increase* their overall sperm count. Although results will vary widely between individuals attempting these “treatment plans,” these tips have proven* to provide improved* results for a large number of men around the world. For those who suspect that their low sperm count may be indicative of a larger physiological problem, we recommend consultation with a medical professional in order to achieve an accurate and functional diagnosis. Good luck!
Adjust Your Diet
Certain foods have been proven* to increase* sperm count in men of all ages. Some of the most common “sperm boosters” include asparagus, avocado, bananas, dark chocolate, garlic and ginseng. Fortunately, the majority of these foods can be easily being incorporated into a variety of meals, including savory main courses and delicious desserts. The relative affordability of these items also makes them an attraction option for those who place emphasis on developing budget-friendly meals for themselves. Through regular incorporation of these items into daily dietary planning, men can give themselves a boost* in sperm production that could prove to increase* the likelihood of achieving conception and pregnancy.
Use Dietary Supplements
Although the ingredients of our meals can directly affect the volume of sperm per ejaculation, dietary supplements can also be used to provide a “targeted” enhancement within a larger physiological spectrum. Some of the most popular supplements used to increase* sperm levels in men are L-carnitine, folic acid and L-arginine. Although these specific supplements can also be found in some foods, they are most often procured through over-the-counter products. The benefits of “natural” boosters such as these are two-fold. Not only have these products been proven* to increase* sperm production, they are also relatively affordable compared to standard prescription medications.
Reduce* Alcohol Intake
The correlation between alcohol consumption and decreased* testosterone has been established and thoroughly validated by the medical community. Because of this, men who consume alcohol on a regular basis can expect that the subsequent decrease* in their hormone levels will also result in decreased* levels of sperm production. Studies have shown that two glasses of wine a day can markedly reduce* sperm levels in men of all ages. Although these reductions may not be significant enough to pose a credible threat to a man’s ability to fertilize an egg, they remain a negative influence on sperm levels.
Keep Your Testicles Cool
The temperature of the body’s testicles directly affects their sperm manufacturing intensity. As the testicles reach higher temperature levels, their ability to produce* sperm is affected. Because of this, doctors recommend that men wear loose-fitting underwear in order to ensure that their testicles are kept as a far away from the body as possible. This can actively help to promote increase* sperm production over time.
One of the first steps to improving* sperm count is successfully diagnosing the cause for decreased* levels of sperm. Although it may be tempting to embark upon a self-diagnosed treatment plan, some men may find it more effective to consult with their preferred medical professional, obtaining an educated, accurate diagnosis in the process. After determining what the “true” source of reduced* sperm production is, men can successfully target the problem, as opposed to initiating a comprehensive treatment method which may or may not prove to be effective. Although more invasive treatment methods may be available for increasing* sperm production, the strategies outlined within the article allow for a holistic approach to sexual enhancement. Good luck!