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8 Easy Tips For Men to Increase Their Fertility

Fertility issues that involve the male reproductive system are often easy to treat. male infertility is receptive to changing health habits and lifestyles. For instance, if a man stops to  smoke tobacco within three months  there will be an improvement in the sperm counts (approximately how long it takes for new sperm to develop).
Whether you have just decided that you’re ready to try to conceive, or you have been trying for a long time, you are probably thinking often about your fertility—and whether there is anything you can do to improve it, here are eight (8) ways to increase Your fertility and improve sperm health.

Add Antioxidants to Your Diet

You must have heard antioxidants been called cancer and heart disease-fighters, but they can also increase male fertility. Studies  has revealed that men who took antioxidants had less DNA-damaged sperm when compared to men who don’t take antioxidants. 
There are several antioxidants, and  few of them with the potential to increase sperm health are listed below.

Folic acid: such as Beef liver, leafy green vegetables, fruits, beans, peas, and fortified grains

Lycopene: such as Tomatoes, apricots, pink grapefruit, and watermelon

Selenium: such as high amounts in Brazil nuts,  cod, beef, turkey, and chicken

Vitamin C: Many fruits and vegetables, with the highest levels in red peppers, kiwi, oranges, and grapefruit

Vitamin E: such as Nuts, seeds, oils, and leafy greens

Zinc: in foods like Oysters, crab, red meat, poultry, and beans

Eat More Greens

The role of diet and fertility is not well understood, but the available evidence indicates that a balanced, healthy diet benefits male fertility. What’s best for your sperm is likely what will be most nutritious for your whole body. Choose lean sources of protein (like fish and chicken), plenty of fresh veggies and fruits, healthy fats (like olive oil and nuts), and whole grains.

Quit Smoking

There is a lot of  good reasons to quit smoking habit. one of which is to increase your fertility. Studies has found that smoking affects many aspects of sperm health, including decreased sperm counts, decreased sperm motility (the swimming ability of the sperm), and sperm shape.
It is a very good idea to quit smoking even if you’re going through fertility treatments.
Female fertility can also be affected by male smoking habits. they are exposed to secondhand smoke which can increased risk of pregnancy loss.

Limit Alcohol

Too much consumption of alcohol can decrease your fertility.  Are you hoping to conceive? then it’s time to stop drinking alcohol.
A study of people with alcohol use disorder found that only 12% of the men had completely normal sperm counts and health, compared to 37% of non-smokers and non-alcoholics. high alcoholic consumption has been  associated with lower sperm counts, fewer normally shaped sperm, and worse sperm motility.
However, Moderate alcohol consumption might not have a major impact on sperm health—especially if you don’t drink everyday. 

Avoid Toxic Chemicals in the Workplace

There are certain kind of work that can cause you to have difficulty while trying to conceive.  occupations that can affect male fertility may include farming and painting. these occupations has a higher chance increasing infertility and significantly lower sperm counts, while Metalworkers and welders (as a group) were also found to have a higher incidence of poor sperm motility.
One possible reason for this condition may be due to the chemicals people in these occupations are exposed to . More so, metalworkers could experience overheating, which can lower sperm counts.
You may try to avoiding contact with toxins and hazardous substances in the workplace either by wearing a mask and gloves or keeping your body well-covered.


Also Read: Fertility Foods for Men; Nigerian Foods that Increases Fertility in Male


Avoid too much heat

If you are trying to conceive, you may want to start placing your laptop on the table or desk as  heat from a laptop may impact your fertility.
Research has shown that high temperatures can damage sperm and that is why the  male reproductive organs are outside of the body just to  keep temperatures lower than 98.6 degrees F (our normal body temperature). you can avoid too much heat by doing  the following

  • Avoid long hot baths, it can raise the scrotum’s temperature.
  • Avoid sitting for long periods of time, get up and walk around for a while.
  • Don’t sit with your laptop on your lap, Keeping your legs tightly together to balance the laptop, along with the heat generated by the computer itself, can lead to higher than normal scrotal temperatures.
  • Avoid extremely tight wears and non-breathable fabric, some studies have shown that wearing tight underwear or compression garments (like running leggings or bike shorts) could affect sperm, likely due to increased heat without breathing room
Aim for a Healthy Weight

Over weight or Under weight can upset the body’s hormonal balance which can lead to lower sperm counts. You can increase your fertility by ensuring a healthy body weight.

Treat Underlying Medical Conditions

Infections and other medical conditions may affect fertility. For instance, untreated diabetes can cause retrograde ejaculation leading to infertility. An untreated infection of the reproductive system or urinary tract can reduce sperm motility. also, repeated infections can cause scarring, which can block the passage of semen. All this contributes to infertility.

Conclusion

 The benefit of antioxidant-rich foods for fertility  are enticing but consumption has to be within moderate limit. Everyday consumption of  Brazil nuts can lead to an excessive intake of selenium, the symptoms of which include bad breath (specifically “garlic breath”), nausea, diarrhea, and rashes. If you find that you can’t get more of these foods in your diet, you might want to consider taking this Natural fertility solution that contains all nutrients in their right proportion.
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Naturopathic Doctor & Founder, Green Remedies Int’l

Coach Amuda is a Holistic Practitioner and the C.E.O of Green Remedies International, a wellness company that specializes in tackling different health challenges through Natural, Organic, and Holistic Medicines.

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