Low sperm count is one of the most common male fertility problems. In some cases, a better diet can make that sperm count shoot right up. Have you ever heard that walnuts can increase a man’s chances of getting his partner pregnant? Well, it is official now — walnuts improve fertility! It’s not an urban myth!
Exercise is a healthy habit for men and women—improving health, energy level, weight, sleep, and sex life. Plus it reduces stress. These factors make regular physical activity a must for you and your guy when you’re trying to conceive or adopt.It’s not just women that need to think about fertility in their exercise routine, men also need to exercise with caution when trying to father a child to avoid fertility concerns. Without precautions, exercise itself can introduce male fertility and potency problems. The three biggest concerns? Heat, pressure, and trauma.
We now know that certain foods are beneficial for male fertility but sometimes it can seem hard to incorporate these ‘superfoods’ into our diets. This salad combines the sperm-health protecting benefits of raspberries with folic-acid rich spinach to create a big bowl of nutrients to increase male fertility and sperm count.
Did you know that around 90 percent of male infertility is caused by a sperm quality or sperm count problem? Around half of all cases of infertility and sub-fertility are due to a low sperm count. In some of these cases, sperm count can be increased naturally to the point that the man will be able to get his partner pregnant.
As the days draw in and temperatures drop, you may be tempted to hang up your exercise gear and hibernate. Don’t! We now know how important staying fit and healthy is for fertility to avoid obesity and other health issues that can impact your sperm count. Staying active throughout autumn and winter will also help to beat those seasonal blues and feel on top of the world while trying to conceive. Don’t worry if you’ve not done much for a while, these fitness for fertility exercises are easy, gentle to follow and can also be done indoors.
Every culture has a beans recipe, and for good reason – beans supply a high dose of fibre, protein, antioxidants, vitamins and are low in sugar – all essential for male fertility. This recipe includes other male fertility foods such as peppers, garlic, and the healthy unsaturated fats from olive oil.
Perhaps men do pay enough attention in order to protect their health, but there are several ways men can help with protecting sperm and reproductive health by avoiding environmental exposures that could damage their sperm health.