There is no denying that men want to ejaculate loads of healthy sperm every other time during love-making. For a non-explicit reason, it feeds their ego. It makes them feel more masculine, and you know what this translates to – heightened levels of self-confidence and esteem. A confident man is a highly motivated man, and he will do anything to conquer the world. Another reason that makes men want to boost their sperms is for the purpose of recreation. A higher sperm count means fertility, and this too is something to be proud of.
In that case, we need to analyse a couple of ways through which men can boost their sperm. They include:
What you eat is critical to the quality and amount of sperm you ejaculate. Food plays a significant role in the quality and quantity of sperm during production. As such, men should aspire to eat right, and so religiously. Ensure to eat lots of fresh vegetables, fruits, legumes, as well as whole grains. Stay clear of refined carbohydrates, tea, coffee and foods containing artificial additives. Whatever you do, don’t deprive yourself of food as this may cause decreased sex drive and infertility due to unfavorable changes in the structure of the reproductive tissue.
Ditch unhealthy lifestyle habits
Besides eating right, you need to consider giving up on those bad lifestyle habits. Quit cigarette smoking and alcohol. It will surprise you how much change you are going to experience.
Maintain an ideal weight
Your weight affects your sperm. Find out what your ideal weight is (according to your body mass index) and work towards maintaining it. A good number of obese men are forced to deal with low sperm count, and sometimes impotence.
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine recommends 45 minutes of exercise five times a week. Combined with a healthy diet, it is impossible for a man not to experience enhanced fertility. Exercises are also a good way of helping you relieve stress and anxiety.
Don’t overdo it, however. Too much of something is poisonous, and that includes exercises too. Excessively intense exercises can be the cause of a low sperm count. Consult a professional fitness trainer to prescribe the right exercises, and in what quantities.
People tend to think that fertility supplements should only be taken by women. However, men too need to consider the benefits of taking in the most important supplements such as zinc and vitamin C. Vitamin C supplements of between 2000 and 6000 milligrams per day significantly reduces the chances of sperm clumping and consequently leading to improved fertility. On the other hand, zinc supplementation of between 100 and 200 milligrams daily guarantees increased sperm count and motility, and also testosterone (responsible for elevating sex drive).
Men who lived in the ancient times trusted herbs when it came to eliminating health problems, including those affecting sexual health. These herbs are still used today, and as such, highly accessible. They include Korean ginseng, saw palmetto, ginkgo Biloba, horny goat weed and nutmeg among many others. Most of them are available in capsule and tablet forms.
Stop excessive usage of plastics
We found plastic chemicals such as Phthalates and BPA in nearly everything including our household products. Unfortunately, they hurt sperm counts. It is not a coincidence that sperm counts of the world population began to decrease during the 1940s – when plastic chemicals made their way into this world.
These seven ways should help you improve your sperm if you are willing to make the necessary changes.