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Infertility has affected millions of people of reproductive age worldwide, affecting their personal lives and health - both physical and mental. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), an estimated 48 million couples live with infertility.
The medical community defines infertility as the failure to achieve a pregnancy after 12 or more months of regular unprotected sexual intercourse.

Male Infertility

The cause of infertility could stem from the male partner, the female partner, or both. Although the general tendency is to first look at the female for abnormalities, the prevalence of infertility in males is more or less similar to that of females.
That being said, it’s essential to explore the causes of male infertility and learn how better to tackle this obstacle.

The most common cause of male infertility is the inability to successfully eject semen, which often manifests as erectile dysfunction. Other causes include a low sperm count, a low sperm concentration, abnormal sperm morphologies, and low sperm motility.

Modern assisted reproductive techniques such as in-vitro fertilization and intra-cytoplasmic insemination provide solutions for most male infertility cases. But assisted reproductive techniques could be expensive and invasive required minor surgical procedures; therefore are often preferred as the last option.
Most couples, especially young couples, prefer to explore non-medical/ non-surgical methods of enhancing fertility.

This article lists 9 amazing tricks that will enhance male fertility.

How to Boost Male Fertility?

Most of the diseases a 21st-century man or woman suffers from roots in underlying suboptimal lifestyle factors. Patients suffering from diabetes, hypertension, and neurodegenerative disorders usually have a bad diet, lack physical activity, or undergo an abnormal amount of mental stress. While the medical treatment for these diseases is aimed at the underlying pathology, they can not be successfully managed without a proper lifestyle modification.

The following 9 tips follow the same principle of lifestyle modifications that specifically boost male fertility.

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tips follow the same principle of lifestyle modifications that specifically boost male fertility.

Most of the diseases a 21st-century man or woman suffers from roots in underlying suboptimal lifestyle factors. Patients suffering from diabetes, hypertension, and neurodegenerative disorders usually have a bad diet, lack physical activity, or undergo an abnormal amount of mental stress. While the medical treatment for these diseases is aimed at the underlying pathology, they can not be successfully managed without a proper lifestyle modification.

1.Exercise Regularly!

Regular exercise has been shown to cause several benefits to the body as a whole. Apart from the obvious benefits of making a person healthy, burning unnecessary fat, reducing the risk of atherosclerosis, exercising increases testosterone levels in men. Muscles undergoing severe stress stimulate the central endocrine systems to produce more testosterone. High testosterone levels improve the semen quality and sperm count to boost male fertility.

3.Avoid Excessive Heat!

The scrotum containing the testes is naturally capable of stretching away from the body in high temperatures and get close to the body in low temperatures. This adaptation is necessary to maintain a specific temperature in the testes to ensure optimum spermatogenesis (sperm formation). Sperms degenerate at temperatures slightly above the storage temperature of the testes (about 35 C).

2.Reduce Radiation and Unhealthy Exposures:

Although it takes quite a time to manifest, radiation and other EMF-related exposure have been found to significantly impact a man’s health and sperm motility. It is hazardous in literal terms and can grossly impair male fertility. High levels of radiation, or low radiation levels for prolonged periods (above the recommended levels), can alter the DNA in the rapidly dividing germinal cells of the testes. Abnormal DNA in the testicular cells then forms abnormal sperms.

4.Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a traditional Chinese therapy that has been used for centuries to help relieve pain and other problems. However, recent research studies have shown that going through at least five weekly rounds of acupuncture can help improve the overall sperm health and quality. It was seen to increase sperm production and motility, thus proving to be a glimmer of hope for all the struggling men!

5.Add Antioxidants To Your Diet

Antioxidants are natural healers and boosters. Once present inside the body, they help fight off the free radicals harmful to sperm health. Free radicals add to the body's oxidative stress, which is linked to causing fertility issues and other reproductive problems. Therefore, the only way to fight off these free yet unwanted radicals is to add an antioxidant-rich diet to your lifestyle. Food items include strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, pecans, cod-liver oil, omega-3 fatty acids, etc.

6.Relax!

Stress is probably one of the most devastating disease-causing agent in modern man. It can lead to severe impairment in both physical and mental health. Stress causes the body to release excessive amounts of Cortisol, which is a stress hormone.
Cortisol is responsible for altering a man’s normal testosterone levels, affecting the sperm’s quality and motility. Because of these very reasons, doctors emphasise unwinding oneself and finding relief in meditation and calming exercises and activities.

7.Increase Zinc Intake

Zinc has been proven to improve males' overall reproductive health and address various infertility issues such as abnormal sperm count, motility problems, etc. Zinc is freely found in several food items such as meat, seafood, eggs, etc., so obtaining it through food sources is not a big problem. If it is, an additional zinc supplement can create a significant change.

8.Lose That Extra Weight!

For some men, excessive weight or obesity might be the causative factor especially causing erectile dysfunction. It is always recommended for men to work out actively, maintain a healthy and junk-free lifestyle, and maintain an ideal BMI.
Losing weight could dramatically improve infertility and improve overall health as well.

9. Try the Ginsengs Good Men Remedy!

And finally, the most promising remedy for male infertility is to try out Ginseng’s Good Men Remedy. This is a supplement that has been prepared from all-natural and organic herbs.

The purpose behind this supplement’s preparation was to provide both benefits for reproductive health along with naturally increasing a mans production, development, and maturation of sperms. It is an all-safe and beneficial remedy that has helped many men to fight their infertility.

And with just a tiny amount of care and effort, any man who deals with infertility can easily overcome them and fulfil their dreams of becoming a father to a healthy and happy child!

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References:

  1. Leslie SW, Siref LE, Soon-Sutton TL, et al. Male Infertility. [Updated 2021 Apr 8]. In: StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing; 2021 Jan-. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK562258/
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* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We can’t guarantee the treatment result, as the symptoms of conditions are unpredictable and vary greatly from person to person. The treatment length and recovery time also varies for individual. Please visit our clinics website: GinSen where a specialists will discuss your care and provide a consultation, and the treatment will be designed to meet your individual needs.

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