The count indeed matters!
Sooner of later, every guy wishes to start his family after getting married. According to the males of the society, you're more of a man if your count is good.
But, most of the male partners fail to do so as they lack in releasing the amount of fluid it requires to bring a new life on this planet.
Recent research has revealed that the world has seen whooping 50% of fall (between 1940-1990) in the count of the substance that men release inside woman which leads to pregnancy, reports The Guardian.
To be precise, you need exactly 15 million seminal fluid per milliliter. If this count is any less, then no matter how many attempts you're giving to it; it just won't happen.
Fortunately, there are some steps you can follow to increase your count and start a family of your own.
Let's have a look at it!
Smoking would not only decrease the count but will also slow down the process of the production in your inner factory. So, you need to quit this bad habit of yours for a good amount of reason. Smoking has been the leading cause of impotency for many men over the years.
Blood flow in that region of our body is responsible for the production of the much-needed substance. Exercising improves your entire body's blood flow.
Sure, we know that it is easily said than done. Try and do everything you could to stay happy and stress-free.
Overheating the testicles could lead to a decrease in the count. Always wear loose boxers and undies.
It should go without saying as many men know it from past experiences, that blow into the balls would hurt you and could harm your machine gun. Try using jockstraps while playing to avoid such incidents.
Massage with the use of herbal oil, along with regular exercise, could improve the overall flow of blood and its circulation. Increased circulation would mean healthier lifestyle. Be a champ!
Your body produces around millions of sperms every day, yet if you already have a low count, then consider storing them up for longer in between emissions.
Alcohol infects the liver function, that, in turn, could cause a dramatic spear in oestrogen levels. Since testosterone is linked to semen production and sperm health directly, which isn't a nice state of affairs.
A certain number of medications could lead to a decrease in sperm count and eventually, permanent infertility. If production was a significant effect for you, do make sure that you ask the doctor if any medication prescribed may concern your count.
That's all, folks!