Male fertility can be affected by a variety of factors, such as your diet and lifestyle. Medical intervention may be necessary to correct any problems with infertility.complementary medicine can also offer its own assistance in increasing male fertility and sperm count. Before attempting natural remedies, it is important to rule out any underlying treatable medical conditions.
The average sperm count is between 120 and 350 million per cubic centimeter. A low sperm count is below 40 million per cubic centimeter. Low sperm counts or poor sperm motility may be due to environmental toxins such as chemicals, radiation, drugs, heavy metal exposure, cigarette smoking, excessive alcohol use, street drug use and pollution.
The semen of the average man today has half the sperm, and of poorer quality, than 50 years ago.
Getting plenty of fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes can help boost fertility. Also avoid tobacco, refined carbohydrates, coffee, tea, alcohol and foods with artificial additives. Maintain your ideal weight. Food deprivation in men leads to a loss of sex drive and structural changes to reproductive tissue leading to infertility.
The herbs listed below may be effective for improving erections sexual desire, blood flow to the sexual organs and general sexual health with virtually no side-effects: Since sperm formation takes almost three months, it will take at least this amount of time before experiencing the benefits of a nutrient supplementation program.
Don't wait for Tomorrow!
Call NOW for Consultation!