Still trying to have children, but it looks like luck is not on your side? Maybe you already did some tests and it turned out that your sperm count is not where it should be? Fear not, there are powerful male enhancement products that can help you out to fulfill one of the most beautiful dreams any man and woman can have. Before you try any of those products however, it’s important to mention the other side of this whole conundrum.
According to researchers the average male sperm count is decreasing in an unprecedented manner. Even men between the age of 18 and 25 produce decreased sperm count nowadays. The reasons? In addition to environmental factors and our genetic makeup, our lifestyle choices are also likely to play a big role.
What can we do to make those supplements even more effective?
Buying and using a quality supplement is a great choice but if we otherwise do everything to abuse our body, it might not be enough. If we are not willing to change some of our damaging lifestyle choices the supplement alone may won’t be able to make that big of a difference.
Harmful drugs (including cigarette and alcohol): It’s a well-known fact that a mother should not drink or smoke cigarettes when they are trying to get pregnant. Would you be surprised if I told you that the same should apply to the father? That’s right, alcohol and cigarettes are extremely harmful to the sperm, especially the substances that can be found in your average puff. Decreasing the cigarette intake or preferably avoiding it altogether (no better reason to go cold turkey) can dramatically increase one’s sperm count within weeks.
Loose undergarment: This is also a well-known factor. The testicles are extremely sensitive and a tight underwear is one of the well-known reasons of a decreased sperm count. Male enhancement products can help increasing it but again, other changes should be made as well.
Lack of vitamins: Vitamin intake (either by food or supplements) is very important regardless, but when we are preparing to have kids it may be even more so. Any diet (or supplementation) should involve plenty of vitamins. Taking vitamin C, A and E, along with some Zinc should be a regular occurrence in our daily schedule. Vitamins are important because they can basically conserve the sperm, shielding it from chemically reactive molecules that will damage the sperm cells. Those molecules are called ROS (reactive oxygen species) and they will have that effect regardless, but with the intake of vitamins that effect won’t be nearly as significant.