1. Avoid keeping mobile phones in your front pocket
A result of a new study revealed that, keeping cell phone in pocket leads to both sperm motility and viability reduce in men subjecting their testicles to radio frequency electro-magnetic radiations from their phones. [Read: 5 ways to remove toxic people from your life]
Also, the radiation and vibrations coming from the phone can decrease up to 9 percent of sperm count.
2. Stress can be damaging
During stress, your body produces stress hormones such as cortisol that decrease the release of basic s*x hormones, which play an important role in the production of sperm. This leads to reduced sperm count, and decreased s*xual activity. [Read: 8 ways he loves you even he dont say it]
Stress of trying to conceive unsuccessfully is also linked to fertility problems. Therefore, it is advised to maintain a healthy lifestyle and destress as often as
3. Avoid drinking alcohol
Alcohol is just too much for a guy’s sperm to handle and the sperm quality suffers. In men, alcohol consumption may lead to abnormal liver function and a rise in estrogen levels. This interferes with sperm development as well as the hormone levels. [Read: 4 Real Reasons why you might be taken for granted]
Because alcohol is a toxin, it has the ability to kill sperm-generating cells in the testes.
Drinking, therefore, lowers sperm quality and quantity and testosterone levels. It can reduce libido and cause impotency. [Read: 7 signs he is only interested in s*x]
4. Beware of the Wi-Fi connection
You may recall being told to keep your laptop off of your lap to prevent the heat from damaging your sperm count. But you may not know that, even a computer’s Wi-Fi connection can hinder male fertility. [Read: 6 Natural ways to improve your eyesight]
5. Quit smoking
Smoking causes decreased blood flow to the privates. It also leads to a higher risk of erectile dysfunction.
Smoking reduces both sperm count (quantity) and motility (how fast those swimmers can reach an egg).
6. Too fat to function
Obesity has been linked to poor sperm, possibly by lowering levels of testosterone and raising levels of the female hormone estrogen (a little of which all men have). The fatter a guy is, the worse his hormonal situation and therefore, the more sperm issues he’s likely to have.