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3 Ways For A Man To Become More Fertile.

Male infertility is any health issue in a man that lowers the chances of his female partner getting pregnant. About 13 out of 100 couples can't get pregnant with unprotected sex. There are many causes for infertility in men and women. Research shows that in over a third of infertility cases, the problem is with the man. This is most often due to problems with his sperm production or with sperm delivery. Below are some way to boost fertility in men.

Eat maca root.

Consuming maca root supplements may improve libido, as well as fertility and sexual performance. Maca root is a popular plant food that originated in central Peru. Traditionally, it has been used for its ability to enhance libido and fertility.

Several studies in men showed that taking 1.5–3 grams of dried maca root for periods of up to 3 months improved self-reported sexual desire or libido. Studies also suggest that maca root may improve sexual performance. In men with mild erectile dysfunction, taking 2.4 grams of dried maca root for 12 weeks slightly improved self-reported erectile function and sexual well-being.

Limit alcohol intake.

Too much alcohol can decrease your fertility. If you're hoping to conceive, it might be a good time to cut back on, or even stop, consuming alcohol. A study of people with alcohol use disorder found that only 12% of the men had completely normal sperm counts and health, compared to 37% of non-smokers and non-alcoholics. Higher intake of alcohol are associated with lower sperm counts, fewer normally shaped sperm, and worse sperm motility.

Relax and minimize stress.

It’s hard to get in the mood when you’re feeling stressed, but there might be more to it than not feeling up for sex. Stress may reduce your sexual satisfaction and impair your fertility. Researchers believe the hormone cortisol may partly explain these adverse effects of stress. Prolonged stress raises levels of cortisol, which has strong negative effects on testosterone. When cortisol goes up, testosterone levels tend to go down.

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