Good living habits can not only keep your body system healthy, but also prevent many annoying diseases. Male infertility can be avoided through healthy living habits.
So how to prevent male infertility?
1. To change bad habits
Quit smoking and alcohol; Don't eat anything too greasy, otherwise it will affect your libido; In addition, it is also important to avoid contact with toxic substances in life, such as clothes taken from dry cleaners, which should be stored for a few days before wearing, as dry cleaners can affect male sexual function.
2. Be vaccinated on time
Good personal hygiene habits to prevent various infectious diseases that harm male fertility, such as mumps and sexually transmitted diseases.
3. To master certain sexual knowledge
Understand male physiological characteristics and health knowledge. If you find testicular changes that are different from normal, such as swelling, stiffening, unevenness, and pain, it is important to promptly diagnose and treat them.
4. Work according to regulations
If you frequently come into contact with radioactive substances, high temperatures, and poisons, you must strictly follow the operating regulations and protective regulations, and do not be negligent. If you want to have children recently, it is best to be able to leave such work for six months before giving birth.
5. To avoid elevated testicular temperature
The testicle is a very delicate organ, and its optimal working temperature is about 1 degree lower than the human body temperature. If the temperature is high, it will affect the production of sperm, leading to male infertility. Therefore, any factors that can increase testicular temperature should be avoided, such as prolonged cycling, hot baths, and wearing jeans.
6. Pay attention to premarital physical examination
Early detection of abnormalities can avoid the pain of marriage. After marriage, you should often communicate with your wife about the problems encountered in sexual life, cooperate with each other, and understand each other. This way, many mental impotence or premature diarrhea can be avoided.