Sperm vitality is related to whether a man is infertile, as well as whether he is "very male". It is a matter of face. I believe no man dares to ignore this issue? To improve sperm vitality, you need to do this:
1. Regulating diet: Eating more green vegetables can help improve the quality of sperm, as green vegetables contain vitamin C, vitamin E, zinc, selenium, and other components that are conducive to sperm growth. Nuts and fish are rich in omega 3 fatty acids and should be eaten more, which are beneficial for sperm cell growth.
2. Attention to exercise: Excessive obesity in men can lead to an increase in temperature in the groin and damage the growth of sperm, leading to infertility. Therefore, controlling body weight within the standard range can improve sperm quality. However, exercise intensity should be moderate, as intense exercise can raise the temperature of the sperm and disrupt the cool environment required for sperm growth.
3. Supplementation of trace elements: Zinc supplementation has a certain therapeutic effect on oligospermia and azoospermia, and the number of sperm significantly increases after taking medicine. This method can effectively treat low sperm motility.
4. Arginine supplementation: arginine is a necessary component for sperm production, and the content of amino acids in the semen of patients with oligospermia is significantly lower than that of normal men.
5. Prohibition of smoking and alcohol: Smoking and alcohol abuse are major enemies of sperm. Some men's bodies are quite sensitive to the toxins in cigarettes, and the nicotine in cigarettes can kill sperm. An Australian chemist said that once men quit smoking, sexual arousal in their blood increases. A Hungarian medical doctor claimed that smokers have fewer sperm in their semen than non smokers, while there are more abnormal sperm. If an adult male smokes 30 cigarettes a day, the sperm survival rate is only 40%, while the sperm deformity rate increases. It can be seen that long-term heavy smoking is one of the important factors leading to infertility. Excessive drinking not only leads to decreased gonadal function, but also chromosomal abnormalities in sperm, leading to fetal malformations or stunting. Therefore, teenagers should develop the habit of staying away from tobacco and alcohol. As adults, even if you don't quit smoking and drinking, you should also be careful not to overdo it.
(Intern Editor: Pan Jindi)