For the increasingly serious problem of male infertility, we must pay attention to it. In fact, many of the reasons for male infertility are caused by patients not paying attention in their daily lives, so we must do a good job in prevention. So how do we prevent male infertility in our daily lives? Let's talk about some things we should pay attention to in our daily life regarding this issue.
Don't wear tight jeans
Andrologists and urologists believe that tight jeans not only compress male reproductive organs and affect normal testicular development, but also hinder sperm survival due to their lack of breathability and heat dissipation.
Don't take a shower at too high a temperature
Under normal circumstances, sperm must develop normally in a constant temperature environment of 34 ℃ to 35 ℃. When bathing, the water temperature is too high, which often leads to hidden dangers. Therefore, young people should be cautious when taking saunas, and the water temperature for bathing should also be around 34 ℃
Be careful not to lack zinc or selenium in your diet
Trace element zinc can promote sperm motility, prevent premature disintegration of sperm, and facilitate binding with eggs, indicating that zinc has a significant impact on fertility. Selenium is also an essential trace element in the human body, almost entirely derived from food. Japanese medical researchers observed 1000 cases of male infertility and found that 37 people had insufficient selenium content in their semen. Therefore, young men should not be partial eaters and should pay attention to eating foods rich in zinc and selenium, such as fish, oysters, liver, soybeans, brown rice, etc.
Don't exercise too vigorously
Grasp the amount of exercise, excessive exercise can disrupt the secretion of hormones in both men and women's bodies, disrupt ovulation patterns, and limit semen secretion.
Male friends, after reading the introduction above, we know that some bad daily dietary habits can have a significant impact on sperm, and sometimes even lead to the consequences of sperm death. Therefore, we must pay attention to the above aspects and ensure high-quality sperm in daily life, which can greatly avoid or reduce the occurrence of male infertility and avoid the physical and mental harm caused by infertility.