HEALTH INDICATORS OF SCHERMOTAZOIDS
Amount. The normal indicator of the number of sperm per 1 ml of sperm is about 20 million. But this is not the most important indicator, since only one sperm is needed to fertilize the egg.
Quality. A normal indicator of the quality of spermatozoa is not more than 50% of spermatozoa with a pathology of their total number, i.e. The number of healthy spermatozoa (with an oval head and long tail) should be greater than or equal to half of the total number of spermatozoa.
Mobility. In healthy semen, at least half of the spermatozoa should be mobile. Even in a completely healthy sperm, immobile sperm are present, and this is normal.
WHAT DOES NEGATIVE INFLUENCE THE QUALITY OF THE SURFACE?
Alcohol, smoking, taking drugs reduces the concentration of spermatozoa. Long-term use can lead to infertility. Therefore, we must abandon bad habits, at least temporarily (3-4 months before conception). Just rejection of bad habits, can become a decisive factor in the normalization of spermatogenesis.
DEPRESSION AND STRESS
Nature arranged so that the birth of the offspring should take place in the most comfortable environment, in order to increase the chances of helpless progeny to survive. A stress is a signal to the body about unfavorable conditions. As a result, the function of childbirth is depressed.
Stress in men is a proven factor in reducing sex hormones and the number of sperm in the ejaculate.
Treatment of stress should be based on the elimination of the cause of the illness and psychotherapy, but not drug treatment, tk. One of the side effects of various antidepressants is a deterioration in the quality of sperm and sexual function in general.
Excess body weight is accompanied by an increased conversion of testosterone to estrogen, which primarily inhibits sexual function (see the relationship between obesity and testosterone). The pathological condition is the length of the circumference of the waist of a man greater than 94 cm.
OVERHAGING OF EGGS
It has long been known that the temperature of the testicles should be less than the temperature of the body, for this they are taken out. A tight, dense male underwear that presses the testicles to the body, creates unnecessary heating and prevents the development of sperm and testosterone. Men with infertility should avoid frequent baths, paired baths, taking hot baths.
Long stay in a sitting position also leads to overheating, besides, with constant sedentary work, blood circulation to the pelvic region is disturbed, which leads to a decrease in potency.
In the risk zone:
- Foundry workers, furnace workers;
- Office workers, whose profession assumes constant sitting;
- Drivers, truckers.
To normalize blood circulation, you can do exercises for the pubic-coccygeal muscle, without even having to get up from the chair, i.e. It is convenient to do in any place (at work, transport, etc.).
RADIATION OF MOBILE TELEPHONES AND NOTEBOOKS
A lot of men wear mobile phones in their front pockets, not suspecting that the phone emits electromagnetic waves that affect the quality of the sperm. If possible, remove the phone away from the testicles.
Another common mistake of men is to work with a laptop on your lap. This causes the testes to overheat. Work with a laptop at the table, then it will not have a detrimental effect on the quality of sperm.
ECOLOGY AND CONDITIONS OF LABOR
The polluted air of large megacities reduces the speed of movement of spermatozoa. Permanent inhalation of vapors of toxic substances such as gasoline, paint, varnish, etc. Also affect the quality of sperm not for the better. Work with industrial and chemical drugs can cause temporary infertility.
Occupations of men who are at risk:
- Workers of metallurgical and chemical industry;
- Painters, decorators, finishers;
- Employees of the furniture industry (paint and varnish work);
- Workers in the agricultural sector (working with pesticides);
- Auto mechanics, the worker of refueling, washing;
- Workers smoking smokestacks of the food industry.
In this case, you need to remember about milk, the molecules of which are combined with toxic compounds in the body, thereby neutralizing them. Selenium is another helper in the fight against poor ecology and working conditions. It has a detoxification effect on the body.
INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF UROLINE SYSTEM AND STDs
As in the case of a testicle trauma, an immune reaction against spermatozoa occurs, i. E. Antibodies, developed by the body to protect against infection, attack their own spermatozoa. To diagnose the disease, you will need to take tests and consult a urologist.
Adhere to these recommendations, and the chances of a healthy offspring will increase.
IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF THE SURFACE
Nutrition plays a key role in the formation of healthy spermatozoa. Briefly, the rejection of synthetic products, fully formed as a result of human activity, and increased consumption of products created by nature itself (fruits, vegetables, herbs, cereals) will positively affect the function of spermatogenesis.
We include in the diet:
Vitamin E is one of the most important vitamins responsible for the fertility of a man and his sexual function. The minimum daily dose of vitamin E for men is 10-15 mg, but for medicinal purposes, the dose may well be increased by 2-3 times. Especially to get a daily dose of vitamin E is very easy: 50-100 g of nuts (walnut, almonds, hazelnuts).
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant for our body. The daily dose of vitamin C for men is 100 mg. Exceeding the daily dose will not harm Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin, therefore surpluses will be excreted from the body together with urine. The daily requirement is covered: 20 g of dog rose, 50 g of red pepper, 100 g of parsley or dill, 120 g of kiwi, 200-300 g of citrus.
Folic acid (vitamin B9) is necessary not only for women during pregnancy, but also for men during conception planning. Although there is no confirmed data on the effectiveness of folic acid in increasing fertility.
L-carnitine (vitamin B11) and arginine. Potentially useful for increasing fertility in men. Contained in products of animal origin, nuts, pumpkin seeds.
The primary importance in spermatogenesis and the production of sex hormones are zinc and selenium. Daily doses for men are 15 mg and 70-100 μg, respectively. These microelements can be found mainly in seafood, nuts (pistachios for replenishing selenium). There is also a complex preparation of selenium and zinc – Selzinc.
Also pay attention to products that improve blood circulation.
Exclude (severely restrict) from the diet:
- Fatty foods.
- Baking, baking.
- Fast food.
- Smoked products.
LESSON ON PHYSICAL CULTURE
Active way of life and sports have not harmed anyone yet. Only it is necessary to adhere to moderate loads, do not play sports every day – 3-4 times a week will be quite enough.
Adhere to these recommendations, and the chances of conceiving a healthy offspring will increase many-fold.