With fertility health, there has been a cavalcade of incorrect myths that have been circulating for quite some time. Such misinformation only serves a negative aspect by misinforming the general public, and also creates rumors and disingenuous mistruths. To counter this, today we will talk about several shocking myths about fertility health which will be easily debunked in the key points that follow.
MYTH: You Can’t Ride Your Bike
A popular myth about men was that you should not ride your bike because it could harm the sperm housed in your testicles. Such is indeed not the case whatsoever. In an extreme study of men who logged about 2 hours per day, some scrotal damage was observed. However, unless you are a professional bicyclist, this is rather unfounded and untrue.
MYTH: Cell Phones Are Harmful
Another myth was that cellular phones emit electromagnetic radiation I that can mar fertility rates in men and women. This myth is still widely circulating and is entirely unfounded. There is no conclusive evidence to date that validates any aspect of the preposterous hypothesis. In short: your cell phone does not harm your sperm or eggs.
MYTH: Boxers and Briefs
For long time and running, men believed that by wearing tighter briefs they could actually hinder sperm production. Countless experts attest that this is untrue. They actually advise that men wear whatever undergarments they find to be most wearable and comfortable. Boxers nor briefs will harm sperm health or motility.
Certainly, there are plenty of things that you should worry about that can impact your sperm or egg health. But the aforementioned myths serve to demonstrate that you can’t always believe what you read. If you have medical questions that are of concern, take the time to call your doctor and ask them, so you can receive the most efficacious medical advice.
Your fertility health and the state of will exponentially impact your chances of conceptive. Thankfully, whether that’s for better or for worse is entirely at your discretion. According to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, infertility affects approximately 7.3 million couples per year, or about 12 percent of those who are trying to conceive. Most commonly, the issue is found in the females and not the males. Genetic indispositions aside, there are a few things that you could be doing in the here and now that can drastically improve your chances of conception in the immediacy and in the future that lies ahead.
There’s No Time Like the Present
According to leading fertility health experts, there is no time like the present. Experts say that the prime age to become pregnant is actually in your 20s. The older you get, the less likely it is that you will conceive. Women in their late 30s suffer from double the odds against them of getting pregnant (22 percent). Similarly, women in their 40s also suffer by a 29 percent margin against.
Eat a Balanced Diet
You are what you eat. A balanced diet is the key, experts say. Studies conducted by Harvard found that women who kept diets rich in monosaturated fats, iron, fiber, protein and fruits and vegetables had the lowest chance of suffering from marred conception rates. Eat well so someday you can eat for two.
Harmful Habits Decrease Your Chances
Stamp out the bad habits. Smoking, drinking and lack of sleep, improper diet and lack of exercise all are kill-switches to your fertility health. Instead, keep a healthy, active and balanced lifestyle for the best natural results.
Women are not always the cause for infertility. According to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, men account for about one-third of all cases of infertility for couples seeking to reproduce. That being said, there are some aspects of your lifestyle that you can address as a proactive adult male seeking to conceive a healthy child with your significant other. The following tips can help you make some minor adjustments now to ensure your odds later.
Avoid a Sedentary Lifestyle
A sedentary lifestyle is not good for anyone. Lack of exercise and mobility naturally makes your entire body lax. This can denigrate sperm mobility and compromise the DNA and cell integrity of your sperm cells. Balance a fitness regiment with your lifestyle to enhance your fertility health.
Watch Your Diet
Your sperm are created by your body. Your body is nourished by the foods and beverages that you put into it. It’s no mystery that alcoholics and habitual marijuana users suffer from lower sperm count than healthy, active males. A balanced, healthy diet is the best plan of action for improving your fertility health.
Stamp Out Bad Habits
Bad habits will impact your sperm count, plain and simple. Smoking, drinking, lack of sleep, imbalanced nutrients, malnourishment and even stress can all cause reproductive harm. Your best plan of action for increasing your odds of conception is to also increase your odds of living a healthy life. Eliminate bad habits now, and you will also help to increase sperm cell integrity and health later on.
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