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9 factors or cause a crisis for "little tadpoles"? It's not too late to change

Time:2022-11-27 06:00:09 author:Anxiety disorder Read:216次
9 factors or cause a crisis for "little tadpoles"? It's not too late to change

A high-quality sperm is essential for breeding high-quality next generation. But in the past 40 years, male fertility has been getting worse year by year, sperm quantity and quality have gradually declined, and more and more men have been troubled by male infertility. In addition to age and disease, many factors in life can affect sperm quality and even cause asthenozoospermia or still sperm. What factors in life can impair sperm quality? 1. Sedentary sitting for a long time can affect the blood circulation of the scrotum and perineum, reduce local resistance, and increase the risk of reproductive system infection. Prostatitis, urethritis, and epididymitis have a higher incidence. 2. Going to bed late always stays up until one or two in the morning before going to bed. In the long run, it can disrupt the biological clock, break the balance of hormones, cause endocrine disorders, reduce spermatogenesis, and weaken sperm motility. 3, unreasonable diet partial eclipse or picky eater, excessive dieting, etc. will make the body lack of nutrients. Long-term lack of vitamin C in men can reduce sperm motility; long-term lack of selenium and zinc elements can easily lead to a decrease in sperm count and increase the rate of sperm deformity. 4. Drinking alcohol and alcohol intermediate metabolite acetaldehyde will inhibit the activity of testosterone synthase, hinder the synthesis and secretion of testosterone, reduce spermatogenesis, and weaken sperm motility. 5. Smoking, exposure to second-hand or third-hand smoke, the harmful substances in cigarettes will affect sperm production, reduce sperm motility, and weaken sperm fertilization ability. 6. Under greater stress Research has shown that the more stress a man is under, the worse the quality of his sperm. Because high stress can disrupt hormone levels, especially male hormone secretion, it reduces sperm quality. 7. Overweight or obese obese people have too many fat cells in their bodies. Fat cells promote the conversion of male hormones into estrogen, which affects the secretion of male hormones, thereby reducing sexual function, reducing sperm density, and reducing sperm motility. 8. Sperm in a high temperature environment is particularly sensitive to temperature. Hot springs, saunas, and wearing tight clothes will increase the local temperature, affect the spermatogenic function of the testicles, and reduce the number of sperm. 9. Exposure to harmful substances in inferior skin care products or cosmetics and cleaning products may contain hormones, which are easy to enter the body through certain channels, hindering sperm production and maturation. It is a warm reminder that men should arrange their diet reasonably and eat different types of food, especially fresh vegetables and fruits, seafood and whole grains, and nuts, which can provide the body with minerals, vitamins and beneficial fats, etc., which can promote the growth of sperm cells. Men have 3 to 4 sports a week, such as swimming, jogging, aerobics and skipping rope. Refuse smoking and drinking, and actively express bad emotions. Avoid contact with toxic and harmful substances, especially radiation, heavy metals and detergents. Family doctor's online feature, may not be reproduced without authorization

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