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Sperm count is affected by overall health

17 Aug, 2020
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Current research supports the strong connection between overall health and sperm count. Likewise, low fertility is common in people suffering chronic disease. By living a healthier life, you can increase your reproductive health and your likelihood of conceiving. Healthy dads make healthy babies, so adjust your lifestyle to prevent chronic diseases and increase your sperm count.Although medication can treat conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or heart disease, prevention is far more effective. Prevention involves frequent exercise, eating a healthy diet, losing excess weight, managing stress, and avoiding smoking and excessive drinking. Although each of us face our own unique challenges, living a healthier lifestyle can improve your sperm count and reduce your risk of chronic diseases.

Khashayar Dashti
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