How are you? The quality and quantity of sperms in seminal fluid have a direct impact on the male ability to accomplish fertilization. In other words, male fertility depends on both sperm quantity and sperm quality. A low sperm count or unhealthy sperm will hamper conception.
There are certain life style changes which can bring about change in the quality and quantity of the sperm, they are stay away from cigarettes and alcohol, cut out unhealthy processed foods and exercise regularly, Oysters are long valued as food that is rich in zinc and known to increase sperm and testosterone production. Bananas, Avocado and nuts can also help in this matter.
Foods that contain lycopene (for example tomatoes) are also considered to increase sperm count, Certain vitamins are essential for male fertility and their deficiency may lower sperm count and quality. For example, Vitamins C and E are very important for healthy sperm production.
Quality semen enhancement pills like Volume Pills will have a well-balanced formula of herbs, vitamins and minerals that address all factors that are crucial to sperm health.
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