Boost Men's Fertility With These Simple Health Hacks

Infertility is real for one in eight American couples planning pregnancy and male’s are to blame for at least 35% of cases.

Sperm counts are plummeting - over 50% the last 40 years!

Here are 7 simple things you can do to boost male fertility (the 7th is the kicker).

1. Hydration

Are you drinking 8 glasses of water per day? Amidst the daily grind, we often forget this one.

Get yourself a water bottle and carry it with you at all times. Just make sure it isn’t made from plastics with chemicals that will do your whole health harm.

2. Diet

Low cholesterol and blood pressure promotes heart health, which is essential for a balanced hormonal system.

The keto, paleo, whole30, and atkins diets are all great ways to reduce your waist size and lose fat.

Ginger, oysters, and tomatoes are superfoods for boosting sperm counts as well. Incorporate these ASAP.

3. Stress management

Breathe. Do it now. In through the nose, fill your belly, and then exhale slowly through the mouth like you’re exhaling smoke. Feel different?

Meditation techniques like visualizing your partner’s egg fertilized by your sperm is another proven way to increase your chances at conception.

Try it!

4. Sleep

Never, ever sleep with your head near wiring, or devices which emit electromagnetic radiation, including wifi routers.

Airplane mode is good, and setting them in the other room and/or off is even better.

You’ll also want to invest in super comfortable bamboo bed sheets, fluffy pillows, and a temperature regulated room. Huge dividends.

5. Exercise (Move)

Make boosting your body’s metabolism a priority.

Simple things like standing up, parking farther away, taking the stairs, and walking to the store will have an immediate effect on your appetite and cognitive performance to reduce stress.

6. Supplements

Before you spend hundreds of dollars on capsules filled with ingredients which you can acquire from a balanced diet, do some research on the foods which are high in zinc, omega-3 fatty acids, VItamin A, folic acid, and Vitamin E.

These have all been shown to increase sperm counts.

7. Reduce exposure to EMF’s!

There’s no way around our increasing reliance on modern consumer electronic technology in our daily lives.

However, while studies show that electromagnetic radiation can decrease sperm quality and cause damage to the DNA on sperm, they also show that damage can be reversed when exposure is reduced!

The male reproductive organs are the most sensitive (and vulnerable) to EMF. Protect the family jewels with radiation-blocking boxers.