Sperm quality has plummeted over 50% the last 50 years. There are many factors to blame, but the effects of cell phone radiation on sperm production is relatively unknown.
Urologist Dr. Ashok Aggarwal of the Cleveland Clinic reports that cell phone radiation is strongly associated with decreases in sperm count, motility, viability and normal morphology, and DNA damage on the sperm. Nearly 100 other studies dating back to 1972, including by the Naval Medical Research Institute, also link electromagnetic radiation to negative effects on fertility.
Together with a clean diet, sufficient sleep, and regular exercise, Faraday’s can be a great addition to any fertility-boosting program.
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