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  • Low sperm count, the leading cause of male infertility, can be temporary or permanent. Low sperm count could be caused due to any of the following factors:-<ul><li>Old Age
<li>Worry
<li>Diseases
<li>Exertion
<li>Poor diet
<li>Grief and turbulences</li></ul>
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    Low sperm count, the leading cause of male infertility, can be temporary or permanent. Low sperm count could be caused due to any of the following factors:-

    • Old Age
    • Worry
    • Diseases
    • Exertion
    • Poor diet
    • Grief and turbulences

  • While you should avoid vigorous training programmes, regular and moderate exercise helps you maintain a healthy body weight and gives you a healthier overall body.
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    While you should avoid vigorous training programmes, regular and moderate exercise helps you maintain a healthy body weight and gives you a healthier overall body.

  • Since infertility and life in general can be stressful, learn to relax. Stress is sometimes responsible for certain infertility issues such as hormonal problems.
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    Since infertility and life in general can be stressful, learn to relax. Stress is sometimes responsible for certain infertility issues such as hormonal problems.

  • Try having a healthy body weight as weight influences oestrogen and testosterone levels.
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    Try having a healthy body weight as weight influences oestrogen and testosterone levels.

  • Avoid vigorous exercises, hot baths and saunas since they raise the body temperature and may cause changes in ovulation and reduced sperm count.
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    Avoid vigorous exercises, hot baths and saunas since they raise the body temperature and may cause changes in ovulation and reduced sperm count.

  • Heavy metal toxins may affect ovulation. A hair analysis can determine exposure.
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    Heavy metal toxins may affect ovulation. A hair analysis can determine exposure.

  • A man's fertility begins to decrease after he is thirty so take this into consideration when planning about children.
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    A man's fertility begins to decrease after he is thirty so take this into consideration when planning about children.

  • Studies have shown that smoking, alcohol and drug abuse takes a serious toll on a man's sperm count. So, try avoiding or at least limiting these.
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    Studies have shown that smoking, alcohol and drug abuse takes a serious toll on a man's sperm count. So, try avoiding or at least limiting these.

  • Malnutrition and nutrient deficiencies cause low sperm count. Deficiency of Vitamin C, Zinc, selenium etc can reduce sperm count. So, try having a diet rich in these nutrients.
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    Malnutrition and nutrient deficiencies cause low sperm count. Deficiency of Vitamin C, Zinc, selenium etc can reduce sperm count. So, try having a diet rich in these nutrients.

  • Stay away from environmental hazards and toxins (such as pesticides, lead, paint, radiation, radioactive substances, mercury, benzene, boron and heavy metals).
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    Stay away from environmental hazards and toxins (such as pesticides, lead, paint, radiation, radioactive substances, mercury, benzene, boron and heavy metals).

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