If you have questions about increasing your sperm, don't feel like you're the only one asking. According to a recent study, 4 out of 5 men actually think about ehancing their sperm, but most don't feel comfortable talking about it. Below are some of the most frequently asked questions that we have received. Click on any question in the list to read more.
- How do I increase my sperm count?
- How can I produce more ejaculate?
- Does more sperm produce better orgasms?
- How is sperm quality measured?
- What are some causes for low sperm count?
- What are some foods that increase sperm production and quality?
- What is sperm motility?
- Can vitamins increase my sperm count?
- How do sperm enhancement supplements work?
- Can sperm enhancement supplements boost fertility?
- Where can I find more information about sperm enhancement?
There are a number of effective methods for increasing sperm count. Try to wait longer between ejaculations, which unfortunately means less masturbating and having sex less often. You should also avoid too much alcohol, smoking, or other drugs. You should try to exercise more often, including exercising the PC muscle which controls ejaculation. Also, eat foods that increase sperm production. This is as simple as changing a few dietary habits, and it will result in much bigger, healthier sperm loads than you've ever had. You should also try supplements which are designed specifically for this purpose and generally work for most men. Last, try to make love in the mornings or afternoon when sperm levels are usually at their highest.
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To produce more ejaculate we recommend men of all ages try our one week Program for Optimum Sperm Health®. The program is safe, natural, and easy to use. The plan recommends a combination of dietary ingredients and natural sperm enhancement supplements. The results speak for themselves, as 93% of our respondents report positive results. Simply follow the guidelines and you will have much more volume in your ejaculate.
There is a popular myth that women subconsciously desire a man who has the ability to ejaculate a large quantity of sperm. We're not sure if that's true, but we do believe that the phsycological effects this has on a man are huge. A man who produces a bigger sperm load is more likely to feel like he performed well, and therefore has a much healthier attitude towards sex. Also, there are tremendous physiological benefits resulting from larger ejaculate volume. There is a direct correlation to stronger, longer and more satisfying orgasms.
The World Health Organization identified five factors to assess sperm quality. All five are necessary for the best chances of conception:
- Number of sperm cells
- Concentration of sperm
- Sperm Motility
Normal ejaculate will contain more than 30 million sperm cells, and an average sample contains more than 20 million sperm per milliliter of ejaculate. Sperm motility, or it's ability to swim, may be the most critical factor in men's fertility because they need to be able to swim from the vagina through the cervix, into the womb to meet the released female egg where fertilization occurs. In a healthy semen sample, more than 50% of sperm will demonstrate excellent motility and 25% will move strongly and fast in one direction. Morphology refers to the size and shape of the sperm. Fertility experts believe that at least one third of sperm should have the normal shape, in the likeness of a tadpole.
Sperm count can be affected by a number of factors. Smoking can lower sperm count, as can excessive drinking or drug use. Frequent ejaculation can also slow sperm production, so try to wait 2-3 days between ejaculations. One should also be careful to avoid tight underpants, bathing in hot water, and prolonged periods of sitting as these things have all been shown to lower sperm count. In addition anabolic steroid use and zinc deficiency have also been linked to low sperm count.
First, drink plenty of water. Dehydration is the number one cause of poor sperm production. Saw Palmetto and maca are beneficial to sperm production. Eat oysters for a boost in sperm motility. Oysters contain zinc which increases the ability of the sperm to swim fast and straight. Tomatoes and papaya contain lycopene, a very powerful antioxidant. You should also make sure you're getting enough of the amino acids L-Carnitine and L-Arginine. Also, be sure you're getting enough Vitamin A and Vitamin C, two important vitamins for overall sperm quality, especially sperm motility.
Sperm motility is the ability of sperm to move and swim. When doctors do a semen analysis, they look at several factors, including the sperm count (the number of sperm in each milliliter of seminal fluid), the volume of semen, the percent of sperm that are motile (moving), and the sperm morphology or "handsomeness" (whether they look normal).
Yes. Vitamin A and Vitamin C have both been shown to increase sperm production and sperm motility. These two vitamins can easily improve overall sperm quality as well.
The male sexual system is a complex interplay of many different parts; for maximum pleasure, each must be working in top order at the right time. Although "volume" capsules and tablets have the specific purpose of increasing sperm and semen production/amount, we feel it's important to always consider overall male sexual health with any program you decide to pursue.
For some men, the issue of improved potency and fertility is very important as well. If this is of concern to you, look for a supplement that increases both volume of fluid AND quantity and health of sperm. Your load will be not only bigger, more impressive and more pleasurable, but more potent as well.
Many of the supplements will contain amino acids plus herbs and other botanicals from Europe, Asia, and South America.
Some of the supplements available today have been proven to boost male fertility. Volume Pills and Semenax are the most recognized supplements for their success increasing fertility in males.
For more information on sperm enhancement or any other sexual enhancement questions, we have included a list of web sites for further learning.