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SuperSperm - What Can Be Done To Improve Sperm Health?

Can Anything Help Improve Sperm?

Are you looking for information following a sperm test result or are you worried about a pending sperm test or are you simply looking for natural ways to improve your fertility? While some men do have a long-term issue with sperm quality, many find that they can make a significant improvement to their results by putting in a bit of effort.

How Can You Improve Sperm Test Results?

A few changes to diet and lifestyle and a bit of acupuncture it is often all you need to improve sperm motility and morphology.

  • Vitamin C: citrus fruits, kiwi, mango, kale, broccoli, brussels

  • Vitamin E: spinach, sweet potato, avocado, almonds

  • Selenium: Brazil nuts, yellowfin tuna, halibut

  • Beta-Carotene: carrots, sweet potato, squash, spinach

  • Stop drinking out of plastic bottles, stop storing food in Tupperware containers - these can leech out chemicals that harm sperm development.

Acupuncture Helps Too!

It may come as a surprise, but hormone balance also plays a part in sperm production, FSH, LH, Testosterone and Prolactin are all important players when it comes to regulating sperm production. Acupuncture is an amazing therapy for the support of a healthy balanced hormone system and several studies clearly show how regular acupuncture can improve sperm health. If you would like to contact me to book a course of acupuncture to support sperm health, please get in touch. And just in case you are worried, I would like to reassure you that the needles will only go into wrists, ankles and lower legs!!

Tips & Suggestions

In the section below are a series of Tips and Suggestions which will be useful for any man looking to improve sperm quality (or for any woman looking for ideas about how to improve her partner's contribution!).

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We need to evaluate the cause of male infertility and then decide on the course of treatment. After a brief history, physical exam, and hormone evaluation, we can determine the underlying cause of male infertility.

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