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Tuesday, December 28th, 2010
Prior to resort to any drugs to
nce productivity and quality of semen, note the following tips:
1. Stop taking some medical products and get rid of bad habits. Some drugs for ulcers, as well as steroids, smoking, alcohol, drugs lead to a reduction of sperm.
2. Avoid overheating of the testicles. Sauna, hot tub, shower (if more than 30 minutes) reduce the amount of active sperm. Avoid also electric blankets, pillows, heaters for car seats, etc. Therefore it is appropriate to wear boxers, not briefs.
3. Limit the time you spend on your bicycle. If you have low activity of sperm, avoid long rides with the bike and veloergometers because the friction with the saddle leads to high temperature in the groin, not to mention it can can lead to injuries.
4. Pay attention to your diet. You should take enough zinc. Studies have shown that zinc deficiency may lead to producing less active sperm.
5. Plan properly sex – limit it to once every few days, but concentrate on quality. Note that men with low sperm activity need more time to restore the quality of sperm if ejaculation is in the next day rather than every day.
6. Avoid oral sex. Saliva has the capacity to destroy the sperm. Meanwhile – most lubricants have the same ability.
7. You should also test your body for lead and other elements, if you live in an industrial area. Lead, chromium, ethylene glycol and other substances can cause reduced sperm counts, as well as temporary infertility.
These tips does not guarantee you 100% success, but are recommended by doctors before starting treatment with any other medical products.
Sunday, November 28th, 2010
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With aging, factors affecting fertility are increasing. Moreover, our health is also deteriorating. Previous complaints could get worse or new diseases that affect our fertility could appear.
The main factors affecting fertility include:
- The number of functioning eggs left in ovaries. As we age, the number of viable eggs decreases. In the case of early menopause, the eggs end faster than normal.
- Menstrual cycle – as women approach menopause, the cycle becomes irregular and shorter.
- Thinning the uterine lining – over time it becomes more inhospitable to fertilized eggs.
- Separation of mucus – vaginal secretions become thicker and more hostile to sperm.
- Diseases affect the reproductive capabilities – some diseases can damage the sexual organs over time, or worsen if not threated properly – chlamydia, polycystic ovary syndrome, endometriosis.
- Chronic diseases – some of them have a negative effect on fertility.
- The problem with weight – obesity makes difficult pregnancy.
Sunday, November 28th, 2010
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Nowadays more and more couples postpone making children for a later period of their lives. Whether for financial reasons or simply because you have not yet met the right partner, planning a similar event at a later stage in your life has its drawbacks. Our advice is to stop waiting to step on your feet financially, because you might regret that.
As shown in the table below, women are most fertile between 20 and 24 years. As we age, the likelihood of becoming pregnant is dropping significantly, while the likelihood of infertility is increasing with the same pace. Men can remain fertile longer, age also influences their fertility, although not so dramatically.
35 years old women are half as prolific as they were 25, 40 – half the potential of their 35 years. It turns out that reaching the 30′s or early 40′s, conceiving could be much more difficult.
Most couples (92%) conceive within two years if they practice regular sex and do not use contraceptives. Under “regular” we mean every two three days.
This means that 8% of couples are not achieving pregnancy within two years. If you are over 35 years and continue to try for another year, you may become pregnant, but over the next few years, the chances begin to fall dramatically. 6% of women that are 35 years and 23% of those that are 38 will conceive after three years of regular testing.
Therefore, if it appears that you have a problem to conceive, it is better to seek help sooner rather than procrastinate. It is advisable to attempt to conceive at least one year before going to consultation, but if you are over 35 years and have trouble conceiving, get help early on.
Saturday, November 6th, 2010
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Recently, more and more people suffer from an inability to conceive. Mostly this state is due to high stress, a polluted environment, the lack of any physical activity and consumption of mainly junk food. By changing our thoughts and our attitudes towards life and ourselves and move towards healthy eating, we could fully restore reproductive functions.
Usually when you purify your body of toxins, our hormonal balance is normalizing, all systems begin to work like a clock, acquire new powers that we even didn’t know we had. Removing the toxins from our body restores happiness and love.
It is claimed that with consumption of more sprouts and live food, the achieving of perfect hormonal balance and good health, which restores our ability to reproduce in full force is possible.
Sprouts are therapeutic food for the whole organism, including the reproduction system. Moreover, this is a food grown with love and where we we don’t use any fertilizers and chemicals for cultivation.
Chocolate – contains a high content of phenyl etilamin, this is a substance that our body releases during sex and when you fall in love. So cocoa is associated with love and act addictive. Feniletilaminat is sensitive to high temperatures and when the chocolate is made from roasted cocoa, almost nothing was left of it. Why raw chocolate is much more preferable than conventional chocolates – because of its quality and impact. The raw cocoa also contains magnesium, which relieves PMS and menstruation. Overall magnesium helps for the welfare of our nervous system, so often when we begin to fall into depression or have problems of nerve, perhaps it would be good to eat foods with slightly more magnesium (in no case magnesium tablets) – these sources are mostly sprouts, raw vegetables and cacao beans.
Zinc-rich foods – sea vegetables, basil, thyme, spinach, pumpkin seeds, asparagus, broccoli, peas, sesame seeds, seedlings.
Celery, similar to truffles, contains a substance similar to testosterone (the hormone of male potency). Celery is also low-calorie and less expensive spice.
One of the most powerful aphrodisiac is undoubtedly parsley. It enhances libido in women and men because it affects the hormonal level of the body. Another possible reason for its favorable influence on the sexual desires is its high energy content – it is rich in calcium, iodine, chlorophyll, iron and essential oils.
Caraway has benefited in the past as an aphrodisiac especially in the following recipe - Ground caraway + pepper + copper.
Cardamom has been used by Cleopatra as an aphrodisiac – she bathed with it. It is known that cardamom heats the body when it is cold and cools when it’s hot.
Chilli – accelerates blood flow to organs and distant parts of the body. This is very good especially for men. It is believed that chilli provides long erection with strong and powerful ejaculation orgasm.
Ginseng – contains phytohormones and has an effect on libido. Ginseng can restore male potency by increasing the production of testosterone.
Ginger – Asian spice, arousing sexual appetite.
Essential oil made of nutmeg, ylang-ylang and coconut oil is the most erotic body lotion. It is believed that when inhaled, essential oils can help curing impotence and frigidity.
№ 1 Anti-aphrodisiac for men – Beer
Beer contains phytoestrogens, which are related to female hormones and can decrease sexual appetite in men.
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