Get More Folic Acid
Folic acid is important not only for mommy-to-be. Men who had lower levels of folic acid in their diet had a higher percentage of abnormal chromosomes in their sperm, according to a study. When sperm with abnormal chromosomes fertilize an egg, this can lead to a miscarriage or birth defects. More than half of the first trimester miscarriages be caused by chromosomal abnormalities in the embryo. A good multivitamin or foods that are rich in folic acid, such as beans, green leafy vegetables, whole grains, citrus fruits, and folic acid fortified cereals, breads and pastas, will help him to get 400 milligrams of folic acid it needs daily.
It’s a good idea for men to limit their alcohol intake if they hope to become a father. Alcohol has been shown to reduce sperm production and sperm abnormalities cause. One to two glasses a day is fine (as long as they have the normal size portions!).
Cut Back on Caffeine
A study found that sperm count and sperm concentration were slightly lower in men who had a high soda and caffeine intake. Men need their caffeine consumption (which includes coffee, tea, chocolate, energy drinks) limit per day (about three 6-ounce servings) to 300 milligrams.
There’s a reason testicles of a male hanging off his body. Sperm production must take place at a certain temperature, and even our core body temperature is too hot, so keep the testicles outside to cool. If your partner anything that overheats his testicles do, it can interfere with sperm production. He would limit the time he spends in hot tubs, saunas and steam rooms.
He may want to change his laptop habits. There is a possibility to cause using a computer on his lap too often can genital warming may affect possible sperm. His best bet? Keep the lap time to a minimum to invest in a laptop cooling pad, and using the laptop on a desk often.
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