Experts remind men, especially those who want to be fathers, to exercise less and rest more during this period. Strenuous exercise is actually very bad for sperm and may damage sperm.
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During strenuous exercise, due to the huge energy consumption, when breathing deepens and speeds up and cannot meet the body’s demand for oxygen, glucose will undergo anaerobic glycolysis in a hypoxic state, and a large amount of acidic metabolites such as lactic acid will be produced at the same time. After these acidic metabolites enter the testes along with the blood circulation, they will cause oxidative stress, and a large amount of reactive oxygen species will be produced in the semen.
Under normal circumstances, semen has a certain antioxidant capacity, but when the active oxygen in semen exceeds the antioxidant capacity of semen itself, it will have adverse effects on sperm.
Studies have shown that active oxygen can reduce the motility and responsiveness of sperm, increase the apoptosis of spermatogenic cells, reduce the density of sperm, and affect the quality of sperm, which will reduce the probability of conception, and severe cases can be manifested as infertility.
For male friends who are planning to have a baby, it is best to avoid frequent strenuous activities such as basketball, football, mountaineering, and long-distance running for 3 to 6 months before pregnancy. .
Sitting in a horse riding position to maintain good sperm
Sitting in the equestrian position keeps the lumbar spine in the correct position, which can help relieve disc problems and back pain. The position also helps strengthen the back muscles, making it easy to turn or reach while sitting in the chair without risk.
Sperm motility and sperm motility are two different concepts, so we need to be clear about the difference between the two, which is more conducive to our targeted treatment. Now let’s take a look at what sperm motility and sperm motility are:
Sperm motility: Normal range of sperm motility: In the freshly discharged semen, more than 50% of the sperm move forward (that is, grades A and B account for more than 50%), and more than 25% of the sperm move forward quickly (that is, Grade A accounted for more than 25%). Sperm motility rate: Normal range of sperm motility rate: The sperm motility rate in freshly discharged semen is greater than 75%.