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The success of the conception depends on two people, a healthy lifestyle for both mother and father. And a new research has shown that sleep plays a major role in the fight against infertility, especially in the case of men.We know that men's fertility, sperm count, and quality are affected by a number of things, from smoking to eating healthily. It's also worth paying attention to how much men sleep, according to Dan's researchers.It is good for men to sleep more The study presented at the annual conference of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology, ideally 8 ounces of sleep needed to keep sperm healthy. Aarhus University researchers investigated a total of 104 independent sleeps. The men all wanted a family, and they now consulted with experts in the field. The average age of the volunteers was 34 years; 48 males had healthy sperm, while 56 had lower sperm quality. The study lasted for two years. The study found that those who slept well and went to bed relatively early in the evening at 11 o'clock had more healthy sperm than those who had regular spermatozoa. We also found that the sperm of 8-year-old sleeping males was healthier than that of a 7-year-old sleeping man, regardless of when they got pregnant. For example, in 2017, we noticed that men who had a newborn had not only less sperm, but had a shorter period of time to stay in the female body. "Sickness Hans Jakob Ingerslev Professor, author of the current study. "We don't know exactly why sleep deprivation has such a profound impact on fertility. Sleep deprivation can be related to stress, but it can negatively affect metabolism." (Via)You may also be interested in:
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