Thursday, November 13, 2014

Quality of Sleep Affects Male Fertility

Infertility in men - According to a study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, when not getting enough sleep, generally men will wake up feeling tired are still hanging, headaches, difficulty concentrating, and ultimately less fertile. The study found that the quality of sleep affects male fertility.

The investigators noted that sleep disturbances can affect the fertility of male physical. Motilities or the ability of sperm to move in the right direction and find the egg to be fertilized, concentration, shape, and number of sperm, all affected. But in fact, the effect of sleep disorders is much greater than just how the body produces sperm.

Poor sleep quality can cause a range of problems at the emotional level, especially with regard to sex Mom and Dad. When dad was tired, sex is the last thing you might want him to do. Or attempt to approach Papa Mama may be rejected because he is irritated to see her husband's face unpleasant due to lack of sleep. Well obviously it if the quality of sleep affects male fertility!

The solution? If Papa experience sleep disturbances, such as poor sleep, or even waking up frequently, try to establish a routine that wins every night. Avoid caffeine in the evening as well as foods that are difficult to digest. Turn off all the lights in the bedroom and turn on the room temperature regulator cool. Air conditioner or fan can create white noise or noise that could provoke irregular drowsiness. If a sleep disorder is ongoing, in addition to doing all the routine before, Papa can consult a doctor to find out another solution better.

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