Physical activity contributes to a good sperm quality


Physical-activity-300x199It is well known that regular exercise is beneficial to health but the novelty is that, as Harvard researchers have published recently, men who get exercise have better sperm count than the ones who don’t.

The study indicates men with a healthy lifestyle and who make exercise regularly for 15 hours a week ( 2 hours a day) have a 73% more spermatozoa than who make exercise just 5 hours a week.

In addition, they found that men with a sedentary lifestyle who watch TV more than 3 hours, have a lower sperm count, with 44% less spermatozoa.

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