Improve Your Sperm Fertility with Vitamin D

Improve Your Sperm Fertility with Vitamin D

If you’re nervous that Father’s Day is around the corner and it’ll be another year with no celebrations, know that you’re not alone! Are you having enough sex? Are you constantly stressed out? Are you worried that your swimmers aren’t as fast as they should be?

The truth is that infertility is fairly common and affects many men around the world. But with a little lifestyle change and help from science-backed nutritions, you’ll be on your way to improving your chances of becoming a dad.

Vitamin Ds for all Dads
Here’s how we can help: at Bespoke Health we can help to improve fertility and sexual health, and with concrete evidence showing that lack of Vitamin D affects fertility – for both men and women – it’s a no brainer that a safe and effective supplement like Vitamin D can
optimise your chances of conceiving.

The good news is that Vitamin D is reported to be most effective on semen quality. Adequate levels were shown to improve sperm count, sperm maturation, sperm morphology (shape), sperm motility (their ability to swim) and boost testosterone levels in the body.

In Denmark, a clinical trial on 300 healthy young men found that those with low levels of Vitamin D had a significantly lower number of sperm count and sperm motility. If that’s enough, the European Society of Endocrinology also reported that Vitamin D supplements
could be beneficial for couples undergoing IVF, as it affects the production of sex hormones in both men and women.


So there you have it! It’s time to take control of factors that can shape how healthy your sperm is, and start boosting your sperm count now with evidence-based science. Time to bring fertility rates out of recession and make the dream of starting a family come true!


Contact us to learn how we can ensure your needs are being met.

REFERENCES
1. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28667465/
2. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/05/170523084302.htm
3. https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01304927


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