Male-infertility

Plastic bottles and low sperm count

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Xenoestrogens – a threat to fertility in humans.- Xenoestrogen are a type of synthetic compounds which have estrogenic effect on living organism. These chemicals enter our body through pesticides, use of plastics and plastic bottles, chemicals and other pollutants. Xenoestrogens lower the level of testosterone and reduce sperm count in men. It may cause serious problems in female reproductive system too.

Unhealthy semen – An ayurvedic view

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unhealthy semen Unhealthy semen or abnormalities in semen lead to infertility in men. According ayurveda unhealthy semen is known as dooshita shukra. When vitiated doshas affect semen, the semen loses its ability to fertilize egg.

Natural ways to increase testosterone

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improve testosteroneTestosterone hormone is produced by testicles in men. It is responsible for development of male sexual characters like physical strength, muscle mass, body shape, body hair, deep voice, sexual function etc. Erectile dysfunction occurs when testosterone level is reduced. But this is not the only cause for erectile dysfunction.

Hormones that influence in sperm production

Causes of low sperm count

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low sperm count causes, Low sperm count, reduced sperm motility and malformed sperms are main causes for male infertility. There are various biological and environmental factors which affect sperm count, motility and morphology. Many of these factors have been mentioned in ayurvedic texts. The causes of low sperm count are briefly explained below.

Natural ways to increase sperm count

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natural ways to increase sperm count, increase sperm count naturally, increase sperm count ayurveda, increase sperm count tips, increase sperm count, ayurvedaMajor cause for male infertility is low sperm count, low sperm motility and a large number of malformed or abnormal sperms. Various environmental and biological factors affect the sperm count.

Increasing Libido through Vajikarana Therapy

Ayurveda has laid much importance on a male's potency. Acharya Charaka states the use of aphrodisiacs as mentioned in ayurvedic treatments enhances one's potency by leaps and bounds. These medicines are said to give one the strength and potency of a horse. They contains herbs to increase libido. This therapy is known as Vajikarana Therapy

These treatments are especially useful for aged people. They are said to increase sperm count and sperm motility, and also rectify impotence

Causes for Low Libido (According to AYURVEDA)

Overcoming low sperm count – By preventing overheating of testicles

Testicles in men secrete male hormones and also help in sperm production. Testes function properly only when they are cooler than rest of the body. Hence anatomically they are structured (hanged outside the body) such that they do not experience the body heat. If testes are subjected to high temperatures, the increased heat can kill the sperms and cause low sperm count.

Ayurveda Magical water-how to make Copper water

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copper water ayurveda, how to make copper waterCopper water is helpful in anemia , hair loss due to anemia and male infertility. Dr. Shirishbhate explains the authentic way to prepare this magical water.

Copper water can be prepared in two ways.

Ayurveda definition of shukra dhatu (semen )

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Production of shukra dhatu: The core nutrients of majja dhatu (bone marrow) help in production of Shukradhatu.(see Relationship between majja dhatu (bone marrow) and shukra dhatu (semen).
According to texts of ayurveda shukra dhatu is pervading all over the body (sarva shareera gathaha).

Yada payasi sarpistu gudaschekshou raso yadha
shareereshu tadha shukram nrinaam vidyaat bhisagvarah ||

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