I have read a fair amount about all the environment and lifestyle factors which influence our health and fertility. The most recent study I have found was focussed on male fertility and sleep patterns. This study involved over 1,000 young men and found a direct link between sleep and male fertility.
Men who had poor quality sleep or didn't sleep enough hours had a 25% lower sperm count than those who had good sleep. Not only did men have lower sperm counts but the size of their testicles were also significantly smaller.
Living an overall healthy lifestyle involving adequate exercise and rest will impact our fertility. Combining a healthy diet and decreasing environment toxins also optimizes our chances of conception.
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Dr. Ryan Funk, Dr.TCM