Natural manners to enhance sperm productivity are always preferable to drugs in order to avoid possible side effects from drugs. Good nutrition is clearly one manner to improve sperm counts. And HealthDay reported on Oct. 14, 2013, "Exercise Might Boost Men's Sperm Counts, Study Finds." According to a new study exercise may increase a man's sperm count, and therefore may improve a couple's chances of conception.
It was discovered men who lift weights or spend time working or exercising outdoors generally have a higher-than-average sperm concentration in their semen. Study co-author Audrey Gaskins, a doctoral student at the Harvard School of Public Health, said, "Men engaging in exercise for seven hours or more per week, essentially one hour a day, had 48 percent higher concentrations than men who were engaging in less than one hour per week."
Men's Fitness has noted that a study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine found men who watched a lot of television has lower sperm counts than men who watched almost none, and men who exercised regularly had a 73 percent higher sperm count than men who did not exercise often. So clearly active, healthy men are attractive to active, healthy women who desire children. DrMandelMall.com offers natural sexual health products for sale online, which may enhance sexual desire.