Male Fertility Supplements
Our lives are busy. We work and play hard and whilst this is fun, over time it puts stress on our bodies. We often don’t realise the impact of our modern lifestyle and environmental factors such as pollution and chemicals until we are taken ill or are trying to conceive. Then we ask what can be done to mitigate their effect and improve our fertility.
What is male infertility?
Did you know that the sperm is the smallest cell in the human body?
And a sperm ejaculated today first started developing about 3 months ago?
This is why it’s important to improve the building blocks of our bodies – the cells – before we try for a baby. Without doing this, the number of sperm produced can be dramatically reduced and the sperm’s DNA can be damaged, affecting its structure, ability to fertilise and motility – sperm have to be in great shape to be able to swim up the female reproductive tract to fertilise an egg. Even taking some popular food supplements, such as vitamin C and selenium, can damage sperm.
However, there are actions that can be taken to improve male fertility including introducing a clinically proven male fertility supplement to your diet.
How to boost male fertility and sperm count
- Take a clinically proven male fertility supplement that will naturally support your body – steer clear of supplements with high values of Vitamins C, E, CoQ10 and selenium.
- Eat healthily – choose vegetables, fruits, nuts and fish and avoid highly processed foods.
- Exercise regularly – at least 3 times per week – and keep your weight down.
- Keep your testicles cool! Normal sperm production occurs just below normal body temperature, which is why the testes are outside the body. Avoid sitting in hot showers or baths or with your laptop on your knees for long periods, wear looser clothing, walk around and go outside when you can.
- Give up smoking and reduce your alcohol intake.
How Impryl can help
Impryl is a nutritional supplement that is easy for your body to absorb and which delivers a balanced amount of the right nutrients that will improve male and female fertility. If your diet lacks these particular nutrients, your body will absorb them from Impryl. If they are not needed, you are simply adding additional nutrients into your diet.
Clinical data from multiple studies proves that men suffering from fertility problems are twice as likely to have a baby when taking the active micronutrients in Impryl.
In scientific terms, the nutrients help to
- Optimise gene expression
- Boost the energy needed for the cells to create and fuel sperm
- Bolster natural antioxidant defences
Put simply, this means supporting the body’s metabolism to ensure it is in the optimal state possible for producing sperm – and the sperm that is produced is of the best possible quality. It also supports the production of good quality eggs in women.
Both men and women should take Impryl for at least three months prior to conception to boost their fertility.
Male Fertility FAQs
Do I have to take Impryl everyday?
Impryl is a nutritional supplement to be taken daily as part of a well balanced diet. Skipping a dose isn’t a problem, just continue with your scheduled dose, however, if you miss multiple doses the treatment won’t be as effective.
Who should take Impryl?
Impryl is recommended for all men and women who are attempting to conceive, whether or not they have known fertility problems. Environmental stress and modern lifestyles can negatively affect gametes (sperm or eggs) and therefore, it is essential that we all have balanced metabolic support.
Should I take Impryl with other nutritional supplements?
Impryl enables your body to provide all the natural antioxidant support you need.
We strongly discourage taking Impryl alongside strong direct antioxidants such as vitamin C, CoQ10, selenium and so on. These substances may induce ‘reductive stress’ that may negate the benefit of Impryl. Strong antioxidants have been shown to cause an increase of the sperm decondensation index (SDI), which is very bad for male fertility.