3 Ways To Increase Seminal Fluid and Sperm Volume

The following are 3 simple and totally natural ways with which you can increase seminal fluid and the volume of sperm production and also increase the volume of your ejaculate. Including these in your daily routine will improve your overall health too.

Drink plenty of fluids

This may sound a little obvious, but it’s too important to neglect. Staying hydrated is essential for a fully functioning and healthy body. The more hydrated your body is, the more semen you will produce, and similarly a dehydrated body will produce a decrease in semen. At least 8 glasses of water should be consumed daily to maintain a healthy amount of seminal fluid.

Include In Your Diet

Essential fatty acids Omega 3 and the mineral Zinc are essential for the healthy production of hormones such as testosterone in your body. Sources of Omega 3 are beans, pulses such as lentils, nuts, olives and olive oil. Zinc can be obtained from eating protein rich foods such as beef, lamb, pork, crabmeat, turkey, chicken, lobster, clams and salmon. If you are vegetarian, you can get Zinc from dairy products such as milk and cheese, peanuts, beans and wholegrain cereals, brown rice, whole wheat bread, potato, yogurt and pumpkin seeds. Pumpkin seeds contain the most zinc out of all the vegetarian options available. Including as much of these zinc rich foods in your diet will ensure healthy semen production.

Take These Supplements

Sperm producing supplements will help to increase seminal fluid and the volume of sperm ejaculated. Amino acids such as L-arginine, L-glysine and L-carnitine are essential for maintaining a healthy sperm count, and increase the blood circulation to the penis which helps for a better rock solid erection every time. A supplement that contains Mucuna Pruriens and Pomegranate will ensure you get maximum semen production and powerful ejaculations. Pomegranate is known as natures Viagra, so you definitely can’t go wrong there. It’s also one of nature’s most powerful anti-oxidants so it fights free radical damage and prevents cellular aging.



Source by Timothy Jeeves