Low Sperm Count is a Major Issue—Here’s What You Can do About It

“According to Trak’s findings, 65 percent of respondents work sedentary desk jobs, and the same percentage of respondents consumes fruit and vegetables less than once per day. Similarly, 60 percent of the men report they only work out once or twice a week (or less) for 20 minutes at a stretch. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that this isn’t the most optimal way to live…but it is eye-opening to see the effect this is may be having on our reproductive lives.

So if you’re struggling to conceive, it’s important to remember that lifestyle factors matter, and that it’s important to consider a male partner’s role in the process. And if you’re looking to gain a clearer picture of your situation, an at-home test like this may be a simple way to gain it.”  – Fit Pregnancy 

Thank you to Fit Pregnancy for highlighting the global male fertility crisis, and how Trak is available to help men tackle this issue. 

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