Studies 2017-02-22T22:57:20+00:00

Don’t Take Our Word For It

Clinical research supporting the Trak approach

Infertility affects 1 in 8 couples

Men contribute to up to HALF of all infertility cases.

Approximately 1 in 5 men have a LOW sperm count (< 15 M/mL), and the majority of men have a SUBOPTIMAL sperm count (< 55 M/mL)

15 M/mL is the current World Health Organization cutoff for subfertility in men

Couples conceive faster when the male partner has a sperm concentration above 55 M/mL

Average sperm concentration dropped by 32.2% in European study of 26,609 men between 1989 and 2005.

Average sperm concentration in South Indian men decreased by 30.2% between 1994 and 2005.

Average sperm concentration dropped by 42% between 1940 and 1990.

Your sperm quality is an indicator of your overall health

Your weight is related to your semen quality and fertility

Metabolic disorders like diabetes are related to bad semen quality and infertility

Infertility is a risk factor for some forms of cancer

Hypertension might affect sperm quality negatively

A healthy diet improves your sperm quality, unhealthy eating decreases it

Weightlifting and moderate exercise improve your sperm quality

Not exercising decreases your sperm quality

Too much high intensity training (especially cycling) decreases your sperm quality

Steroid use severely impacts your sperm quality, may be irreversible

Too much heat decreases your sperm quality

Testicular cooling boosts your sperm quality

Good sleep is good for your sperm

Stress impacts your sperm quality

Smoking damages your sperm

Alcohol abuse impacts your sperm quality

Marijuana use affects your sperm quality

Lead exposure can affect your sperm quality

Other toxins affecting sperm quality are: DDT, Benzene, Hydrocarbon, Glycol Ethers and PCB