Anonymous: Danish men have had declining sperm quality over the past 50-60 years and are very low together with i.a. Germany compared to the rest of the world. It is believed that this may be due to hormonal disorders. I have several friends who are struggling with the problem, and 15-25 percent of Danish men have reduced fertility. But does a healthy lifestyle and exercise have a real effect?
Bente Klarlund Pedersen: There is little doubt that men’s average sperm quality is not top notch. There are many indications that endocrine disruptors in our environment are partly to blame, but the individual man’s lifestyle can actually also affect sperm quality.
It is never good to be physically inactive, not even when it comes to sperm. Men who watch television for more than 20 hours a week have inferior sperm quality than men who do not watch television at all. In addition, men who engage in moderate to strenuous physical activity for 15 hours or more per week are found to have better sperm quality than men who are very physically inactive.
Source: Politiken.dk – Forsiden by politiken.dk.
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