When Should Men Sleep to Have Sperm of Higher Quality?

Date:2019-09-25 click:0
In 1991, Danish scientists first discovered that the number of male sperm has decreased by about half in the past 50 years. Fourteen years later, Russian scientists are still trying to find out the cause of sperm loss.

Recently, a new study in China was published in the American Journal of Medical Monitoring. The study showed that the amount and quality of male sperm were directly affected by the time of sleep and the time of sleep. Men fall asleep between 20:00 and 22:00 and have higher sperm quality and fertility.
In the new study, a team of scientists from Harbin Medical University tracked 981 healthy men's sleep patterns and their effects on health. The participants were randomly divided into three groups. They were asked to go to bed after 8 to 10 p.m., 10 to 12 p.m. or 12 p.m. respectively. They were asked to set an alarm clock to keep up to six, seven to eight, or at least nine hours of sleep, respectively. 
After collecting semen samples regularly and testing the number, shape, and vitality of sperm, they found that men who fell asleep in the morning not only the sperm count was fewer, but also died earlier than men who slept earlier. When they slept less than 6 hours or more, the number and quality of sperm would be worse. By contrast, men who go to bed between 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. have the strongest sperm motility, which means they are more likely to conceive successfully.

As far as reproductive effects are concerned, too late bedtime can raise the level of anti-sperm antibodies produced by the autoimmune system, destroy the protein of healthy sperm and lead to a sharp drop in sperm quality. Coincidentally, in 2013, a Danish study also found that men who slept six hours a night had 25% fewer sperm than men who slept eight hours a night.
At the same time, one of the main causes of sperm reduction is genitourinary system inflammation, including orchitis, seminal vesiculitis, epididymitis, etc. These patients account for the largest proportion of oligozoospermia, which will directly affect the testicular spermatogenesis function and the pH value of semen. 
Therefore, in order to cause irreversible damage, it is recommended that patients take Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, which can promote blood circulation and remove blood stasis, promote diuresis and relieve stranguria, and will not have any side effects on the human body. It can effectively eliminate genital tract inflammation, thus restoring the normal number and level of sperm. 

At last, it is suggested that for the sake of your next generation's health, please work and sleep regularly and fall asleep on time!