Trying for a baby soon? Going to bed early will improve your man's sperm quality
A lot is said and written about women's fertility, and how we can eat/sleep/stress less to improve it.
However, a new study has shed some light on how men's fertility is highly affected by lifestyle factors too, and that instead of focusing so much on just how us ladies can super-charge our fertility, we need to check in more often with what the men get up to as well.
And now esearchers from Aarhus University, Denmark are saying that men who got around eight hours a night were also more likely to have healthy sperm than those who got less than seven.
The latest findings study looked at sleep patterns of around 100 male volunteers who were attending fertility clinics in Denmark, 48 of whom had healthy sperm and 56 with low quality sperm.