Supporting Your Fertility Naturally
Trying for a baby can be a stressful experience particularly regarding fertility for both the male and female, as it is not uncommon for issues to arise that may make chances of conception a little bit harder than expected.
Often, it may be incorrectly assumed that the female eggs are the cause for infertility issues, however it takes two to tango. Male fertility is likewise as important in the process of trying to conceive as female fertility.
This is because men can experience a decline in sperm motility and sperm morphology which respectively refer to a sperm’s movement and structure as they age .
Ubiquinol as a supplement has been shown through research to reduce the effects of free radicals and oxidative stress . Having high levels of oxidative stress may lead to the disruption of a sperm’s DNA and can affect the fertility of a sperm .
Additionally, it is well known that Ubiquinol supports energy production. This extends to the energy production levels found in sperm cells. As Ubiquinol is the active form of CoQ10, it supports the synthesis of ATP in a cell’s mitochondria. ATP is ubiquitous across living organisms as energy-carrying molecules found in cells. Due to sperm cells requiring a large amount of energy, Ubiquinol may help to support sperm cells with the energy they require to successfully fertilise an egg .
Other ways to support male fertility include maintaining a healthy weight, exercising regularly, eating a healthy diet and limiting one’s alcohol intake.
Seek advice from a healthcare practitioner to determine if supplementation is right for you. Always read the label.
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 Alahmar, A. (2019). The impact of two doses of coenzyme Q10 on semen parameters and antioxidant status in men with idiopathic oligoasthenoteratospermia. The Korean Society For Reproductive Medicine. https://doi.org/10.5653/cerm.2019.00136.