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8 Sperm-Killing Male Habits

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In younger years, many men spend so much time and energy trying not to get their sexual partners pregnant that by the time you want to conceive, you might not understand why it’s difficult.

However, several surprising factors and habits—from the activities you do to the products you use and the foods you eat—can kill or reduce your sperm production. Here are eight every day habits, foods, activities, and products that may be reducing the power of your little swimmers…

1. Hot Tubs

Hot tubs are sexy, they get the ladies! However, a lengthy soak in a sexy hot tub or Jacuzzi isn’t good for your little swimmers. In fact, when the heat rises in the testicular region, the high temperatures stifle sperm production.

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