The research put into sperm production is sustainable. More evidence is always a good thing. Unfortunately, online data is conflicting which can be a bad thing. It makes separating fact from fiction extremely hard. The medical community has evolved and reached levels that most people would never imagine possible. As the saying goes, the proof is there in the pudding. Diseases once thought incurable are being cured. People are living well passed into their 100s, and athletic performance is off the charts. What does any of this have to do with sperm production?
Sperm And Semen Are Not One In The Same
Sperm and semen are so commonly referred as one and the same. To start, sperm or seminal fluid is technically identified as male gametes. As you might have already guessed, the main objective of male gametes is to locate and fuse with female gametes. When this occurs, it is known as non-assisted reproduction. Semen, on the other hand, is the mixture of sperm and other fluids.
There are many aspects of a successful pregnancy, but sperm is the biggest contributor. It is a substance produced by the male reproductive organs (testicles) through a process known as spermatogenesis. Like most living organisms, sperm cells evolve, die, reform, and age. Recent research shows that it can take nearly an average of 74 days to produce sperm.
A Bigger Load Does Not Make A Bigger Man
While the above probably sounds like a medical report, its purpose is to provide a foundational understanding of both semen and sperm. The exercises offered in this program increase semen, not sperm, which does not increase a man’s potency. To understand how to increase sperm volume, it’s imperative to have a basic understanding of how the substance is produced and delivered.
In the grand scheme of things, it’s the size of channels that have the biggest effect on semen and sperm production. Think of it like trying to suck a milkshake through a straw. You can gather the greatest quantity of any substance, but the end result will always be restricted by the size of the channels it must pass through on its exit. Increase the channels, increase the flow of semen.
Boxers Or Briefs?
Most men are more than familiar with that aged-old dispute between boxers and briefs. It has been suggested over the years that tighter underwear can significantly decrease sperm count. Older reports once suggested that men who chose boxers over briefs had nearly 17% higher sperm production. Despite those findings, newer data suggests this to be untrue. At the very least, it’s being considered a gross overstatement.
The Myth Behind Pre-Ejaculation
Probably even more highly contested than tight underwear is the myth of pre-ejaculation. When someone refers to pre-ejaculation, they are referring to the fluid that precedes full climax. When one understands the unique properties of this substance it should become easy to understand why there are so many misconceptions surrounding the substance. To start, the pre-ejaculate substance does not contain sperm cells. The substance is not released with the intent to lead to pregnancy.
Pre-ejaculate can, however, pick up and carry sperm cells on its exit. Although highly unlikely, pre-ejaculation could pick up and transport sperm cells to female sex organs, leading to pregnancy.
Simple And Fun Training With Proven Results
With no special skills, no special equipment, and very little time, men will not only be able to increase volume bigger loads, but they can train themselves to have multiple orgasms. Hear from people how easy and effective these training techniques are. The training offered here is not just exercise you can enjoy it offers rapid results that will only inspire.