What causes thick sperms?
Sperm are made up of two main parts: the head (or head) and the tail. Both these parts have their own functions. The head contains all of the vital organs necessary for life such as blood vessels, nerves, muscles and other body tissues which allow the individual to survive without any outside assistance. The tail is used for swimming and movement. Sperm cells contain many proteins called ‘proteins’. Proteins are molecules which perform specific tasks. For example, one protein helps the body fight infection or another helps with digestion. Some proteins are essential while others may not be needed at all but they must always exist in the right proportions to work properly. When there is too much of some proteins then it results in a condition known as a deficiency or overproduction of them. A deficiency would result in the person having problems such as being short tempered, weak willed and/or sickly. Over production of certain proteins could cause cancer, heart disease, diabetes and other diseases. Protein deficiencies can be caused by diet, drugs and environmental factors. There are several different types of protein deficiencies. These include:
Vitamin B12 Deficiency – Vitamin B12 is a vitamin required for normal cell division and functioning of the nervous system. People suffering from this type of deficiency cannot produce enough red blood cells (which carry oxygen around your body). This can lead to anaemia (a lack of oxygen in the blood). It can also cause the nervous system to degenerate resulting in numbness and weakness in the arms and legs.
Protein Deficiency – A lack of dietary protein in the diet can result in a number of conditions including fatigue, tiredness, loss of appetite and muscle wasting. If the body does not get enough essential amino acids, it cannot make new proteins or repair old ones.
Vitamin D Deficiency – This vitamin is important for the absorption of calcium and phosphorus in the body. The main function of these two nutrients is to help build and maintain healthy bones. Without enough of it, bone growth and maintenance can be severely impaired resulting in conditions such as rickets in children and osteomalacia in adults. Rickets causes soft, weak and deformed bones while osteomalacia causes bone pain and tenderness.
Zinc Deficiency – A lack of dietary zinc can lead to conditions such as growth retardation, skin lesions, loss of appetite and taste, and slow wound healing.
Lutein Deficiency – Lutein is a substance necessary for proper functioning of the retina of the eye. Without enough lutein, people may experience visual disturbances or even go blind in the long-term.
Now you can easily conclude that having a good balanced diet is very important to prevent the occurrence of any such problems from happening. Before you try anything else, ensure that you are getting all the nutrients your body needs by eating a well-balanced diet rich in fruit and vegetables. A multivitamin supplement can also be beneficial. However, if you have been eating a healthy diet and have still developed a protein deficiency then there are special shakes you can buy from most drug stores which can help.
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Using Laser Acupuncture and Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) to Treat Male Infertility by Improving Semen Quality: Case Report by S Behtaj, M Weber – Arch Clin Med Case Rep, 2019 – academia.edu
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Ayurvedic Concept of Semen by SK Sahu – Editorial Advisory Board Members, 2018 – iisb.org