Men: Your Sperm Count is Plummeting

And that’s a warning sign for other health problems

A paper published in November 2022 describes data from 223 international studies that reveal that sperm count across the globe has decreased by more than half over the last fifty years. According to the team of scientists who made this discovery, humanity faces a “fertility crisis.”

The situation is equally as dire in regions like Latin America, Asia and Africa as it is in Europe, North America and Australia.

You might take the view that — what with eight billion of us already on the planet — the situation is more of a solution than a problem. However, as well as being highly distressing for couples struggling to conceive, low sperm count is associated with a number of male health issues, including testicular cancer, and all-cause mortality.

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