1) Stop Smoking Cigarettes. Smoking damages your lungs causing you to have difficultly in breathing. When you are not able to get enough oxygen in your body the cells will die and thereby reducing the production of male gametes. Smoking also causes you to be infected with tuberculosis and can cause you to be very weak, before you become an addict quit smoking if you do smoke.
2) Stop staying in places with high temperature. Overheating your body will make you to kill the inner cells making you unable to produce matured male gametes. Remember wearing of too many clothes or tight clothes can also cause a lot of heat in your body. Painful boils in your body is an indication of your body having too much heat.
3) Stop Drinking Alcohol. Whenever you drink alcohol you do expose your body to liver infections and also will cause you to be weak and you will not be able to get children.
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