Reproductive Health News: Lack of sleep may harm sperm

New research suggests poor sleep results in lower sperm counts. A Danish study looking at 953 young men in Copenhagen have found an interesting correlation between sleep disruption and lower sperm concentrations. This is a particularly interesting study for industrialized countries where sleep disturbances are commonly reported. It also provides the RRM practitioner with another tool to incorporate into their infertility assessment and treatment. It also opens up a very interesting area of study for RRM researchers. Abstract Several studies have found an association between sleep duration and morbidity and mortality, but no previous studies have examined the association between […]

New research suggests poor sleep results in lower sperm counts.

A Danish study looking at 953 young men in Copenhagen have found an interesting correlation between sleep disruption and lower sperm concentrations. This is a particularly interesting study for industrialized countries where sleep disturbances are commonly reported. It also provides the RRM practitioner with another tool to incorporate into their infertility assessment and treatment. It also opens up a very interesting area of study for RRM researchers. Abstract Several studies have found an association between sleep duration and morbidity and mortality, but no previous studies have examined the association between sleep disturbances and semen quality. We conducted a cross-sectional study […]