Open the Floodgates: How to Increase Your Semen Volume


If you’ve been trying to have a baby, you might realize it’s not as easy as wishing one into existence. Low sperm count might have something to do with it.

If you want a bigger load, it’s time to open the floodgates. The good news is, you can increase your semen volume right in your own home.

Knowing Your Sperm Volume

The average ejaculate is about half a teaspoon. That’s it. As men age, that amount decreases, hitting an all-time low in the mid 50’s. 

Sperm are the “swimmers” that are within semen. In reality, semen is made up of no more than 10% of sperm. The tips below will help you increase the fluid you ejaculate, and thereby help you become more fertile.

Tips to Increase Semen Volume

If you wish to increase the amount of semen your body is producing, you can try out the following.

1. Choose the Right Supplements

Sure, you can find sperm supplements readily available. They’d be tempting to try from the name alone.

However, it’s important to look for supplements with the right ingredients. Always shop from vendors with strong reviews and testimonials. In the end, it’s always worth paying a little extra for something that truly gets the job done. 

2. Exercise Your Pelvic Floor

Everyone knows kegel exercises help women during pregnancy, but they can help men, too. 

Know the muscle that helps you pee? Isolate that muscle and flex it for about three seconds at a time. Keep doing them until you can hold it for about 10 seconds at a time. Over time, this will increase blood flow to your penis and increase semen volume.

3. Stop Smoking

Seriously, smoking is bad for your lungs and your semen. Several studies show men who smoke are far less fertile than those who don’t smoke. 

On top of that, smoking damages sperm itself. Sperm contains two types of proteins and smoking causes a deficiency in one of them.

4. Stay Hydrated

It’s good advice for everyday health, but it will also help you increase your ejaculate.

You might think having a round of beer before hitting the sack is a great idea, but it actually hinders you. Alcohol will leave you more dehydrated, lowering your sperm count and its quality. 

Your body is 60% water. Staying hydrated makes sure everything in your body works properly: digestion, body temperature, etc.

The more hydrated you are, the more semen you make. 

5. Eat Healthily

Turns out, eating healthy foods also helps out with your semen load. Try packing in meals full of:

  • Amino acids (eggs, yogurt, lean meat, quinoa): prevents sperm from clumping
  • Zinc (chicken, yogurt, chickpeas, cashews): Increases semen volume
  • Vitamin C and antioxidants (lemons, orange juice): increases sperm motility and decreases defects
  • Calcium and Vitamin D (yogurt, skim milk, salmon)
  • Folic Acid (leafy green vegetables, legumes, orange juice): contributes the amount of semen you make
  • Allicin (garlic): optimizes blood flow to your penis
  • Horny goat weed and Gokushura

Stop eating crappy, processed foods full of fats and sodium. A poor diet will have a bad effect on both your semen and your sperm. 

A proper diet will help raise your semen levels and strengthen your ejaculate. Adding in an additional supplement like Viril-X is also a smart option.  

6. Your Undies

You probably guessed that your underwear has a part to play in it, too. Studies show that men who wear tighter fitting undies have half as much sperm as men who wear boxers. 

Wearing restricting underwear will push your testicles against your body, heating everything up. That heat will actually kill off some of your sperm.

So, ditch those tighty-whities and put on something a little more comfortable. 

7. Don’t Ride A Bike

Think about riding a bike. There’s pressure and bouncing. There’s jostling around. There’s more friction (and not the fun kind). 

None of that sounds like a good environment for great ejaculation. Get off the bike and get your exercise in other ways. 

8. Less Sex

Sigh. We know, this isn’t what you want to hear. The thing is, the more you ejaculate, the more it’s spread out. If you go a little longer, your semen builds up. You’ll have a bigger load to release and to top it off, it’ll actually feel better, too.

9. Say No to Lubes

When you do have sex, stay clear of lubricants. They might be great in the moment, but they actually interfere with your sperm’s movement. Yes, this includes saliva as lube.

If you must, there are a few alternatives. Vegetable oil, peanut oil, and PreSeed may not harm your sperm as much. 

10. Stress Relief

Haven’t you heard that stress kills? It kills sperm, anyway. When you stress out, your hormones get unbalanced. That interferes with sperm production.

If you’re feeling stressed, find some kind of relief. Just don’t relax in a tub. The hot water does the same for you as tight undies. Go for a jog, light a candle, or play video games instead.

Increasing Your Ejaculate

There are a few tricks to try if you’re looking for a bigger “payoff” in the bedroom.

Overall, if you put your body in a healthier state, you’ll have a healthier semen count, too. Quit bad habits like smoking and alcohol. Develop better routines like healthy, rounded meals and lots of water. 

Don’t underestimate the power of a good pair of boxers, too.

Keep in mind, these tips are to help you increase semen volume, not necessarily sperm.

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