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Performance is the key factor for every couple that determines the satisfaction level they get from sexual activity. Many couples suffer from fertility issues, and this issue has shown that this issue mostly comes in men. However, treating infertility is quite challenging, but you can do various things to boost your chances of convincing in sexual intercourse.

Fertility can be improved by maintaining a healthy diet, taking ubat kuat supplements, and other lifestyle changes. Although, some of you may be wondering what you mean by male infertility. A man is unable to produce quality sperm, which results in fewer chances of making his female sex partner pregnant. However, sometimes infertility in males may be connected with semen quality while others could be connected to sexual functionality. Here are some reasons for infertility:

  • Erectile Dysfunction is when a man cannot maintain or develop an erection; it is also known as impotence.
  • Sexual Desire – it means a person having a desire to have sex. Moreover, supplements or foods can enhance your libido.
  • Sperm Motility – having a healthy sperm allows the sperm to move quickly with semen.
  • Sperm Count – The concentration of sperm count determines the semen quality.
  • Testosterone Level – the male sex hormone may be the reason behind of infertility of some men.

There are different reasons for infertility depending upon general health, fitness, diseases, genetics, and dietary containments. Moreover, a healthy diet and lifestyle are essential for better fertility. Here are the tips to increase your sperm counts and male fertility.

  1. Exercise Daily

Exercise has great benefits for health, and exercising daily to enhance your testosterone levels and improve men’s fertility. Testosterone boost from training compound muscles thus helps to better your semen quality and build muscle strength.

Moreover, it helps treat various health issues like premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, and many more health conditions. Besides, you should avoid doing too much workout, as it may have a negative effect on your testosterone level instead of increasing it might reduce the level. You can consume an adequate amount of zinc that helps to minimize the risk and enables you to maintain your semen quality.

  1. Vitamin C Needed

Everybody known by the fact, it helps to boost the immunity level of a person. Some studies show that consuming antioxidant supplements, like Vitamin c, may enhance the men’s fertility. Infertility happens when a person is having a low level of antioxidant agents in their body due to an unhealthy lifestyle and eating habits, or a polluted environment.

Moreover, taking a supplement of vitamin C will help you tackle the stress related to oxidation, resulting in men’s infertility. Besides, it treats anxiety and increases the sperm count, and makes the men more confident while they are in bed with partners.

  1. Reduce Stress Level And Relax

Studies shown, people with office stress can have a lower level of libido, thus making them perform lower than expected. Moreover, sometimes it is hard to get your mood on to engage in any sexual activity due to high stress on the body. Stress can hamper your sexual desire and impact your infertility. Though having stress for a longer period can lead to an increase in cortisol; thus, it may affect testosterone production.

When you experience unexplained anxiety, it can be treated with mediation and relaxation strategies. Having peace of mind while helping to reduce your stress level. You can share your feelings with your partner or spend time meditating, exercising regularly, or walking in nature. Moreover, various ubat kuat available in the market that helps maintain your stress and anxiety level. It helps you to perform better in bed.

  1. Taking Vitamin D Is Necessary 

Vitamin D is another nutrient that helps maintain female and male fertility and boost your testosterone levels. Studies have proven that people with a lower level of vitamin D have a lower level of testosterone. So it would help if you consumed more vitamin D for better mobility of your semen. The main source of vitamin D is early morning sunlight, fruits, and vegetable. Make sure you take vitamin D daily as it helps to boost your testosterone level by 25%.

  1. Consume Supplements Of Fenugreek

Fenugreek is one of the most popular medicinal and culinary herbs. Due to this, ubat kuat can tremendously boost testosterone in the male body with regular exercises. Moreover, it also reduces the fat in the body and allowing you to perform well in any sexual activity. This herb has many vital macros and micronutrients that help to build the immune system as well as the male genital hormone. With the higher concentration of sperm count in your semen, it will help you to perform better without any problem. You can also opt for consuming herb tea of fenugreek.

  1. Consume Enough Zinc

Zinc is a vital nutrient for male fertility; thus, you can find zinc in higher amounts in foods like fish, eggs, shellfish, and meat. Moreover, a higher concentration of zinc is needed in every man’s life. If a person is a deficiency of zinc, it is more likely that a person will have a lower level of testosterone along with poor sperm quality. It leads to higher chances of male infertility. Many ubat kuat have a higher concentration of zinc; thus, consuming one of these tablets will help you recover from your deficiency.

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These are the top six tips you need to consider to improve your male fertility and increase your libido level. Moreover, these tips will also help you show your performance in any sexual activity without any problem of erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation.

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Human Factors Testing in Surgical Robots

Human Factors Testing is vital to the product design life cycle, but it is especially important to complex surgical robot design, owing to the fact that robotic surgical procedures involve both human and robotic interaction. As with any surgery, uncontrolled or unwanted motion is an inherent risk, either by robot or human hand. However, when dealing with humans and surgical robots in the same procedure, the risk can be magnified. One would think we would be more at ease with robotic surgical procedures, when studies show a surgeon’s hand is stable to roughly 100 microns, while a surgical robot is stable to roughly 25 microns, however we are reliant on the device design.

In most cases, surgical robots are designed to mimic human hands, yet they still require human interaction to pre-program a surgical procedure, or a surgeon actually controls the surgical robot during the procedure. In either scenario, the devices and interfaces that have been designed properly with a Human Factors approach will be more intuitive and natural for the surgeon to operate, while providing increased precision and safety throughout the procedure. This directly translates into more efficient procedures, cost savings for the hospitals and most importantly, better outcomes for the patient. The ultimate goal is to bring more success to robotic surgical procedures by incorporating human factors testing into device design.

Risks & Benefits of Surgical Robotic Devices

As with any surgery, an inherent risk is uncontrolled or unwanted motion, either by the robot or the human hand. Naturally, when dealing with humans and robots in the same procedure, the risk can be magnified. One would think we would be more at ease with robotic surgical procedures, when studies show a surgeon’s hand is stable to roughly 100 microns, while a surgical robot is stable to roughly 25 microns, however we are still reliant on the device design. Many medical robots today are built to the strictest of standards in order to guarantee quality control. Overall, assurance of patient safety should always be the top priority in medical device design, which is why Human Factors Testing should be considered during device design.

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Three moves for better spine health

A strong core can stabilize your spine to help keep your lower back healthy and pain-free. The muscles and ligaments surrounding your spine can weaken with age or from an injury, which can make movements like twisting, stretching, lifting, and bending difficult.

“The lower back often has to compensate for this lack of mobility, which places greater stress and burden on its muscles,” says Eric L’Italien, a physical therapist with Harvard-affiliated Spaulding Rehabilitation Center.

People with back pain often fear movement, which can make their back stiff and their pain even worse. “Yet, a stable spine is also more flexible, so it can support a full range of natural movements,” explains L’Italien. “And healthier movements reduce pressure on the low back and lower the risk of pain and injury.”

Full engagement

Spine stability is achieved with a balanced approach to your entire core musculature. “This means you engage all the core muscles at once — from the abdominals to the whole back,” says L’Italien.

This comes in handy when you make movements that require sudden strength and a broad range of motion, like lifting and carrying groceries and placing them on the counter or floor.

“Spine stability means your entire trunk is working together in rhythm, like a world-class symphony,” says L’Italien. “If one thing is off, it can affect the entire structure.”

So how do you get a stable spine?

L’Italien recommends the “big three” exercises developed by Dr. Stuart McGill, an expert in spine biomechanics at the University of Waterloo in Canada. They are the curl-up, the side plank, and the bird-dog.

“These exercises engage all the important muscles needed to improve spine stability,” says L’Italien.

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Children’s Chronic Pain Trajectories May Predict Their Response to Intensive Rehab

Intensive pain rehabilitation programs have been demonstrated to be effective in helping children with chronic pain return to their levels of function before their pain onset. However, these programs are costly and require substantial time commitments from both patients and their families. According to a study1 by Simons et al, researchers have now identified pain trajectories for children with chronic pain who participate in these programs from up to 1 year following treatment. These findings have allowed researchers to assess baseline factors that appear to be associated with treatment response with regards to improvements in functional ability and pain reduction.

As pain rehabilitation programs may cost upwards of $30,000, clinicians need to “make sure the family is ready for the commitment of time, energy, and openness to learning strategies to live life in the presence of pain,” lead author Laura E. Simons, PhD, associate professor of anesthesiology, perioperative and pain medicine (pediatric) at the Stanford University Medical Center, told Practical Pain Management.

Regaining Functional Ability

The study included 253 patients aged 8 to 18 years (mean age of 14.5 years) with complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). Patients were considered eligible for the program if they had not progressed through other outpatient physical and cognitive behavioral therapies. Rehabilitation programs included physical, occupational and psychological therapies for 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, with the typical stay lasting between three to four weeks. Patients attended follow-up appointments at 1, 4 and 12 months post-discharge.

Pain intensity was assessed using an 11-point scale (0 to 10). Functional disability was assessed using the 15-item Functional Disability Inventory. The researchers used “disability and pain as primary markers of treatment gains, [but] examined a number of other factors over time,” said Dr. Simons. Other useful markers can include missed schools days; quality of life; depression measures; frequency, potency and accumulated doses of pain medications; and effects on daily routines, Tala Dajani, MD, assistant professor of clinical science education at the ATSU School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona, told Practical Pain Management.

Dr. Simons and her co-authors reported that 88% of the children studied were able to regain day-to-day functional ability. Almost three-quarters (73%) reported mild to no pain at one-month follow-up, and these improvements were maintained at one year. Most importantly, they found that older age, higher pain scores, fewer social difficulties, higher anxiety levels and lower readiness to change differentiated the children who responded well to intensive programs from those who did not, with regards to pain. With regard to functional ability, researchers did not find any baseline characteristics to distinguish between responders and non-responders.

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Meat options for a diabetes diet

People with diabetes should choose lean meats to limit their intake of unhealthful fats. The Diabetic Exchange List can help with this.

The list, which a committee of the American Diabetes Association and the American Dietetic Association created, shows meat choices based on protein, fat, and calorie content.

The following sections show nutrients for a 1-ounce (oz) serving of meat. All portions contain 7 grams (g) of protein.

Very lean meat

Very lean meat has 1 g of fat and 35 calories per serving. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) list only turkey or chicken breast without the skin as being very lean.

Lean meat

Lean meat has 3 g of fat and 55 calories. These meats include:

  • some beef cuts, such as sirloin, flank steak, tenderloin, and chipped beef
  • lean pork, such as fresh, canned, cured, or boiled ham, Canadian bacon, and tenderloin
  • veal, except for veal cutlets
  • poultry, including chicken, turkey, and Cornish hen (without skin)
  • wild game, such as venison and rabbit, and including pheasant, duck, and goose without skin

It is important to note that certain meats, such as Canadian bacon and chipped beef, have a higher sodium content of 400 milligrams or more per serving.

Meats to eat in moderation

Some meats are less healthful than the lean options but may be suitable for consumption in moderation.

Medium fat meat

Medium fat meat contains 5 g of fat and 75 calories per 1-oz serving. People should eat smaller portions of medium fat meats or include them in the diet infrequently. Medium fat meats include:

  • ground beef, chuck steak, and T-bone steak
  • pork chops, loin roast, and cutlets
  • roasted lamb and lamb chops and leg
  • veal cutlets, either ground or cubed and unbreaded
  • poultry with skin, ground turkey, and domestic duck or goose
  • liver, heart, kidney, and sweetbreads
  • 86% fat-free luncheon meat (although this is high sodium)
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