Male fertility down 62% worldwide and it’s still falling



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(Natural News) New research published in the journal Human Reproduction Update points to accelerating rates of male infertility all around the world.

In less than 50 years, average sperm counts have plummeted by 62 percent, we are told. And the rate at which this decrease is occurring is on the rise, meaning sperm counts are dropping progressively faster over time.

For men to stay healthy and strong, their male hormones must be maintained at optimal levels. If this does not occur, then health problems such as “testicular cancer, hormonal disruption and genital birth defects, as well as declines in female reproductive health” can occur, the study explains.

Hagai Levine, the study’s lead author, says the issue is a “crisis” that could soon reach an irreversible point leading to a collapse of the global population. (Related: Check out our earlier coverage linking Fauci Flu shots to male infertility.)

“We have a serious problem on our hands that, if not mitigated, could threaten humankind’s survival,” Levine is quoted as saying.

“Demographic Winter: the decline of the human family” film addresses collapse of global civilization

Every year since 2000 has seen a steady yearly decline in sperm counts of 2.64 percent per millimeter of semen. This is more than double the decline seen prior, dating back to 1978.

Though the study does not specifically name any potential causes for this decline, we know that one current and prominent cause is Chinese Virus shots. Other known causes include genetically modified organisms (GMOs), chemical pesticides and herbicides, and plastics.

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The following film, “Demographic Winter: the decline of the human family,” discusses the various factors influencing fertility both in males and females. It is worth a watch:

As for the chemicals linked to male infertility, many of them are found in everyday items like food packaging, hygiene products, building materials, and more. Endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are also found in water bottles, food takeout containers, and other common items used by billions of people every day.

“While the world population recently hit eight billion, birth rates across the world are consistently declining,” writes Breccan F. Thies for Breitbart News.

In the comments, someone made an interesting point about how vaccines are another likely cause of decreasing fertility:

“So, doesn’t it seem more than a coincidence that as the number of childhood diseases vaccinated against has increased, and the global percentage of vaxxed children has increased, fertility rates have decreased along the same trendline?”

Another wrote that “better living through chemistry,” as DuPont used to call it in the company’s marketing materials, is another major cause of dwindling fertility:

“I am no expert or doctor, but just anecdotally, the best thing I know for male plumbing is raw garlic,” this person added. “The difference is almost immediately apparent. Experts say a clove or two.”‘

“It’s very intense raw, but I do a whole bulb daily – and don’t believe less gives maximal advantage. It definitely takes some getting used to but it’s well worth it, and will also improve breathing and kill potential viral infections before they get started. Not bad for a dollar a day, or just stick some in the ground in the fall and harvest organic garlic in the spring. That’s all you have to do: just plant it, no special care needed. It will also lower bad cholesterol faster and better than any statin.”

Another suggested that drawing attention to male infertility in the way this study does without identifying its causes only ends up “normalizing” the condition, which is in no way normal or acceptable.

More related news about the decline of men can be found at MensHealth.news.

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