If you're a confirmed desk jockey worried about weight gain, science has found something else for you to be concerned about. As it turns out, a person who spent 50 percent of the workday sitting down did more sperm DNA damage than more active men.
Couple a sedentary job with a nightly habit of sitting and watching hours of TV, and you're increasing your risk of damaging sperm quality; even more, a 2016 study in the American Journal of Epidemiology found evidence that time spent watching television was associated with lower sperm counts and poorer testicular function.
Moderate to vigorous physical activity has a markedly positive effect on sperm count, while males who spend more than 20 hours a week staring at the tube have a 44 percent lower sperm count than those who watch little or no television, the Harvard School of Public Health found. Taking out the garbage and making your daily trip to the