Ever heard of DINK? It is the short form of double-income-no-kid. What on earth does it mean? Well, it means, if you are a busy and financially successful man and have an equally busy and financially successful wife, you have a double income alright but chances are you don’t have a baby. Wonder why? Well again, it is possible that you and your wife want to be busy building your respective careers without taking a break for having and raising a child, so you put off having a child. Alternatively, it could also be that you tried and tried but couldn’t have a child for a variety of other reasons.
It does not take an Einstein to know that today’s busy life makes you have faulty lifestyles. It’s quite simple. The busier and richer you are, the more topsy-turvy your life gets. You earn your money alright but do many other things wrong: sleep wrong, eat wrong, drink wrong, work wrong, what have you. That is where the secret of your not having a child probably lies.
Lifestyle behaviors such as caffeine, nicotine and alcohol intake, reduced physical activity and sleep deprivation often impact sperm quality parameters, according to three studies presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Boston (15-10-13). With such faulty habits, semen quality suffers right away. Sperm count, concentration and morphology (structural details) all tend to go haywire. There can even be damage to the DNA carried by the sperms. No wonder they can’t fertilize the ovum even if they manage to reach there in time.
Quite apart from the quality of sperm, a highly stressed out lifestyle is hardly conducive to a normal loving sex life between partners. The standard excuse, ‘not tonight darling, I have a headache’ is a typical example of how sexual urge and performance can go for a toss when either or both partners are preoccupied with other worries and are in too bad a mood to get into the ‘bedroom mood’. And you don’t need to be a scholar of Kama Sutra or a double PhD in sexology to understand the reasons for the mess.
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What’s the moral of the story? Follow healthy lifestyle and enjoy good sex. You can have good income as well as good kids.