The situation in women is a bit different because women have a certain reserve of eggs when they are born. So eggs are not produced as male sperm later. For this reason, reproductive health of women is not affected by environmental conditions. But there is no such good news for men, unfortunately male reproduction is affected by environmental conditions. even the harmful effects of ozone layer perforation, which we eat and contain unnatural nutrients that we eat can even be the cause of infertility for men. Studies conducted in recent years, even the body of the father of the father's body index shows that infertility is effective. In the same way, cigarette use, working conditions intertwined with chemicals (solvent, paint, rubber, petroleum derivatives, dry cleaning, printing environment, etc.) On the other hand, working conditions that increase the temperature of the testes (such as employees of saunas, baths, long-distance drivers, bakers) Men who are forced to stay in extremely hot environments for a long time are also in danger of infertility.Journalists and TV players are also at riskOther than that, there is no good news for those who are very close to technology teknoloji Because those who use laptops for a long time are at risk. The bad news comes to the televisions; television workers and those working in fiction and camera services are also at significant risk. Mobile phones, backpacks that allow live broadcast with 3G technology are among the reasons of infertility due to the strong electromagnetic field they emit.Mother & Fatherhood starts in the kitchenNutrition is very important in terms of reproductive health ve Healthy and balanced nutrition can increase the chances of having children for both men and women… For example, we need to consume very healthy seafood. Especially fishes from cold seas and oceans (like salmon) are preferred instead of bottom fish and shellfish… Again, especially when consumed too much tea and coffee in our country is also prevented from breeding araştır Research carried out in those who consume 5 cups and more coffee a day reproduction rates have decreased. Likewise, consuming more than 2 glasses of tea per day is not recommended.Breakfast has to do with fertility… Cemal Süreya said, ür I don't know what you think about eating, but breakfast should have something to do with happiness ”and he explained both the feeling of breakfast and the importance of breakfast. A study suggests that women with PCOS start the day with a nice, tight breakfast can have a positive effect on fertility. Researchers at Tel Aviv University have conducted a study to control insulin levels in women with polycystic ovary syndrome, where they control insulin levels. In the study, 60 women with polycystic ovary syndrome and normal body mass index were randomly divided into two groups.- Women in the first group were given 980 calories for breakfast, 640 calories for lunch and 190 calories for dinner. 190 calories, 640 calories for lunch and 980 calories for dinner were given. Both groups were tested for insulin, glucose and testosterone levels 90 days later. At the end of the study, the ovulation and menstrual data of the women in this study were also analyzed. Although there was no significant difference in body mass index at the end of the 90-day period, it was observed that insulin and testosterone levels were high in those who consumed most of the daily calories in the evening. In contrast, 56% less insulin resistance was seen in those receiving most of the daily calories at breakfast and a 50% decrease in testosterone levels was detected. In addition, it was observed that insulin and testosterone levels decreased and ovulation rate increased by 50% in the group having higher calorie breakfast. Although doctors often recommend patients with PCOS to lose weight to manage insulin levels, it is known that many women with fertility problems are not overweight. It was emphasized that the distribution of this calorie during the day is more important than the calorie taken and the increase in insulin and testosterone levels in women reduces fertility.