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Sunday, March 19, 2017

Cycling Extreme Make Men Infertile?

Excessive exercise and extreme can lead to amenorrhea or menstrual problems cycle in women.  Unfortunately, information on the relationship excessive sports with male fertility is still very little. However the researchers did warn that extreme cycling can make men infertile.

Just so you know, male fertility is affected by the heat, and when the scrotum-bag that encloses the testes-exposed to temperatures that are too hot, fertility problems may arise. One sport that could have an impact on male fertility is cycling like an athlete. Cycling in the long term can lead to overheating of the testes; and ultimately affect the production of sperm. Meanwhile, the old pressure of the saddle can cause other problems, namely numbness in the penis and erectile dysfunction.

Exercise is beneficial for our body, but still there is a limit that must be obeyed. Research on athletes who exercise and extreme sports has shown that the positive effects of exercise may disappear when shifting from intense exercise to the extreme.

When resting
, heart beats about 70 times per minute, whereas during exercise the heart can pump up to 150 times per minute or even more. When the marathon athletes, for example, run as far as 40 miles, their heart will operate for a maximum of two hours and forcing the heart muscle to work very hard and potentially damaged. Meanwhile, declining heart function often associated with erectile dysfunction, which can affect male fertility through the inability to achieve orgasm.

Excessive exercise such as extreme cycling
is make men infertile and also lead to a shorter life span due to cardiac injury. If Papa happy to be running the event and plans to have children, it's good to limit the distance of about 15 to 25 km course in a week. And if Papa was one of the perpetrators of motion bike to work, do not forget to pay attention to the health of the testicles as well as giving some respite to the time spent in the saddle the bike.

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