Habits That Are Hurting Your Manhood


Men usually attach great importance to their family jewelry, symbols of their manhood! However, certain habits of everyday life can be harmful and affect the sex life and male fertility.

Here are 6 habits to avoid.

1 - Do not do enough sports

If the sport helps keep the line, it would also be the best ally of manhood. Indeed, having regular physical activity improves male sexual performance and prevents erectile dysfunction that can occur with age.

These facts were corroborated by a US study of 1709 men whose age ranged between 40 and 70 years. It has proven that men over the age of 40 who play sports regularly are less likely to have erectile dysfunction. The researchers concluded that 30 minutes of physical activity per day help preserve erectile function.

It is also important to note that keeping the line plays an important role in erection. According to a study conducted by researchers at Harvard University in the United States, involving 1981 men aged 51 to 88, of whom 30% are prone to erectile dysfunction, participants with a waist circumference of over 1.07 m doubles their risk of having erectile dysfunction.

2 - Smoking

Long associated with manhood and seduction, cigarette is not the best friend of the erection!

Tobacco can be a risk factor for erectile dysfunction because of its effect on the arteries. Indeed, smoke damages the arteries in the long term, and affects the fine veins of the penis, responsible for erection thanks to the influx of blood. Tobacco can therefore not only cause cardiovascular problems but also cause erectile dysfunction. Smokers are twice as likely to develop this problem as non-smokers.

In addition, tobacco can also affect the quality of sperm and therefore fertility. According to an analysis of various scientific studies, which appeared in the journal European Urology, tobacco affects spermatozoa. The latter become less rapid, less numerous, and present a different form which makes fertilization difficult.


3 - Not having frequent sexual intercourse

It is obviously clear that erectile disorders rhyme with less sexual intercourse. But can less frequent sexual intercourse cause erectile dysfunction? Researchers at the University of Tampere, Finland, were interested in this point.

They studied the case of 989 men aged 59 years, while taking into account their possible pathologies. The results of the study showed that erectile dysfunction was greater in participants who had rare sex (less than once a week). Conclusion: Make love more frequently to prevent erectile dysfunction.

4 - Eating junk food

Having a poor diet not only affects overall health but can also be the cause of erectile dysfunction. Indeed, consuming a lot of fast food, processed products and foods high in sugar and fat directly impacts the bloodstream and therefore has an effect on erection. Recall also that poor diet is one of the causes of obesity and overweight, which promote erectile dysfunction.

5 - Do not sleep enough

Lack of sleep can have many health consequences. This affects the overall functioning of the body and impacts our mood, our productivity as well as our level of concentration. But not that: lack of sleep also contributes to the drop in libido and has a deleterious effect on sperm quality.

According to a Danish study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, people who suffer from sleep disorders have poor sperm quality. This one contains 29% less spermatozoa, which are moreover likely to have an atypical form.

6 - Using sunscreen

Used to protect the skin from UV rays, sunscreen could affect male fertility. These creams contain many chemicals that act as sunscreens. Once absorbed through the skin, they pass into the bloodstream and can impair the function of the spermatozoa. A Danish study presented at the annual congress of the Endocrine Society in the United States tested 29 filters used in sunscreens for an experiment on healthy sperm cells, creating the same environment as the fallopian tubes. The results showed that 13 filters of the 29 tested affected the function of the sperm cells, and consequently the fertility.

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