Cycling increases the risk of impotence in men. Don't make this mistake
Kids, young or old, everyone likes to ride a bicycle. Cycling provides many benefits to health. Cycling is considered very beneficial for heart fitness, muscle strength.
Kids, young or old, everyone likes to ride a bicycle. Cycling provides many benefits to health. Cycling is considered very beneficial for heart fitness, muscle strength. Along with this, bones also get stronger by cycling and body fat also reduces. Although cycling is very beneficial for health, but it can prove to be very dangerous for men. Men may have to face the problem of impotence due to cycling. So, let's know how this problem happens and what to do to avoid it.
It is said that sitting at one place for a long time increases the risk of impotence, in such a situation, cycling also increases this risk. Erectile dysfunction, also known as impotence, is a condition in which a person is unable to produce and maintain an erection sufficient for sex. Along with this, it also has a bad effect on the desire to have sex. This thing has also been proved in research.
When you sit on its seat for cycling, it crushes your private parts. Which means it puts a lot of pressure on the nerves of your private parts which causes erectile dysfunction and for your fertility health.
A research by the Wroclaw Medical University in Poland suggests that men should take some time off while cycling to avoid erectile dysfunction. Research suggests that while riding a bicycle, stand on the pedals for every 10 minutes. According to Harvard's special health report, cycling causes nerve damage and pressure on private part arteries, which leads to impotence.
The information given in the research does not mean at all that you should not ride a bicycle. But it is important that you take special care of some things while cycling so that the problem of erectile dysfunction can be avoided. Also keep in mind that the seat of the cycle should be wide and cushioned so that it does not put much pressure on your privates.
In a study conducted in European Urology, it has been found that when you ride a bicycle sitting on a less wide seat, it reduces the amount of oxygen in the private part. Along with this, the supply of oxygen decreases up to 72.4 percent.
Apart from cycling, there are many other reasons due to which the risk of impotence in men can increase. This includes diabetes, heart problems, tobacco use, obesity, prostate surgery and radiation treatment for cancer, as well as stress, anxiety, and depression.