1. Do not wear tight jeans
Andrologists and urologists believe that tight jeans not only compress male reproductive organs and affect normal testicular development, but also hinder sperm survival due to their lack of breathability and heat dissipation. Under normal circumstances, the testicular temperature is 3 ℃ to 4 ℃ lower than the body temperature.
2. Don't ride a racing car for too long
The height of the handlebar of the racing car is lower than the seat, the center of gravity leans forward, and the lumbar curvature increases. The testis and prostate of the perineum cling to the cushion. After being squeezed for a long time, it will become ischemic, edematous, and inflamed, affecting the production of sperm and the normal secretion of prostatic fluid and semen, resulting in infertility. Therefore, young men should not ride racing cars for a long time, and should not exceed one hour per day. Sponge covers should be used to protect the perineal cushion.
3. Do not take a shower at too high a temperature
Under normal circumstances, sperm must develop normally in a constant temperature environment of 34 ℃ to 35 ℃. When bathing, the water temperature is too high, which often leads to hidden dangers. When taking a sauna, the room temperature can reach as high as 70 ℃ to 80 ℃, which is more than twice the normal bathroom temperature, which is not conducive to the growth of sperm or can cause excessive "dead sperm" and lead to infertility. Medical experts have learned from the causes of male infertility that some men are unable to survive due to testicular temperatures being 2-3 degrees higher than normal. Therefore, young people should be cautious when taking a sauna, and the water temperature for bathing should also be around 34 ℃.
4. Be careful not to lack zinc or selenium in your diet
Trace element zinc can promote sperm motility, prevent premature disintegration of sperm, and facilitate binding with eggs, indicating that zinc has a significant impact on fertility. Selenium is also an essential trace element in the human body, almost entirely derived from food. Japanese Medical Research Institute? ahref=" http://zzk.39.net/zz/toubu/kou/504fc.html "target="_ Blank "class=blue>Cough exhaustion - ahref=" http://zzk.39.net/zz/shengzhi/nxgg/4ffee.html "target="_ Blank "class=blue>There were 1000 cases of male infertility, and 37 people were found to have insufficient selenium content in their semen. Therefore, young men should not be partial eaters and should pay attention to eating foods rich in zinc and selenium, such as fish, oysters, liver, soybeans, brown rice, etc.
5. Inhaling kitchen fumes
Recently, a study by the School of Medicine at Shanghai Railway University found that 74 chemicals in kitchen fumes can cause cell mutations, leading to infertility and becoming a new "criminal evidence" of "family killers". They found that the mutation rate of cell chromosomes of Drosophila melanogaster fed with the condensed oil in the kitchen oil fume oil cup was 0.54%, and 2.8% of Drosophila melanogaster was sterile, indicating that its reproductive system was significantly damaged.
Can oral diseases lead to male infertility Dental disease may arise from other diseases and can also lead to other diseases. Professor Hans Ritter and colleagues from the University of Berlin in Germany conducted a comprehensive examination of 18 male infertility patients who had failed to receive various treatments, and found that they all had dental disease. So they asked dentists to start treating their dental diseases, mainly including caries, residual roots, dead teeth, root cysts, gingivitis, and so on. After curing the dental disease, it was unexpectedly discovered that 6 out of these 18 people finally had children.
(Intern Editor: Cai Junyi)