Can men drink and smoke for a long time cause infertility? How to cure male infertility
With the development of society and the increase of life pressure, our living environment has been polluted. More and more men are smoking and drinking, and can't see male infertility, which seriously affects people's health. What is the cause of male infertility? What are the symptoms of male infertility? What diet remedies do you have?
What is the cause of male infertility?
Generally speaking, male sperm vitality changes in a parabola with age, and 20-40 years old is the best time for male sperm vitality, which is the golden age of male fertility. After the age of 40, the sperm vitality of men decreases at a rate of 0.7% every year, and abnormal sperm increases. Over the age of 60, 85% of sperm may be abnormal.
2. Smoking and drinking
Smoking has a great impact on sperm vitality. Foreign research shows that compared with non-smokers, the major indicators of semen quality of smokers are significantly decreased, and the sperm deformity rate is also significantly increased. Alcohol directly affects the testicles of men. Drinking a lot of alcohol for a long time causes testicular atrophy and semen quality decline.
Men are overweight, and the temperature of the groin rises, which impairs sperm growth. Proper exercise can help improve sperm vitality, balance body hormone levels, especially maintain the secretion level of male hormones. However, strenuous exercise, such as marathon and long-distance cycling, may affect the growth environment of sperm.
The habit of wearing tights, steaming sauna, taking a bath, and putting notebooks on your feet for a long time will lead to poor local heat dissipation, resulting in a rise in the temperature of the scrotum, thus reducing sperm production and vitality.
The substances contained in cosmetics can also affect sperm vitality, mainly o-benzene and estrogen. The former is the recently boiling plastic agent. Such substances exist in food and cosmetics, which hinder the endocrine, reduce the number of male sperm, low motility, abnormal morphology, changes in testicular tissue structure, and decrease the number of sperm in semen.
Common symptoms of male infertility
It includes obstructive azoospermia and non-obstructive azoospermia. Obstructive azoospermia can be caused by infection or congenital spermatic cord defect. Non-obstructive azoospermia can be caused by congenital chromosomal abnormalities, testicular disease, juvenile parotitis, etc.
The penis can't erect, or can't erect, can't do room work, male infertility.