Recently, I have heard a lot of people talking about a topic where someone is infertile again. It seems that this issue has been deeply penetrated. As for the factors of infertility, most men are still unaware. They just think that the vast majority of them are female problems, and male infertility is increasingly attracting attention. I just saw that I used to cook frequently or induce infertility, but I don't know if it is true.
Infertility factor: frequent racing
Due to the special design of racing cars, the handlebars are slightly lower than the seats, causing people to tilt their center of gravity forward and increase the curvature of their waist, causing the testicles and prostate gland to tightly adhere to the seat cushion. When these two parts of men are squeezed for a long time, ischemia, edema and inflammation will occur, which will affect the production of sperm and the normal secretion of prostatic fluid and semen, and will easily lead to infertility. Therefore, young men should not ride racing cars for long periods of time. These types of sports should not last for more than an hour every day, and they should also wear cotton pads to prevent long-term compression of the testicles and prostate gland.
Factors of infertility: frequent zinc deficiency and selenium deficiency 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. 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.
Reminder: Experts suggest that male friends avoid cooking as much as possible and avoid inhaling too much cooking fumes, which can lead to male infertility. To prevent the occurrence of male infertility, in addition to reducing cooking, it is also important to wear less tight jeans, take less hot baths or saunas, etc., to avoid affecting sperm quality and leading to male infertility.
It used to be said that gentlemen are far from kitchens, but as men of the new era, there are still many people entering and leaving the kitchen, especially those so-called chefs. So this is also a factor in male infertility, and it accounts for a large part of the reason. I hope those men who have been fighting in the kitchen for a long time can have a healthy body, which is beneficial for dealing with more customers and work. Come on, men!