Presumably, many people know that infertility may be caused by genetic and organic lesions in some organs, but it is more closely related to lifestyle. If we can understand or overcome these bad habits in daily life, it will reduce or even avoid the occurrence of male infertility. So, what are some common factors that can lead to male sperm loss and infertility?
Five factors kill sperm
1. Disordered sexual life: The most direct consequence of the proliferation of extramarital sexual behavior and "one night stands" is that men are prone to gonorrhea, syphilis, genital herpes, and even AIDS, which will damage the male reproductive function, seriously reduce the vitality and number of sperm and cause infertility.
2. Smoking and alcohol abuse: Studies have shown that smokers have fewer sperm counts than normal men, while incomplete sperm counts are much higher than normal men; Alcohol can cause sperm head and tail deformities and further decrease their vitality. The above factors can cause fetal malformations and are also the main factors contributing to male infertility.
3. Frequent soaking in hot water baths: Soaking in hot water baths also has an impact on sperm development, as the temperature suitable for sperm development is around 34 degrees Celsius, and high temperature has a negative impact on sperm development. Therefore, special attention should be paid to high-temperature environments such as outdoor work, hot baths, saunas, and driving without air conditioning in summer.
4. Tight underwear: Tight underwear not only oppresses the male reproductive organs, but also affects the normal development of the testicles, reducing the vitality and quantity of sperm. An airtight and non radiative environment is not conducive to the survival of sperm.
5. Cycling for a long time: Because the center of gravity tilts forward when riding a bicycle, the testicles and prostate glands of the perineum will cling to the cushion. After prolonged compression, it can lead to ischemia, edema, and inflammation, affecting the production of sperm, as well as the normal secretion of prostate fluid and semen, leading to infertility.