Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Do laptops affect male fertility?

Laptops rank high among the most used technological gadgets in the world. Across, the world, from Africa to Asia, a laptop has become an integral part of our lifestyle. In this article, we explore the connection between laptops and male fertility. Do laptops really hamper reproduction? We will find out soon...

Laptops are a convenient tool and can be carried along with you to any place of your choice. Most men work on their laptop by placing it on their laps. The scrotum is a pouch that is located underneath the penis. It is the location where the testicles are stored in environment friendly conditions. Keeping the testicles at body temperature will result in male infertility. It is the scrotum that counters this and ensures that the tesicles are maintained at ideal temperatures for reproduction.

Increased scrotal temperature is widely attributed to male infertility. Laptops play a major role in escalating scrotal temperature, as does sauna baths. A man working with a laptop can experience close to degrees celcius increase in scrotal temperature. This results in a drop of close to 40% in sperm producton, thus severely hampering fertility.

There are close to a billion laptops in use worldwide. If you are a regular user, then you should look forward to means of protecting your external genetalia from the heat produced. The first step forward is to place the laptop on a table while you are working. This prevent direct contact with the region.

Sunday, March 8, 2009

What causes low sperm quality?

Male infertility is on the rise and there are a lot of factors that work to deteriorate sperm and semen count. Some of them are given below:

1. Age: As a man grows older with age, his chances of fertilization is nearly half as those who are below 40. This is the case with most men, but not necessarily all.

2. Emotional distress: Tension at home or work will interfere with the working of hormones and hamper sperm production.

3. Sexual deficiencies like premature ejacualation/impotence: These sexual deficiencies hamper the fertilization process.

4. Overheating: Excessive heating of the testicular area will seriously prohibit proper sperm growth.

5. Smoking and obesity: Smoking and obesity are conditions that have only the person to blame. These are easily avoidable. If you smoke, then you should decide to keep it under control. If excessive eating is the cause of your obesity, then you should control your diet.

Are you experiencing or going through any of the 5 causes mentioned above? You should take action to ensure that things don't go out of control.

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