In this video, we’ll be looking at how the use of cell phones is being associated with erectile function

Hundreds of millions of men around the globe use a cell phone on a daily basis. Is it possible that their cell phones may contribute to the development of Erectile Dysfunction?

The link between cell phone usage and men’s health hazards was proven in a number of studies that focused on male reproductive health. The potential that the adverse effects of cell phone technology may have on male fertility were subjects of extensive investigations with many researchers reporting significant adverse effects of men’s semen parameters, including motility and morphology.

Other animal studies demonstrated that electromagnetic waves may have a broad range of damaging effects on the male reproductive functions through both thermal and non–thermal effects

According to a report in the Central European Journal of Urology, 10 men who reported experiencing erectile dysfunction and 10 men with no complaints were recruited. Basic laboratory investigations and clinical examinations were performed.

There was no significant difference between both groups regarding age, weight, height, and total testosterone.

The men who had erectile dysfunction were found to carry their ‘switched on’ cell phones for a significantly longer time than the men who had no complaint.

Thus, the study found a potential correlation with cell phone usage and a negative impact on erectile function. It also showed that the total time of exposure to the Electromagnetic waves of cell phones is much more important than the relatively short duration of intense exposure during making a call.

If you would like to examine the report for yourself, I have included a link to it below. Many more informative links are available in the report itself.

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Report Link:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3921848/