New research finds that air pollution could 'weaken' men in bed

New research finds that air pollution could 'weaken' men in bed

According to findings reported by the Journal of Sexual Medicine, air pollution may be a contributing factor to a lack of enthusiasm or ability to perform well in their bedrooms on the part of men.

Air pollution may be damaging men’s ability to perform in the bedroom, scientists have warned in the new study. The research suggests regular exposure to toxic car fumes is linked with dysfunctional erections.

The scientists conclude inhaling poisonous particles may be triggering inflammation in blood vessels and starving the relevant organs of oxygen.

This occurrence affects men’s ability to become sexually aroused.

Apparently, previous studies have given indications to such a situation.

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Research by scientists suggest that sometimes, a man's libido may be affected by the quality of air he breathes. Photo credit: Google Photos
Source: UGC

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In 2017, investigations conducted in the US involving more than 400 men, showed that men exposed to the highest air pollution levels were around 15% more likely to be hit with non-performance or low performance in the bedroom.

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For the latest study, scientists at Guangzhou Medical University in China wanted to see if car fumes affected sexual response.

They exposed rats to regular doses of petrol and diesel exhaust gases and monitored their levels of sexual arousal.

The results showed the longer they were exposed, the less likely they were to respond to sexual stimuli

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Meanwhile, a finding from studies in physical relations between people has concluded that women who use marijuana are more likely to enjoy climaxing in lovemaking with their partners.

The US research was conducted with 373 participants, a rather small sample, but reports that the finding is significant enough for researchers to probe further.

The report found that 47% of the participants were marijuana or weed smokers and out of these, 34% said they used it before sex.

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