Unhealthy lifestyle causes sexual dysfunction in men: Survey

3 Nearly 20% of young adults and middle-aged men in the national capital have consulted a doctor with concerns of sexual dysfunction including reduced drive, frequency or satisfaction issues, a survey has shown. The survey found that it was because of poor lifestyle habits caused by unhealthy food, obesity, stress, and smoking, that does not only lead to an increase in metabolic diseases but also a high incidence of short and long-term sexual dysfunction. “Unhealthy lifestyle habits have been a primary cause of the growing burden of metabolic and lifestyle…

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Men! Gear up for a fashion and lifestyle exhibit

New Delhi [India], Aug 29 : The third edition of Gentlemen’s Club is where Delhi’s fashion conscious men from all ages will be witnessing the finest exhibition of men’s couture and lifestyle from all genres such as style, automobiles, wellness, travel, golfing, and grooming, at a one stop destination. Organized by Poonam Gurbuxani Puri and Smriti Puri, the event is aimed to create a unique destination for men to come and experience lifestyle and grooming interactions. It is scheduled for September 3 and will be held at the Lodhi Hotel….

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Harmful Chemicals and Plastic Matter in Food Linked to Risk of Chronic Diseases in Men

Do you usually consume foods packed in plastic? Experts now suggest that potentially harmful chemicals found in plastic products, such as phthalates, may pose severe threat to human health. Researchers at the University of Adelaide and the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute joined hands to investigate the presence of harmful chemicals in around 1500 male participants. The urine samples of close to 99.6% of the participants contained phthalates. Traces of phthalates in human body have often been linked to triggering a range of ailments. “We found that the prevalence of cardiovascular disease,…

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Father’s Day: Men with no sperm can become fathers too

The technical advancements and recent research developments in the medical field have made procreation possible for men with less or no sperm count. In medical terms, this condition is commonly known as Azoospermia since it is associated with very negligible or no sperm in the semen. Said to affect about 1% of the total male population, this condition is one of the major reasons for male infertility.There could be two probable causes for this condition: non-production of sperms or presence of any blockages preventing the sperm from reaching the ejaculation…

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