Men are naturally proud in a different ways, but not really in a bad way. They are pretty much in control with their body, but without much to do with it -no bad hair day, no make ups, no dress codes and no two hour session in the bathroom. The beauty of being a guy is that they don’t pay much attention on their physical appearance, not as much as girls do. Males are known to be very minimal when it comes to grooming -not all but most of them. However men do have a thing that they care about, I’m talking about their fertility –they are so conscious about it that if they are found to be impotent, it will be like the end of the world for them.
Men are men! Not because of their masculinity features and bulky bodies, their manhood is defined in connection with their fertility. That is why their ability to give a child to their wives is truly praised by generations in the past until today’s modern people. Speaking of modernity, the era is about growing in a fast phase kind of society where technology is on the rise. For decades now, mobile phones are up for grabs regardless of your status in life, everyone has it. However, recent study shows that the exposure of radiation produce on mobile phones to men will affect their fertility.
Previous research has suggested that Radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation (RF-EMR) emitted by the devices can have a detrimental effect on male fertility. Most of the global adult population own mobile phones, and around 14% of couples in high and middle income.
A team led by Dr Fiona Mathews, of Biosciences at the University of Exeter, conducted a systematic review of the findings from ten studies, including 1,492 samples, with the aim of clarifying the potential role of this environmental exposure.
Participants in the studies were from fertility clinics and research centres, and sperm quality was measured in three different ways: motility (the ability of sperm to move properly towards an egg), viability (the proportion of sperm that were alive) and concentration (the number of sperm per unit of semen)
In control groups, 50-85% of sperm have normal movement. The researchers found this proportion fell by an average of 8 percentage points when there was …
These studies are proven scientifically and shouldn’t be taken lightly, hundreds of people around the world particularly the male, are using mobile phones. They are not just using them but cellphones are now an essential part of life and we used them on a daily basis.
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