No one wants to get injured and spend endless, wasted days and weeks off the bike suffering from back pain, stiff neck, torn muscles, pulled ligaments — the endless list of aches and pains that do nothing but make life a misery. Cyclists are willing to put up with a lot of discomfort, but there is one injury that strikes fear into the heart of every male cyclist. The whole debate came to a head back in when an article was printed in an issue of Bicycling magazine. The article referenced an unpublished study by well-known urologist Irwin Goldstein, suggesting that bike seats crush the main artery to the penis, causing permanent impotence.
Facebook has banned the sharing or viewing of our news articles on its platform. Exercise is meant to make us hot-blooded, but too much of it can sap our sex drive, a new study has found. Research has tended to focus on how our sex drive benefits from regular exercise. Aside from the confidence-boost exercise gives us and confidence leads to greater sexual satisfaction , there are the physiological effects. Too much exercise can leave no energy or desire for sex. Credit: iStock. Physical fitness stimulates our good hormones, increases blood flow increased blood flow to the genitals increases arousal for men and women alike during sex and mentally gets us in the mood.
Poor health can put a crimp in your love life. But the reverse is true, too: Good sex may help keep you healthy. Moreover, sex itself may have direct health benefits. For example, orgasm or any loving touch may cause the body to release substances that ease pain, bolster immunity, or elevate mood long after the immediate pleasure passes.
A set of one-to-one PT sessions? Makes sense. Your sex life?