Cell Phones increase risk of erectile dysfunction
30 million men in America are known to have trouble getting or maintaining an erection. The number could be much higher.
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is also rapidly increasing in younger and younger men. Cell phones haven’t been around long enough to fully understand their impact on ED, but researchers are already linking cell phones to ED risk.
A study published in the Central European Journal of Urology found men with ED carried their cell phones in their pockets for almost three more hours per day than men without ED. In another study, scientists found that men with ED were 2.6 times more likely to keep their cell phones in their front pockets.
Considering evidence of testicular damage from EMF, and the role of healthy testicular function in sexual health, Faraday’s can be a solid protection from developing ED in the future.
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