Effects of Smoking on Sexual Health : Smoking has a fatal effect on both sexual as well as reproductive health. Smoking not only affects reproductive capability of parents but also causes cancer and other fatal diseases in children by causing mutations in genes and chromosomes. This article explains about effects of smoking on sexual health in both male and female.
Effects of smoking on male sexual health:
- Smoking for a long time can make a man impotent permanently.
- A number of studies show that smoking is one of the major causes of erectile dysfunction.
- Toxins found in cigarettes can cause dangerous harms to testes.
- Smoking decreases sperm density, total sperm count, total number of motile sperm and citrate concentration in sperms.
- It changes sperm morphology, sperm vitality and ejaculated volume of semen.
- Smoking affects the semen and the sperm, reducing their quality.
Effects of smoking on the female sexual health:
- Smoking accelerates the loss of reproductive function in females.
- Many harmful substance founds in cigarettes may harm the ovaries completely.
- It causes early menopause.
- Women who smoke tend to suffer abnormal menstrual patterns and discharge, and more pain over several days.
- It increases the risk of spontaneous abortion and ectopic pregnancy.
- Smoking causes mutations in ovum and effects reproductive capability.
- Studies show that women who smoke or have smoked in the past may encounter difficulties getting pregnant with the chances of conceiving being decreased by up to 40% for each menstrual cycle.
- Infertility is highly attributed to smoking in smoking women.
- Increase differences in sexual behavior.
- It is hardly possible for a smoking woman to arouse passion in a man, because men genetically direct their attention to the tenderness of a woman voice, her fresh complexion and shine of her eyes. And smoking adversely affects a female’s voice, complexion, and shine of her eyes.
Smoking is worth giving up. Otherwise you risk your sexual health, over all health, your sex life and health of your future children. Is a cigarette more important for you than your coming sweet baby?