Study Reveals that Increased Caffeine Consumption Contributes to Erectile Dysfunction Among Men!
According to a study by the University of Texas’ Health Science center in Houston and recently published by New York Daily News, an increase in caffeine consumption has been found to a contributory factor to erectile dysfunction among men.
The study was first published in PLUS ONE and found that men who drink 85 – 170 mg of caffeine per day were 42% less likely to report erectile dysfunction while those who consumed 171 – 303 mg per day were 39% compared to 0 – 7 mg per day. The trend clearly pointed to less erection as the consumption of caffeine increases and coincidentally, drinking coffee or other caffeine content drinks such as tea or soda is known among office workers who have to endure long working hours and stress at work.
Besides coffee and tea, other source of caffeine are soda and sport drinks.
The data came from the American National Health and Nutritional Examination survey.
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