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Obesity aggravates risk of erectile dysfunction

Obesity aggravates risk of erectile dysfunction

Known risk factor for heart disease, waist size may also indicate the likelihood of a man having sexual and urologic dysfunctions. The study included 409 men with a mean age of 40 years, divided into three groups according to the age of 40 years. with waist measures: less than 91 cm, between 91 cm and 101 cm and more than 101 cm. In the group with the largest circumference, 74.5% of the men reported having erectile dysfunction. The problem was reported by 50% of the participants in the middle waist and by 32% of those who had measures below 91 cm. Those with a waist circumference of 101 cm also had major problems with premature ejaculation. According to the authors, it is still not possible to define the mechanisms that cause the patient to be able to perform the tasks of the group. size influences sexual health. However, it is hypothesized that abdominal fat will impair blood flow in the pelvis and cause hormonal changes, both of which are risk factors for erectile dysfunction and ejaculation problems. Practice the best exercises against obesity obesity and lower waist measurements requires a lot of determination. Besides changing the diet, do you have to start physical exercise? always with medical guidance to discover the intensity of training that your body is able to withstand. If you want to lose weight and gain health, follow the exercise suggestions:

Work Breathing

"Overweight patients become panting faster because the lungs end up pressed with excess fat, unable to expand right during the inspiration, "says Dr. Hildeamo Oliveira of the Center for Excellence in Exercise Medicine (CEMEx) Golden Spa Physiotherapists can recommend series of breathing aimed at regulating the functioning of the lungs.

Invest in aerobic exercises

Exercising like walking, cycling and dancing can be part of the workout of an obese person. "But to ensure that classes are at the right pace, it is critical to make a physical assessment and request medical advice," says personal trainer Marcelo Joaquim of the Center for Obesity and Metabolic Surgery.

Hydrogynas prevents injuries

Exercises in the water reduce the weight on the joints, favoring longer classes and greater calorie burning. Hydrogymnastics sessions thin and still relax the body. "Water can relieve tension caused by being overweight, making water gymnastics an invigorating activity," says Hidealmo.

Water Sports

Swimming and other water-adapted sports contribute to weight loss. Hidealmo explains that the pool allows the person with obesity to make bigger movements and to brake and accelerate the movements more easily. Volleyball and polo are games that can be played in the water.

Bodybuilding to gain strength

Personal Marcelo explains that bodybuilding will help the patient to gain muscle strength, as well as aid in fat loss. Ask your doctor and physical education teacher for a workout that is appropriate for your level of obesity and fitness.

No-Risk Frequency

To lose weight with exercise, you need to train 60-90 minutes per day, at least five times a week. "After three months, it is possible to increase loads and increase the intensity of the exercises," says Marcelo Joaquim.


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