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Author Topic: Cycling Good for Heart but Bad for Sexual Health  (Read 12685 times)

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Offline VictorBush

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Cycling Good for Heart but Bad for Sexual Health
« on: October 01, 2009, 03:31:13 am »
Cycling is a very good sport for the health, this is what we have heard from our childhood, but according to the latest study Cycling can damage your sexuality permanently. Cycling can maintain your health and make you healthier, but by damaging your sexuality. Cycling is found to reduce the risk of cardiovascular ailments, but it may induce the risk factor of suffering with erectile dysfunction or perineal-genital paresthesia. Cycling is the age-old sport practiced throughout the world. Cycling truly one of its kind of sport that improves the health of the individual considerably, but according to the latest research it damages the sexual health of an individual considerably. According to the latest study, man who cycles continuously for more than 3 hours on habitual basis is found to adhere to the problems like erectile dysfunction in his life.

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Offline nickthomos

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Re: Cycling Good for Heart but Bad for Sexual Health
« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2010, 02:01:16 pm »
What's the real difference between the prescription meds like Cialis and the natural ones like Virection or Lexaryn? Do those natural herbal supplements work? I'd love to get some real feedback on that since you can't believe anything you see on these guys' websites.

Offline rynoryno

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Re: Cycling Good for Heart but Bad for Sexual Health
« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2010, 03:31:00 pm »
well when you think about this, it kinda makes since. Constant pressure and impact to that area doesn't really seem natural or positive for that matter! Too bad.

Offline footalign336

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Re: Cycling Good for Heart but Bad for Sexual Health
« Reply #3 on: July 26, 2011, 06:39:48 am »
So this is why my colleagues bought bikes and travel on mountains. They said to me that they want to gain stamina and cut of the time. But they didn't tell me that it is also good for the heart condition. I need to try this remedy. But I need to get a bike first.  ;)

Offline rynoryno

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Re: Cycling Good for Heart but Bad for Sexual Health
« Reply #4 on: July 28, 2011, 01:37:58 pm »
Yes, getting a bike is definitely a start @footalign336! Lol :)


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