Feb 25, 2024, 06:15 PM IST

7 side effects of smoking on sexual health

Shivam Verma

Smoking has been linked to decreased sexual desire and arousal in both men and women.

Smoking can harm sperm quality and reduce sperm count in men, while in women it can affect fertility by disrupting hormone levels .

Smokers may experience delays in reaching orgasm due to the effects of nicotine on nerve endings and blood flow.

Smoking can disrupt hormone levels, including testosterone and estrogen, which can impact sexual function and fertility.

Smoking may contribute to premature ejaculation due to its effects on the nervous system and blood circulation.

Smoking at a young age has been linked to an increased risk of developing erectile dysfunction later in life.

Smoking can accelerate the aging process and increase the likelihood of experiencing sexual dysfunction as individuals get older.

This is not medical advice and the suggestions are based on home remedies and sciences. People should consult with a health practitioner before administering any of these tips.

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