Proper sleeping position is good for men’s health
Does predictive function of sleeping posture cause “bad results”?
The answer is yes.
For men, the best sleeping position is to lie on your back with your legs apart, while lying down and lying on your side may have an adverse effect on the male reproductive system.
Nowadays, many people like to sleep on their stomachs, and feel that they sleep well.
In fact, this posture will not only compress the internal organs, cause poor breathing, it will compress the scrotum, penis and other reproductive systems, affecting blood circulation.
In addition, this posture is not conducive to scrotal heat dissipation, and also has an adverse effect on sperm production.
Some people say that lying on the right side will not compress the heart and the scrotum. It should be a good sleeping position.
But they ignored an unexpected condition-insulin pills twisted.
This disease is common in adolescents who are thinner from 12 to 18 years of age.
Theoretically, it is not the gyroscope itself, or the fine cord like a slender rope, that is twisted and “knotted”.
Because the blood vessels supplying nutrients and transporting metabolites to the retina pill pass through it, once the spermatic cord “knots”, the retina pill will “starve”, and if it is more than 12 hours, it will be damaged and necrotic.
Most patients with twisted retinal pills develop after strenuous exercise, but some also occur during lateral sleep.
This is because during sleep, the retinal pill and penis are squeezed between the legs. At this time, the pressure on the reproductive organs is more obvious than when it is obvious. In addition, some people don’t sleep well, and their legs will twist and twist.It is “kneaded” into a ball, so it is more prone to accidents.
In summary, supine is indeed the best sleeping position.
At the same time, it is best for men to separate their legs naturally to give sufficient space for the scrotum and penis to move.
If the male is too obese, he will snoring on his back, and may wish to tilt his head slightly in the opposite direction when lying on his back.