How Stress effects your Sexual Life and Reproductive System?


Stress is exhausting for both the body and mind. It’s not unusual to lose your desire when you’re under constant stress.
While short-term stress may cause men to produce more of the male hormone testosterone, this effect doesn’t last.

If stress continues for a long time, a man’s testosterone levels can begin to drop. This can interfere with sperm production and cause erectile dysfunction or impotence.

Chronic stress may also increase risk of infection for male reproductive organs like the prostate and testes.

For women:
Stress can affect the menstrual cycle. It can lead to irregular, heavier, or more painful periods. Chronic stress can also magnify the physical symptoms of menopause.

There is lot more than this to results of stress.
If you think stress is ruling and running your life, speak to your counsellor.
For more stress outcomes,
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