Smoking-Related Diseases Part 2

Smoking-Related Diseases Part 2-If heart disease, stroke or cancer is not enough reason for you to quit smoking, then there is a good idea to consider this one: The habit of smoking will increase your risk of experiencing impotence or erectile dysfunction .The fact of the relationship of smoking habits and the risk of impotence is not something new. Previously, it's been some research that supports this theory. This time too, the experts back to reveal the scientific evidence that men who have smoking habit 40 percent greater risk of developing erectile dysfunction than men who do not smoke.

" Smoking will bring nicotine and other vasoconstrictors that can shut off the flow of blood vessels , " explained Dr . Jack Mydlo , chief of urology at Temple University School of Medicine and Hospital , Philadelphia , USA .
Erectile dysfunction or impotence , according to data from the U.S. National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disorders has now become a serious problem experienced by two of the 100 men in the United States . When he began to get older , the risk of experiencing sexual dysfunction was increased.

In the present study , involving experts in Australia 8,000 men aged 16 to 59 years . From the research revealed that men who smoked less than a pack a day had an increased risk of experiencing erectile problems by 24 percent .
The results of research published in the Journal Tobacco Control also revealed the increasing number of cigarettes smoked per day increase their risk of erectile dysfunction . Men who smoked on average 20 cigarettes a day was recorded as having increased risk by 39 percent .

In other research , published in the American Journal of Epidemiology , the man who still smoke in their 40s tend to experience erectile problems than older men who do not smoke . Dysfunction was also noted to increase the risk doubled in men who smoked in their 40s than those who did not smoke at age 50 .
" Smoking , resulting in narrowing of blood vessels , is the biggest cause of erectile disorder process , " said Dr. . Larry Lipshultz , chief of male reproductive at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston , Texas USA .