Lifestyle and fertility: the influence of stress and quality of life on male fertility

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cortisol 1 endocrinologydiseasesdrugs
obesity 5 endocrinologydiseases
testosterone 3 endocrinologydiseasesdrugs

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cortisol 4626 stress might impair testicular function; testicular tissue from stressed rats shows higher levels of cortisol displayed apoptosis of both germ cells and Leydig cells [[14], [15]]. By contrast, the net effects of
testosterone 4394 parameters may be potentially linked to stress, whose presence may reduce luteinizing hormone (LH) and testosterone pulsing, thus reducing in turn spermatogenesis and sperm quality [[12], [13]].Pre-clinical data have
testosterone 7701 activation, leading to more vasoconstriction in the testes [[31]]. This vasoconstriction results in a lower testosterone level and decreased spermatogenesis. While men are not often thought to report their anxiety or sexual
testosterone 14133 increased secretion of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) [[61]]. Leydig cells are responsible for testosterone production. The number of Leydig cells tends to reduce with increasing paternal age [[58]]. The average
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obesity 3195 positively or negatively by multiple factors, i.e. age of paternity, nutrients, physical exercise, obesity , caffeine, scrotal temperature, clothing, hot water, mobile telephones [[5]] that can thus impact the
obesity 19772 dietary composition and increased energy intake have contributed to a growing worldwide epidemic in obesity [[87], [88]] and diabetes [[89]], with serious impacts on several aspects of health, including reproductive
obesity 21309 metabolism can be disturbed by high-energy diet intake, such as trans fatty acids and saturated fats and obesity [[96]]; other authors suggested that chronic inflammation can provoke an impairment of sperm concentration
obesity 26088 activity may improve fertility especially in patients with concomitant comorbidities i.e. diabetes/ obesity .TemperatureThe exposure of testes to an increase of temperature can impair fertility through the alteration
obesity 31987 by a specialist is recommended in any infertile subject with concomitant comorbidities i.e. diabetes/ obesity , in order to attain an improvement of fertility, while exercising heavily should be avoided. Today,

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