By: IANS | New York |
Published: January 12, 2018 9:54 pm


When compared to swimmers and runners, high intensity cyclists’ had better erectile function scores stated the study. (Source: Thinkstock Images)

Cycling, a popular choice of transportation, exercise, and leisure, may not be harmful for the sexual health and urinary function of males, finds a study. Challenging previous theories which contended that cycling may harm men’s sexual health, the new study showed that the benefits to cycling “far outweigh the risks” and instead provides cardiovascular benefits.

When compared to swimmers and runners, high intensity cyclists’ had better erectile function scores, it said.

Researchers also said that neither bicycle nor road characteristics appeared to have a negative impact on cyclists.

Standing more than 20 per cent of the time while cycling…

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