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Sleeping Naked in Summer may Cause Reproductive Infections

Date:2022-08-16 click:0
Modern people have a fast pace of life, and daily sleep has become vital to restoring physical fitness and ensuring health. After a busy day, taking off clothes to sleep is beneficial to the circulation of Qi and blood and makes the Yang Qi in the body stretch smoothly. 

However, suppose you sleep in clothes, especially wearing fashionable tight underwear. In that case, it may affect the circulation of Qi and blood and suppress the Yang Qi, which is not beneficial to sexual function. So many people choose to sleep naked. 
What are the precautions for sleeping naked in summer?
1. Don't sleep naked in group life
Due to the particularity of the adult population, it is not guaranteed that someone in the collective life has an infectious disease, etc. So, do not sleep naked because of good feelings or restrictions. The consequences may be that you have no chance to take regret medicine.
2. Don't sleep naked when children share the same bed
No matter how much attention is paid to children's early childhood education, it is no better than the induction of undesirable phenomena; Parents should be cautious in their words and deeds.
3. Wash the vulva and anus before going to bed and take a bath frequently
No matter men or women, the hygiene of private parts is basic. If you don't pay attention to it, you will leave today's germs on the bed, and there will be invaders when you sleep naked tomorrow; If you don't pay attention to cleaning tomorrow, tomorrow's germs will accumulate on the bed. Day after day, your reproductive system's defense ability will eventually fail.
4. Those who have sex frequently should change their bedding frequently
No matter the reason, the bedding after sex is unclean. Of course, it does not need to be changed once. Couples who sweat a lot during sex in summer should change the bedding diligently if they love to sleep naked.
Are men susceptible to reproductive infections in summer?
In hot summer, genitourinary infections make many men suffer from "inflammation." According to statistics, more than half of the men over 30 have been troubled by repeated attacks of urogenital infections. The structure of the male reproductive system is complex, and the causes of urogenital infections are extensive.
Male urogenital infections mainly include prostatitis, urethritis, cystitis, seminal vesiculitis, orchitis, epididymitis, scrotal eczema, scrotal dampness, and other urinary system diseases. Urogenital infections are often manifested as frequent urination, urgency, pain, incomplete urination, white urine, frequent urination at night, and urethral redness and swelling, which seriously disturb the daily life of men.
Urogenital infections are characterized by a high incidence rate, long recovery cycle, a wide age range of patients, and significant harm to the male reproductive system. It has become one of the primary diseases that endanger men's health. 
For prostatitis, orchitis, and epididymitis, patients can choose Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill to treat these diseases. It is made of pure herbs and has the effects of clearing away heat, detoxifying, sterilizing, and antiphlogistic. 
These diseases should be treated in time. If not treated in time, it is easy to have repeated attacks. Its harm mainly includes improper treatment of inflammation, resulting in cross infection between husband and wife.
At the same time, it will lead to azoospermia, oligospermia, low sperm motility, and high deformity rate in men and induce infertility. Also, it causes male physiological dysfunction and presents symptoms such as perineal and lumbosacral pain and physiological function depression. 
In addition, the urogenital infection can also reduce the body's immunity, increase the mental pressure of patients, induce other diseases, harm men's physical and psychological health, and even affect the harmony of husband and wife and family stability.
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