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【六大因素或断男人“香火”】
  • 性不育症早已造成各界人士的关心和高度重视,变成了困惑家庭和谐的问题。下面详细介绍的六种非生理性要素或会断男生“香烛”,可要小心了!

    不孕不育症是目前社会发展上十分广泛的,这给许多 家中导致了比较严重的影响,更可能会影响夫妻性生活。男性不孕不育也是一种常见的疾病,一般指夫妻结婚后同居生活一年以上,未采取任何避孕措施指施,因为男士层面的原因导致女性不孕症。那麼,男性不孕不育的普遍原因有什么呢?

    当心!六大要素或断男生“香烛”

    1.经常熬夜

    人的生物钟操纵着人的内分泌,并且有研究表明晚间内分泌充沛。造精也是这般,造精关键在晚间开展,假如你无法得到歇息,就使生物钟紊乱。长期性这般,内分泌混乱非常容易导致精夜的造成有艰难。

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    【蓝瘦香菇!爽翻过后竟会头痛】
  • 有极少数人到极致啪啪以后,忽然觉得到头痛的状况?那麼怎么会出現这一状况呢?啪啪后出現头痛究竟是什么原因呢?

    什么是性头痛?

    夫妻性生活头痛别称夫妻性生活头痛或高潮迭起头痛。男生身患这类头痛的比例大概是女士的3-4倍,而且身患偏头痛的人更可能亲身经历这类头痛。有些人会亲身经历一种慢慢产生的“高潮迭起前头痛”,而有些人则会在高潮迭起一瞬间突然亲身经历一种头痛恶心。

    夫妻性生活头痛并不象一般的头痛,它是一种大幅度的具备穿透性的痛。它起起源于颅骨底端,随后向头正前方渐渐地向移位。这类疼痛的围攻通常持续几个月乃至多年,随后就自主消退。性生活头痛关键分成二种种类:

    1、类似工作压力所造成的头痛,疼痛位置一般 坐落于头部后才,伴随着性兴奋的加重,疼痛感也会提高。

    2、一种只在高潮迭起到来以前或来临之际出現,有崩裂感和抽疼痛感。

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    Just like Dale Earnhardt Jr., Su'a Cravens needs glasses because of concussion, expert says
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    Su’a Cravens’s concussion two games ago probably did not permanently alter his vision and force him into a lifetime of wearing glasses. The Washington Redskins rookie linebacker may have jumped to conclusions by claiming that last week.

    But Cravens wasn’t far off, says one expert. And he appears to have gone against the norm of most athletes who don’t, or can’t, acknowledge that the brain trauma they've suffered has affected their eyesight.

    MORE: Poor play, referee-controlled games turning NFL fans away

    “A lot of people don’t have the vocabulary to clearly express how they’re feeling. They just say, ‘I’m not feeling right,’” said Dr. Eric Singman, chief of general eye service at Johns Hopkins Hospital’s Wilmer Eye Institute. Singman, a specialist in neuro-opthalmology, has published several studies on the effects of concussions on vision and their treatment — including athletes of all ages. 

    Athletes in general, especially in football, are notorious for hiding concussion symptoms, Singman said. But an inability to describe exactly what’s wrong with their sight compounds that, and a neurologist is more likely to diagnose it than an eye doctor.

    “A lot of them basically get around the visual pr夜网论坛oblem, by either bypassing it or working around it,’’ he added, pointing out that athletes are not alone in doing so. They find that they lose their place while reading, get headaches, are unable to scroll on their computers[......]

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    Tyrod Taylor 'elects' for surgery
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    Tyrod Taylor took a Snapchat on Thursday morning of himself apparently preparing for surgery.

    Shortly after people noticed, the Bills' public relations department released a passive-aggressive statement confirming the procedure.

    "[Taylor] had a consultation visit yesterday with Dr. William Meyers and elected to have surgery this morning. The Bills were informed late yesterday of this morning's procedure."

    People have taken notice to the Bills' use of the word "elected" and the fact that they felt the need to specify the time at which they found out. The "elected" part makes it sound like Taylor didn't really need surgery but perhaps had it for other reasons ... 30 million other reasons, to be exact.

    MORE: How attractive is Bills job?

    Taylor has an insurance policy written into his contract that would pay him $30.75 million in guaranteed money if he's unable to pass a physical by March 11. This surgery, reportedly for a core muscle issue, could make it hard for him to pass the physical in time, as he has a reported[......]

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    NFL on Thanksgiving: The most regrettable moments
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    Thanksgiving games in the NFL have seen some memorable moments, but for some reason, the more embarrassing ones seem to stick in our minds, starting with one asinine anti-miracle in the Meadowlands.

    Here is the list of the biggest Thanksgiving Day blunders in NFL history.

    PHOTOS: Thanksgiving memories

    Mark Sanchez

    It has been five years since the infamous “butt fumble” against the Patriots, but it's a play that will linger in eternity.

    What started with a botched handoff on Thanksgiving 2012 turned into a Sanchez scramble, until the posterior of guard Brandon Moore knocked the ball out of Sanchez’s right arm. The Patriots’ Steve Gregory returned the fumble 31 yards for an easy TD in an even easier 49-19 road rout.

    MORE: Butt Fumble is Jets' most iconic play

    MIke Tomlin vs. Jacoby Jones

    In the Steelers' 22-20 Thanksgiving night loss to the hated AFC North rival Ravens in 2013, Tomlin stepped figuratively out of bounds by literally sneaking off the sidelines. While Jones was in the middle of returning a punt 73 yards that could have gone the distance for Baltimore, Tomlin seemed to intentionally get in the way as Jones got tripped up.

    The NFL thought so, too, slapping the Steelers' head coach with a $100,000 fine the following week.

    Phil Luckett

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    Dez Bryant rumors: Eric Weddle 'reached out' to sell WR on Ravens
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    OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Ravens were the first NFL team reported to have interest in Dez Bryant after the Cowboys cut him Friday. Eric Weddle was not the first fellow NFL player to try to recruit him — or even the first safety, for that matter, thanks to the Texans’ Tyrann Mathieu. But on Tuesday, the Ravens' veteran safety revealed he was ready to pitch Bryant on his receiver-hungry team.

    "I reached out to him," Weddle said on the second day of the Ravens’ offseason conditioning program at their facility. "And Dez is an amazing player — passionate, competitive, everything you'd want in a teammate. And for a guy like that who just came off a tough situation, you just want what’s best for him and where he feels comfortable."

    Weddle, 33, is entering his third season with the Ravens after his ugly separation from the Chargers after eight seasons, and he was a Pro Bowler in each of his first two seasons in Baltimore. So he had a long list of positives to tell Bryant if the free agent receiver is interested. The only "con," Weddle deadpanned, was that, "The winter sucks, especially when you’re there all offseason."

    The "pros," though, were plenty, Weddle said. He praised the city and its fans, the organization, owner Steve Bisciotti, head coach John Harbaugh and the coaching staff, and — likely aware of Bryant’s post-rel[......]

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    Myles Garrett's sickening helmet swing at Steelers' Mason Rudolph adds to chaos around Browns
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    The Browns beat the Steelers for the first time in five years, but they somehow still managed to lose in the game — with one of their best players losing his cool.

    What joy Cleveland got from ending an eight-game winless streak in a dominant 21-7 victory was completely ruined by third-year defensive end Myles Garrett's vicious helmet swing to the head of Pittsburgh second-year quarterback Mason Rudolph.

    Whatever Rudolph may have said or done to agitate Garrett in the waning seconds while being dragged to the ground at he Dawg Pound is irrelevant. Garrett turning Rudolph's helmet into a dangerous weapon against him, was "inexcusable," as Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield told Fox's Erin Andrews after the game.

    VIDEO: Steelers-Browns game highlights 

    Garrett and Browns defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi, who pushed Rudolph after the swing, were ejected. S[......]

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    Chargers coach Anthony Lynn reveals he had COVID-19 on HBO's 'Hard Knocks'
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    Los Angeles Chargers coach Anthony Lynn had coronavirus, it was revealed in HBO's Hard Knocks: Los Angeles.

    The latest episode of the behind-the-scenes documentary series aired on Tuesday night, focusing on the Chargers and the Los Angeles Rams.

    It included footage of a video call between Lynn and his team in which he announced he had previously contracted COVID-19.

    "This year is not like any year we've ever had in the National Football League," Lynn said.

    "I can't promise you you're not going to get infected. I got infected."

    The NFL is preparing to return amid the pandemic, although a number of players from around the league have opted out of 2020 due to the crisis.

    The Night net returned in a 'bubble' in Orlando, but MLB has played home-and-away games and seen its schedule hit by a number of confirmed cases once the season was under way that prompted postponements.

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    The Cowboys are America's Most Exciting Team after rollercoaster first two games
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    The Cowboys were spiraling toward the franchise's first 0-2 start since 2010 after another series of questionable calls from first-year coach Mike McCarthy.  

    How could the Falcons jump out to a 20-point lead? What was with that first fake punt? The SECOND fake punt? Why go for two down nine? McCarthy would have felt all of that in a spicy press conference that would have topped anything Jason Garrett ever felt, knowing Dallas' former head coach never started 0-2.  

    Then America's Team – America's most riveting team through the first two weeks of the season – scored 16 points in the final 5:02 to steal a 40-39 thriller away from Atlanta on Sunday.  

    MORE: Cowboys gifted a win after Falcons mess up onside kick

    Dak Prescott passed for 450 yards and a touchdown and added three rushing scores. He guided two fourth-quarter touchdown drives and an onside kick set up Greg Zuerlein's game-winning field goal as time expired.  

    Insert Jerry Jones reaction GIF here and Skip Bayless tweet here, right?

    This was the second exciting finish in as many weeks for the Cowboys after the "Sunday Night Football" nail-bitter against[......]

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    Steelers make wrong choice in going by the book with handling of COVID pandemic
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    It has been suggested that there is no playbook for coaching through a pandemic, and, in a figurative sense, this is true. The NFL is a pretty literal league, though, and so of course there is such a document in professional football. And this is what coach Mike Tomlin and the Steelers organization followed when they put tight end Vance McDonald on the team plane for a weekend visit to Dallas.

    “Those aren’t decisions that are made by us. It’s really cut and dry,” Tomlin said during his weekly Tuesday news conference. “It’s all in the procedural policy of COVID established in New York by the NFL. As long as he is negative and not showing signs of COVID, he is able to travel. And he was, and we did, and we don’t overanalyze it in that way.”

    This is a defensible defense for the decision to include McDonald against the Cowboys.

    That does not mean it was the right choice.

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    Multiple news sources have reported McDonald learned Monday of a positive coronavirus test. He was placed on the league’s COVID reserve list. The Steelers announced Tuesday they had added four players, including star quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, to that list, although Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-G[......]

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