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Could Coffee Cause Erectile Dysfunction?
In reality there is scant evidence that coffee causes erectile dysfunction, but it does constrict the blood vessels which may have a very minor effect on men’s ability to perform sexually. In addition men with high blood pressure or heart disease who also suffer with erectile dysfunction problems may notice a difference if they try restricting their coffee intake.

It apparently only takes two cups of coffee to upset your bladder and cause male incontinence. There have been over many investigations done into female incontinence being caused by too much caffeine, so a recent analysis of research that was conducted on men to see if they could have similar problems, has been published.

 It has been proved that caffeine intake does have a marked effect on those drinking larger amounts of coffee or caffeine laced drinks.
Incontinence can also be caused by a number of other ailments such as prostate, diabetes or just being overweight. .
Almost 10% of the UK’s population has some sort of urinary incontinence according to the NHS, not all of these cases are caused by caffeine intake, but the bladder can be unbalanced by it.
Dr Alayne Markland practicing in geriatric medicine was the senior author of the paper which was written with a team from the University of Alabama. They used information gained from research using 4,000 males, which was gathered between 2005 and 2008.
The national survey asked about their intake of water as well as caffeine from beverages and foodstuffs. Amongst the men it was found that the average consumption of caffeine was 169 milligrams per day, a cup of coffee has around 125mg, so this equates to less than two cups a day.
Taking into account other factors that accounted for the incontinence and the ages of the men, it was found that 72% would have their urinary problem exacerbated when drinking 234mg of caffeine a day. The likelihood of it occurring was doubled when 392mg was consumed.
It is not the quantity of fluid that is consumed over the day, said Dr Markland but drinks containing caffeine seem to irritate the function of the bladder. So those experiencing loss of bladder control should consider cutting down on caffeine.
Caffeine is found in a whole host of beverages, namely energy boosting drinks, which have no legal constraints to list how much caffeine is contained in them. Quite a few have an extract of Guarana seed in them, which can help with weight loss and endurance and is twice as strong as coffee bean caffeine.
These energy drinks can contain anything from 80mg to 500mg, which at the high end can be the equivalent of several cups of coffee. Thought also has to be given to other detrimental effects on the human body, as too much caffeine can cause problems with the central nervous system, causing insomnia, heart palpitations, headaches and dehydration.
    

Written by Frances Cerulean

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