First Of Its Kind Study Says That Wi-Fi Can Negatively Impact Male Fertility

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Medical experts and researchers have long been trying to prove there is a link between EM WiFi and health. The radiation generated from your home WiFi is one of the most understated health problems that may cause symptoms which people usually attributed to something else. Now new research has come up with another adverse but worrying effect of WiFi and that is male infertility which should be a huge cause for concern because this is one device that is present in every home. Mobile phones too are at fault here which is why scientists have come up with research to prove how the EM waves of Wi-Fi affect male fertility.

1The first of its kind study showing how Wi-Fi affects male sperm

If you haven’t been successful in conceiving children, then the answer to the problem could be right there in your home. This is what Kumiko Nakata, Head of the Research Division for Reproductive Medicine at the Yamashita Shonan Yume Research Centre in Japan researcher from Japan found out that male sperm is susceptible to considerable damage from the electromagnetic waves of Wi-Fi devices and these include home routers, all Wi-Fi devices and mobile phones too.

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230% of fertility problems come from men

The World Health Organization states that infertility is affecting 15% of couples worldwide and one-third of the problem is because of men. There are many factors affecting male infertility such as environmental issues, stress, unhealthy diet and genetics but now, even a simple thing like a cellphone is being regarded by research as a factor that impacts male fertility and how? This is certainly the last straw that can be a major obstacle to making a family.

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3The Wi-Fi exposure experiment

Nakata conducted a study consisting of three groups totaling 51 men. Samples were collected from all 51 who used Wi-Fi devices that replicated the same model as a mobile phone. One group was not exposed to the Wi-Fi; a second group was exposed to the device but along with protection shield. The third group was fully exposed. The results were as expected.

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