Yeng Yang Bicycle Seats

inspectorcritic

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There is a guy a sin-say who teaches karate pressure points with just 1 finger he makes all these guys pass out hitting the nerve.
Well, why is there a damn horn on a seat?
I guess maybe if you half to pedal for some reason may be needed but most all of uz have eliminated pedaling, so I updated my seat to a Schwine square and it feels like a seat again two other Bell seats with a nose felt like a torture rack. Would wakeup 3:00 in the morning with agonizing pain all over and think sh*t I half to eliminate the bike seat haven't been on it in 10 hours.
But it was the pain source Yeng Yang nerve half to think it was deliberate by Bell it's Asian seat their gonna know how to apply pressure to a nerve to get some religious quote laugh.
Bought new seat in 3 days lost the agonizing pain pressure points nerve.
However, made another mistake bought the seat from same company different design and different other symptoms began to manifest .
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inspectorcritic

Active Member
Joined
Dec 13, 2015
Messages
740
There is a guy a sin-say who teaches karate pressure points with just 1 finger he makes all these guys pass out hitting the nerve.
Well, why is there a damn horn on a seat?
I guess maybe if you half to pedal for some reason may be needed but most all of uz have eliminated pedaling, so I updated my seat to a Schwine square and it feels like a seat again two other Bell seats with a nose felt like a torture rack. Would wakeup 3:00 in the morning with agonizing pain all over and think sh*t I half to eliminate the bike seat haven't been on it in 10 hours.
But it was the pain source Yeng Yang nerve half to think it was deliberate by Bell it's Asian seat their gonna know how to apply pressure to a nerve to get some religious quote laugh.
Bought new seat in 3 days lost the agonizing pain pressure points nerve.
However, made another mistake bought the seat from same company different design and different other symptoms began to manifest .
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dysfunction?
It is possible that riding a bike may cause temporary ED, but there are ways to protect yourself.
Published: February, 2018
cycling abd ED
Cycling is a great low-impact exercise, which is ideal for many older men. But can putting in miles in the saddle cause temporary erectile difficulties? It depends.
According to a Harvard Special Health Report, Erectile Dysfunction: How medication, lifestyle changes, and other therapies can help you conquer this vexing problem, the Massachusetts Male Aging Study found that in certain circumstances, bike riding can damage nerves and compress arteries in the p*nis, which may lead to erectile problems. The risk was highest among men who cycled more than three hours a week.
The reason cycling may cause ED is that the seat puts constant pressure on the perineum—the area between the genitals and anus. This pressure can harm nerves and temporarily slow blood flow, which causes tingling or numbness in the p*nis and, eventually, ED.
But is cycling and ED a serious problem?
A 2014 observational study in the Journal of Men's Health found that cycling did not pose a serious threat of ED or infertility. The researchers had about 5,300 male cyclists complete questionnaires that asked how many hours per week they rode and whether, within the past five years, they had experienced symptoms of ED, or been diagnosed with infertility. The results found no clear connection between high amounts of cycling and ED or infertility.
However, if you are still concerned about the risks of cycling and ED, research suggests focusing on three areas: saddle shape, handlebar height, and type of bike.
Saddle shape. One study in European Urologyfound that narrow seats and narrow seats with a V-shape in the saddle nose decreased oxygen to p*nis by 82.4% and 72.4%, respectively. Get a wide, well-padded saddle to absorb the impact of the ride. A gel-filled seat is a good choice. Also choose a seat with a nose length no longer than 6 centimeters, suggests a 2014 study in Applied Ergonomics.
Handlebar height. A study in The Journal of Urology found handlebar height parallel with or higher than the saddle increased the risk of ED compared with handlebars height lower than saddle height. Visit a local bike shop to get properly fitted. This will ensure you have the ideal seat and handlebar height that places minimal pressure on the perineum.
Bike type. Another study found that riding a recumbent bike—which places the rider in a laid-back reclining position—did not cause the same dramatic (though temporary) drop in oxygen supply to the p*nis that riding a conventional bicycle did. This does not mean you have to give up riding a traditional upright bike just to protect against possible ED, but this might be an option if you also battle regular back or neck pain, or other issues that interfere with regular bike riding.
Be mindful that if you feel tingling or numbness in your p*nis after rides, stop riding for a week or two. These are warning signs that your cycling could lead to erectile problems. Also, always take regular breaks during long rides and wear padded bike shorts for extra protection.
By Matthew Solan
Executive Editor, Harvard Men's Health Watch
To learn more about the causes of erectile dysfunction and get a comprehensive review of ED treatments, buy the Harvard Special Health Report Erectile Dysfunction: How medication, lifestyle changes, and other therapies can help you conquer this vexing problem.
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