New studies are showing that ibuprofen is the WORST pain reliever men can take – and here’s why…
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Here’s why men should NEVER take ibuprofen
A few days ago, I was walking down the aisles of the local Walgreens and took a quick look at all the pain pills.
There are a lot… and I mean a WHOLE LOT…
Different formulations, different delivery systems… name brands and store brands.
The painkillers took up almost the entire side of one aisle.
Ibuprofen, Naproxen Sodium, Aspirin, and Tylenol are probably the most popular.
And I’m not sure what it’s like in the rest of the world, but Americans take A LOT of these pills to treat headaches and make all other kinds of pain go away.
Now, aspirin is good for you if you know what you are doing with it.
That’s a whole different subject, but aspirin does have some SERIOUS good-for-you health properties.
But these other pills? Ugh.
I personally try not to take them at all if possible.
They can give you pretty bad health outcomes in the long term…
But they can also screw with your endocrine system right now…the way your body produces hormones.
This weird interaction between pain pills and hormones has led to dropping sperm counts and other problems with male reproductive health.
Let’s take a look at the details.
Sperm counts and sperm motility are dropping like crazy.
It’s an undisputed fact that sperm counts and sperm motility have been dropping for the past several DECADES in Europe and in North America.
And it only seems to be getting worse…
“One study presented at the ASRM summit, conducted jointly by a fertility center in New Jersey and a fertility center in Spain, found that the percentage of nearly 120,000 male infertility patients whose total motile sperm count (TMSC) numbered more than 15 million – sperm counts below that are considered low – decreased from 85% in the 2002–05 period to 79% in the period of 2014–17.”
“The percentage of patients whose TMSC clocked in between zero and 5 million, meanwhile, increased from 9% to more than 11.5%.”
There are a bunch of reasons for this, including loads of estrogen-like substances in our environment.
But… One of the many causes seems to be directly linked to painkillers.
It appears that over-the-counter painkillers – particularly ibuprofen – may be at least partly to blame.
In a clinical trial conducted with young men, ibuprofen gave them the hormone system of an OLD MAN.
I don’t know about you, but I don’t particularly want anything messing with the hormones that keep me feeling young – and that includes painkillers.
“Through a clinical trial with young men exposed to ibuprofen, we show that the analgesic resulted in the clinical condition named ‘compensated hypogonadism,’ a condition prevalent among elderly men and associated with reproductive and physical disorders.”
It sounds nuts, but the ibuprofen SUPPRESSED testosterone production in healthy young men.
“Using adult testis explants exposed or not exposed to ibuprofen, we demonstrate that the endocrine capabilities from testicular Leydig and Sertoli cells, including testosterone production, were suppressed through transcriptional repression.”
I can 99% guarantee that you will NEVER hear about this from your doctor…
Even if you go in with low testosterone or looking for a prescription for testosterone supplements.
By the way, testosterone supplements are nearly always BAD, BAD news…
There are a few exceptions, but usually only when your body isn’t producing testosterone at all.
If you find yourself feeling sluggish, or you know you have low testosterone, or you’re having trouble having a baby…
You may want to consider laying off the painkillers before you try anything else.
Just doing that might be enough to start rebalancing your hormone system.
I’m constantly amazed at the amount of stuff in our everyday environment that’s super-damaging to our health.
And it’s crazy that ibuprofen is one of those things.
To your health!
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- Ibuprofen alters human testicular physiology to produce a state of compensated hypogonadism https://www.pnas.org/content/115/4/E715
- Sperm Counts Continue to Fall – Scientists are coming to a consensus that men in America and Europe are experiencing a worsening decrease in fertility. They disagree, however, about why. https://www.theatlantic.com/family/archive/2018/10/sperm-counts-continue-to-fall/572794/
- Ibuprofen: MedlinePlus Drug Information https://medlineplus.gov/druginfo/meds/a682159.html
- Is it safe to take ibuprofen for the aches and pains of exercise? https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/is-it-safe-to-take-ibuprofen-for-the-aches-and-pains-of-exercise-2017080912185