The body has a way to adapt when we run, and for men, adjustments include what happens with something under the belt.
“Your body adapts to prevent bad things from happening to your penis and testicles,” said Jeffrey Thill, M.D.
According to Tobias Köhler, a urologist from Southern Illinois University, the adaptation ability is included when running in fairly severe conditions, such as long runs in the afternoon in inadequate support.
However, your penis and testicles are not necessarily completely free from injury while exercising. You must know some of the things that happen to this “vital organ” when exercising, both positively and negatively.
- Testis feels pain
At least one in seven men has experienced some pain in the testes caused by varicocele, the condition of the vein in the testes widens. This disorder usually occurs due to genetic factors.
Varicose can make a man feel tormented when running. That happens because the muscles that we use to run trigger blood flow backward and widen the varicose. To reduce pain, you can wear tight underpants or special pants to run.
- The danger of pressure
Although wearing tight underpants and special sports pants when running slightly makes it more comfortable, too …