A recent study has confirmed that there is a link between men look attractive and their sperm quality: handsome masculine male faces with sperm quality than other men.
? Looks very handsome man, how he does this problem sperm quality may sound a bit absurd, but a new study has confirmed that there is a link between men look attractive and their sperm quality: handsome masculine male faces with sperm quality than other men.
Study co-author, Dr. Assistant Lecturer Australian universities evolutionary biology research center Jukka Kekalainen wrote, “Huffington Post,” the message said: “To our knowledge, this is the first to confirm this phenomenon . “According to the New York Daily News reported that, although previous studies have shown that high testosterone levels can damage sperm production, but researchers are not ready to explain their findings.
Teams from Spain, Australia and Colombia, consisting of researchers conducted the study, they were 50 Caucasian student volunteers at the University of Valencia carried out semen analysis. Next, these photographs are presented to the male heterosexual men and women. Female respondents were asked to choose their favorite out of the long-term spouse from these men. Male respondents were asked to choose women they think will be selected photos.
Researchers also on facial features all 50 men were anthropometric analysis, measurement of the size of their eyes, cheekbones and nose width, as well as previous studies identified as masculine characteristics of other parts. Finally, researchers will facial features of these men and motility, morphology and concentration of male sperm cells were compared.
Researchers addition to looking masculine face contact between sperm quality, but also want to know whether there is a link sperm quality with their handsome. Kekalainen in the mail, wrote: “We found that indeed there is a link between them.”
But does this mean that those who want to find a spouse can raise future generations of women should beware of handsome men? Probably do not need this, we at least need to find more evidence. As Kekalainen said in the message: “Before giving women tips to choose a spouse, we need more research to confirm the cause and principle behind this discovery.”