Sunday, 15 December 2015 02:24
Regular Facebook users are 15% more likely to become impotent than those who do not use this popular network so often.
This data is the result of Professor Albert Heider research (German University of Leipzig) and his scientific research team that is more than ten years involved in the studies of online phenomena.
"I had the honor to participate with my colleagues in this research, which not only shows the direct connection between Facebook and the lack of sex, but also has an educational character," said Albert Haider.
"Young people can finally clearly see the adverse side of this kind of friendship, which, unfortunately, is becoming increasingly popular in the world," he added.
With only one log in daily, user of this website reduces the chance for sexual contact with his/her partner for almost 5 percent. If we also take the fact that the average Facebook user log in to Facebook dozens of times a day, we are coming to a conclusion that after a half-hour activities on Facebook, chances for that person to be active in bed are staggering minus 15%.
Leon Miller, a team member that has played an important role in this study helps to clarify doubts about this, no doubt, confusing results.
"You're probably wondering how it is possible that the chances for something can be negative. We actually got 15 percent, but we artificially added a minus, in order to create a clear picture for people that the result is negative", explains Professor Miller.
Once they came up with the facts that reveal the negative impact of Facebook on the sex life, scientists are also trying very hard to detect how frequent lovemaking affects the amount of time spent on this popular network.
"We could not prove it, but we assume that there is a feedback between these two points," explains Professor Miller. "If you, for example, spend an entire weekend in romantic ecstasy with a loved one, you reduced yourself a chance to be on the Facebook those days" he says, noting that this information is not supported by the facts, but are merely guessing.
"Do not accept everything I'm telling you like something that is one hundred percent true. Yet, I am just a scientist, not a clairvoyant," he adds.