This is personal.
With football's increasing impact on players' physical and mental health, new evidence suggests that the sport may also affect their sexual health.
According to the study published in JAMA Neurology, erectile dysfunction is more common.
Harvard researchers surveyed more than 3,400 former football players in the US for medications for low testosterone or erectile dysfunction.
They found players with more concussion symptoms reported twice as likely to have low levels of testosterone and erectile dysfunction than those with fewer symptoms. which could be affected by shocks.
Complement the consideration of health complications associated with high performance sports, including depression and dementia. The potentially harmful effects of football injuries were highlighted this weekend by former NFLer Le'Ron McClain, who unleashed an alarming series of tweets on his sanity.
"I have to have my head checked. Playing fullback since high school. It takes too much to do something. My brain is tired, "McClain wrote. "@NFL, I need some help with this problem. Dark times and their appearance. F-king please help me !! "
McClain, 34, played in the NFL from 2007 to 201
Hey tag the NFL, tweet, "I need help and I need the process to accelerate the f – k."