Research by South Korean scientists has shown that exposure to sleep during sleep has a negative effect on fertility in men.
Researchers at the University of Seoul trust that introduction to commotion amid rest can have a ceaseless unpleasant impact on the body and decrease fertility.
The survey used data from 206,000 respondents aged 20 to 59 years.
Exposure to noise was calculated according to the place of living of the respondents.
As per information gathered through the span of eight years, men who were exposed to a lung more than 55 decibels overnight had a normal 14% higher danger of being analyzed as barren.
It is a noise produced by the air conditioner in the room, for example.
Previous studies conducted on women link the exposure to noise with an increased risk of premature birth and miscarriage.