Impact of Sexual Lifestyle on Hormone-Related Health Decline Case Married Teachers


  • Zerf Mohammed Physical Education Institute Laboratory OPAPS, University of Mostaganem, Mostaganem, Algeria.



Sexual lifestyle, Hormone, Health decline, Married teachers.


The study aimed to evaluate the impact of accumulation hormones on health decline among some married teachers from the middle school. Founded on the background which confirmed in one hand, that any hormone, natural or synthetic, has the potential to cause unwanted side effects. While in another hand, the report of similar studies confirms that profession of teaching increased obesity, due to working conditions which do not encourage the practice of physical activity. For the purpose, our sample is consisting of 34 married teachers, their average age ≤ 26,32±3,12. They accepted to venous blood withdrawal under fasting conditions and anthropometric measurement (body weight, body height and body mass index).The only differences between them are in the method of avoiding pregnancy. The datum was performed by SPSS 19 using Levene statistic,Shapiro-Wilk, T-test independently and correlation of Pearson.
 As limits of this modest study, we confirm: 

  • Working conditions increase the BMI greater than or equal to 30 which have a greater complication healthy rate confirm in the present study the case of the Traditional method which approves the theory that estrogen and progestin.
  • Side effects of oral contraceptive pills are related to the amount of Progesterone and estrogen present in them. While the working conditionsamplified.


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How to Cite

Mohammed, Z. (2017). Impact of Sexual Lifestyle on Hormone-Related Health Decline Case Married Teachers. International Journal of Social Sciences Perspectives, 1(1), 1–5.