Science Says Men Should Masturbate 21 Times a Month—Here’s Why
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Messages about going blind, losing your hair or growing hair on your knuckles, getting zits, etc. Now, the journal European Urology [i] has published a new Harvard University study, suggesting that more frequent ejaculation — including masturbation — may protect adult men against prostate cancer PCa. While medicine is not yet able to change PCa risk factors such as genetics, considerable research goes into lifestyle changes that can lower the odds of developing PCa. These include things like diet, exercise, stress management, quitting smoking, and avoiding exposure to environmental toxins. The information on frequency of ejaculation comes from study questionnaires issued to over 30, health professionals who participate in the decades-long Health Professionals Follow-up Study. The questionnaire does not ask how ejaculation was achieved, so presumably any act leading to orgasm with ejaculation is included, not just intercourse. Dividing the data into age categories shows that as men age, they tend toward fewer ejaculations per month.
Posted 3 years ago , 13 users are following. Posted 3 years ago. If you have sex with a partner or masturbate then your prostate is earning its keep otherwise its just a passenger. Might be a good point to pass on to younger men rather than wait for prostate probs to start as they get older. Report derek76 philip Posted 3 years ago.