According to a science, the number of times that men ejaculate during a month affects their prostate cancer risk.
The more often you ejaculate, the lower your risk of prostate cancer will be, Harvard is reporting and it doesn’t matter if you’re making sweet love to your honey bunch, banging a bridesmaid in a taxi cab, or choking the chicken in your mom’s powder room. Read more
Sex is good for you: For fighting cancer to the common cold it’s just what the doctor ordered (and men benefit most!)
Making love could be one of the few pleasures in life that is genuinely good for you, say researchers.
Not only does a healthy sex life boost mood, but there is growing evidence to show it boosts your physical well-being, too – from increasing longevity to reducing the risk of erectile dysfunction and even heart attack.
Only last month, researchers at Nottingham University concluded that men who kept up a regular sex life in their 50s were also at lower risk of developing prostate cancer. Read more
A new study links frequent masturbation by men when in their 20s and 30s to development of prostate cancer before the age of 60. However, for men over 50, masturbation seems to protect against prostate cancer.
A new study finds men who are sexually active in their 20s and 30s are more likely to develop prostate cancer — especially if they masturbate frequently.
The message, perhaps: Hold off until middle age.
The study also found that frequent sexual activity in a man’s 40s appears to have little effect and even small levels of sexual activity in a man’s 50s could offer protection from the disease. Most of the differences were attributed to masturbation rather than sexual intercourse. Read more
It is claimed that the prostate in the male is the analog of the uterus in the female, and that prostate orgasms and a Chinese herb may reduce the incidence of prostate cancer.
It has been said that all men will eventually get prostate cancer if they live long enough. Inspired by conventional medical wit and spurred along by the surge in prostate cancer mortality rates, Neo-Taoist and native New Yorker Plato Rosinke went on a quest for solutions and has come to the personal conclusion that all manner of prostate problems can either be prevented or cured via the experience of prostate orgasms. Read more