21 orgasms a month reduces the risk of developing prostate cancer by 22%


Ejaculation frequency affects the probability of prostate cancer. The more men experience an orgasm, including masturbating, the less they develop this form of cancer.

To such conclusion the group of researchers from the School of Harvard Medical School under the direction of Jennifer Rider. It found that regular orgasms (at least 21 times per month), reduced the risk of developing prostate cancer by 22%. Scientists note that it is important ejaculation, and it does not matter whether it is the result of sexual intercourse, masturbation or nocturnal pollutions.

In 2003, American urologists have recognized that masturbation is an effective and perhaps the only prophylactic against congestive prostatitis. In 2008, it was reported – Australian scientists have found that frequent masturbation may help men reduce the risk of prostate cancer. It is believed that carcinogens may be produced in the prostate if men do not ejaculate regularly happens. However, experts of the University of Nottingham in 2016, said that too active sex life, in contrast, can lead men to prostate cancer. But it was just about lyubviobilnym and frequent change of partners …

Gays are a special area of prostate cancer risk. So, scientists from Montreal in 2015 came to the conclusion that passive gay men who had sex with more than 20 partners, the risk of developing prostate cancer increases dramatically. It is particularly high among gay men who practice extreme forms of sex – fisting and others.


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