The results of a scientific study from Harvard University have revealed that frequent ejaculation is directly linked to a reduced risk of prostate cancer.
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Harvard University researchers have come to the conclusion that men should ejaculate at least 21 times a month to reduce their risk of prostate cancer.
For the needs of the study that was published in the journal European Urology, 31,925 men revealed how many times a month they ejaculated on average.
“We examined whether ejaculation frequency was associated with the risk of prostate cancer,” the study authors said, revealing that the results of the study show a direct link between frequent ejaculation and a lower risk of prostate cancer.
“We found that men who ejaculated ee in adulthood were diagnosed with prostate cancer in a smaller number of cases,” they say.
However, the reduced likelihood of developing prostate cancer is not the only benefit of frequent ejaculation.
It has been found to reduce stress and anxiety.
“With a reduced sense of pain, endorphin secretion leads to feelings of euphoria, appetite regulation, hormone release and improved immune response,” he said. Net Medicine.
It is also known that ejaculation helps with sleep, because the body releases hormones such as prolactin and oxytocin, which relax you.
So it can be said that if you don’t ejaculate regularly, you aren’t really caring enough about your health.