New Study Reveals The Surprising Benefit for Men Who Orgasm Every Day

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A wank a day keeps the doctor away –  a new study has revealed that one orgasm a day could be all it takes to significantly lower your chances of developing prostate cancer. Great news.

The research, conducted by Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women Hospital confirms that frequent ejaculation has been highlighted as a powerful factor in the prevention of prostate cancer. Data showed that the participants who ejaculated more than 21 times a month were at a 22 per cent lower risk of getting the disease. Researchers also found that it didn’t matter whether the orgasms were achieved via solo or partnered sex.

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Dr. David Samadi of New York’s David Samadi Prostate Cancer Center said: 

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Prior research shows a link between the benefits of sex and prostate cancer. This research adds to the evidence that ejaculation frequency, not the number of sexual partners, is the key factor in reducing prostate cancer risk. As for how men achieved ejaculation, it is not a requirement to have a sex partner.

In America, prostate cancer is now the most common ‘non-skin’ cancer among men, with more more than 27,000 deaths attributed to it in 2012, the most recent year the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) has complete data for. While it is a much greater threat to men who are over 60, 2014 research out of the University of Michigan found that the number of young men diagnosed with prostate cancer has increased nearly 6-fold in the last 20 years and it is likely to be more aggressive.

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So there you go guys, although it’s becoming more common, the good news is that there is a great way to lower the risk of prostate cancer, after all, it’s important to have fun whilst keeping healthy isn’t it.


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