Enlarged prostate represents one of the most often health issues in male population after 50 years of life. It can cause often and painful need for urination. That’s why doctors suggest regular tests and controls to middle aged men.
However, scientists from the Harvard University are claiming that high level of sexual activity can certainly reduce the risk of prostate cancer.
In the study where 32 000 men have participated, and where their sexual habits have been monitored, the scientists have come to conclusion that men with higher frequency of ejaculation have less chance of getting prostate cancer.
“We have discovered that the men with higher frequency of ejaculation in middle age have a lot less chance of being diagnosed with prostate cancer. Looking long term the study has put up strong evidence of useful role of ejaculation in prevention of prostate cancer” – it is said in the conclusion of the study that has been published in the science magazine European Urology.
The scientists have come to the conclusion that men that ejaculate at least 21 times during the month has 33 percent chance less to get prostate cancer.
Who new that sex and masturbation could be even healthier than we thought?
Just keep safe and your health will be beneficial.