Prostate flush and masturbation

Why Men Should Masturbate 21 Times A Month According To Science …

Jul 6, 2017 – Masturbating frequently may actually result in a significantly lower risk of prostate cancer. … It is currently unconfirmed why, but some scientists believe a successful orgasm may flush out cancer-determining toxins that build up in the prostate. Around one in seven men will experienceprostate cancer in the …

Frequent ejaculation may decrease prostate cancer risk – National …

Jul 6, 2017 – Despite any lurid tales you may have heard growing up, masturbation is entirely safe. So if you want to do it as a … The Sun’s claim that “having 21 orgasms a month could be the key to preventing CANCER in men because it helps the prostate ‘flush out toxins'” is unsupported. The claim that it flushesout …

Science Says Men Should Masturbate 21 Times A Month — Here’s …

Jul 13, 2017 – Beyond the prostate flush, Dr. Kerner says masturbation comes with a whole slew of benefits, such as giving a dude the chance to experience pleasure and relaxation. “It’s an opportunity to engage in self-care,” he explains. “Masturbation can also be a healthy distraction mechanism and a natural way of …

Happy news! Masturbation actually has health benefits

theconversation.com/happy-news-masturbation-actually-has-health-benefits-16539

Dec 4, 2013 – For men, masturbation helps reduce risk of prostate cancer, probably by giving theprostate a chance to flush out potential cancer-causing agents. Masturbation also improves immune functioning by increasing cortisol levels, which can regulate immune functioning in small doses. It also reduces depression …

prostate health and ejaculation – WebMD

https://www.webmd.com › Prostate Cancer › News

Apr 6, 2004 – April 6, 2004 — Frequent ejaculation, whether it happens during sexual intercourse,masturbation, or a dream, isn’t likely to increase men’s risk of prostate cancer. In fact, new research suggests it may have the opposite effect and help protect the prostate. Researchers say it’s too soon to recommend that …

Masturbation and Prostate Cancer Risk – WebMD

https://www.webmd.com › Prostate Cancer › News

Jan 27, 2009 – Frequent masturbation is a sign of higher prostate cancer risk in younger men, but a sign of lower risk in older men, a U.K. study shows.

Masturbating may protect against prostate cancer | New Scientist

Jul 16, 2003 – Frequent ejaculation by men may cut the risk by a third – the flushing out of carcinogens is one possible explanation.

Re: Masturbation flushes toxins, cuts cancer risk at News Forum …

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not so fast. there is much more to this than meets the eye. first of all, the best thing to do is to not ingest the toxins to begin with. secondly, staying well hydrated and doing physical activity which stimulates circulation, particularly the kind that makes the lymph system flow, will flush not only the prostate but also the rest of the …

10 benefits of masturbating – Men’s Fitness

A 2004 Harvard study found that men who ejaculated 21 times per month were less likely to faceprostate cancer compared to those who ejaculated four to seven times a month. The exact link betweenmasturbation and prostate cancer risk is unclear, but flushing the prostate of carcinogens that could cause problems is the …

You Won’t Go Blind: Men’s Health.com

May 24, 2012 – Learn the sexual benefits and health benefits of masturbation, from Men’s Health. … A 2003 Australian study found that men who ejaculated more than five times a week were a third less likely to develop prostate cancer. Regularly flushing your system, so to speak, keeps your semen healthy and prevents …

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