Hey, you should stop doing things your body tells you to do because of my archaic ideas of what is acceptable for you to do in private. The survey involved two-hour face-to-face interviews with 3,005 men and women around the country. Masturbation more than once a week in the 20s, 30s and 40s age categories was associated with increased risk of prostate cancer compared to never masturbating. Yup – potentially for decades past that too with advent of new drugs.
Men over 50 still masturbate. Despite any lurid tales you may have heard growing up, masturbation is entirely safe. Only by young people not the middle aged ones. Expounds on masturbation’s stress reduction benefits, “masturbation reduces stress and facilitates better sleep. Menopause has a big effect on women, and the drop-off of estrogen makes many of them less interested in sex, dr. Avoiding these risk factors does not prevent post-50 erection changes, but it preserves erection function and helps prevent ed. Well, thankfully, five thirty-eight has an infographic for that. Risk for men in their 50s, a study shows.
About one in seven women have never masturbated
A possible explanation for the protective effect that men in their fifties appear to receive from overall sexual activity, and particularly masturbation, is that the release of accumulated toxins during sexual activity reduces the risk of developing cancer in the prostate area. Porn? you guys need to get out more.