A question that has been bugging men for some time already has already been given an answer. In 2003 and 2004, a good news for sensually active men that high emission frequency seemed to protect them with prostate cancer.
As as section of Harvard’s Health Professionals Follow-Up Research, 29, 342 men in the ages of 46 and 81 has disclosed the number of emission they did per month in their your adulthood (20-29 years of age), in mid-life (40-49 years of age), also in the recent year. Emissions done by men which includes intercourse, nocturnal emissions.
The contributor in the study has also shared their complete data of their health and lifestyle every two years from 1992 to 2000. Experts also found that men who did this 21 times or greater than that per month has enjoyed 33% lower risk of prostate cancer rather than with men who only did four to seven times emission in their whole life.
Amazingly, an Australian research of 2,338 men also had this same conclusion. Men averaged 4.6 to seven emissions a week are 36% likely to have prostate cancer before they reach the age of 70 unlike men who did it less than 2.3 times a week. However, they found that having numbers in love making partners and prostate cancer.
Nonetheless, further investigation and study should be done for possible protective mechanism. In theory, removing the prostate of likely disturbing or harmful substance might be in one mechanism. Despite of all the reasons, men doing emission is not only pleasurable but can also result to a health benefit.