Why Men In Their 50s Need Frequent Masturbation-gregoryhealthworld.com

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Research may have it that frequent masturbation may lower the risk of prostate cancer. Though doctors aren't exactly sure why. A study found the risk of prostate cancer decreased by about 20% in men who masturbates at least 21 times a month. An Australian study published in 2003 also discovered a similar link between frequent masturbation and lower prostate cancer risk. There is no evidence, though that ejaculating regularly protects against advanced prostate cancer.

"One theory is that during the early years the prostate gland is more susceptible to hormonal changes and is still developing. As men age and accumulate toxins from the diet or through their lungs , sexual activity may help release them. Studies have found toxins in the semen and the fluid produced in the prostate. As you age it is more important to flush them out."

High levels of male sex hormones or androgen's may increase a man's risk of prostate cancer. Thus, looking at it in a new way, a team of researchers at England university of Nottingham looked at whether men with more intense sex drives were at risk of prostate cancer .

Dr. Polyxeni Dimitropoulou,PhD, Rosalind Eeles, PhD, FRCP & co obtained detailed sexual histories from 840 men. About half the men got prostate cancer at age 60 and about half did not have cancer.
The findings were surprising, sexual intercourse did not affect prostate cancer risk. But, frequent masturbation did-in different ways, at different times in life frequent masturbation during men's 20s and 30s increased their risk of prostate cancer. "But, men in their 50s who masturbated frequently had decreased risk". Masturbation frequency is relative for men in their 20s, "frequent masturbation" was two-seven times per week compared to same-age men who reported  masturbating less than once per month, 20 plus frequent masturbators had a 79%  higher risk of prostate cancer by age 60.

Men in their 50s "frequent masturbation" one or more times per week compared to same-age men who reported never masturbating, 50 plus frequent masturbators had a 70% lower risk of prostate cancer.

Finally,"An 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. This theory has, however, not been firmly established and further research is necessary."
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