As almost any man could tell you (if he were to be honest), self-pleasuring is one of a guy's most enjoyable activities. However, not so many men could tell you that there is a health benefit to the prostate that is associated with frequent and regular self-pleasuring. Since self-pleasuring can also benefit overall male organ health, the prostate advantage simply adds another incentive for a man to engage in this delightful activity. |
Not just self-pleasuring
To be accurate, the health benefit to the prostate does not actually come from self-pleasuring; it comes from releasing seed. Therefore, partner sensual activity that results in a release of seed is also a perfectly acceptable way to upgrade one's prostate health. So why isn't the focus on partner sensual activity rather than self-pleasuring?
For two reasons, basically:
- One, the recommended number of releases may be as high as seven per week. While there are some men who are in relationships or situations in which five or more rounds of sensual activity each week is par for the course, there are many others who find their average number of weekly sensual encounters with partners falls below that level.
- Two, many men are not in a partner situation at all for long stretches of their lives. For these men, self-pleasuring is essentially the only regular dependable option.
The link between seed release and prostate health is supported by several studies, including one from 2003 and one from 2004. The first looked at more than 29,000 men and determined that those who released seed at least 21 times every month had a 33% lower risk of developing prostate cancer than those with less frequent releases.
The second looked at about 300 men. Its findings were that those who released seed 4 to 7 times per week had a 36% reduced risk of developing prostate cancer.
Why should releasing seed frequently result in a healthier prostate? That question has not been definitively answered as of yet. However, it is theorized that frequent seed release may rid the prostate of agents that could be carcinogenic in nature; if left inside the prostate, they could spur the development of a tumor.
Wank with care
With this news, it may seem that a man might want to do nothing but spend all day pleasuring himself in order to ward off prostate cancer. While different men have different sensual drives, one should still exercise some caution and not go overboard in terms of frequency.
When a man subjects his junk to constant pounding, there's bound to be some damage; even men who self-stimulate only occasionally often find themselves with a painfully sore tool due to over-aggressive or over-enthusiastic handling of the member.
A man needs to find the level of self-pleasuring activity that benefits his prostate health and still does not result in a member that is raw or has suffered nerve damage that impairs its ability to deliver sensations of pleasure. The tissue of the manhood is notoriously sensitive. It needs time to heal after it's been given a rough going-over.
As mentioned, rawness and soreness can occur even if a man engages in self-pleasuring on only an occasional basis. Keeping the prostate healthy through self-pleasuring simply increases the chance that care will be needed to maintain manhood health. For that, regular use of a superior male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) is advised. Rawness and soreness respond very well to a crème that features the combination of a high-end emollient (such as Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E). If rough handling has caused a loss of sensation, it's advised to use a crème that includes a neuroprotective agent such as acetyl L-carnitine. This particular ingredient helps with peripheral nerve damage that can cause a deadening of sensation in the tool - something no man wants.
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information most common male organ health issues, tips on improving male organ sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy male organ. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.
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