Obviously, it makes a lot of sense that ejaculation, masturbation, and having sex could all lower T levels, since 95% of the good stuff is made in the gonads, and during an ejaculation you’re basically dumping the contents away, but even if something “makes sense”, doesn’t always mean it’s correct.
The topic of refraining from ejaculations itself has been talked about for years, and many athletes are known for their habit of abstaining from sex before big events, such as: Mike Tyson, who abstained because he felt like having sex before fights made him a “weaker boxer”.
The scientists found that men who ejaculated 21 or more times a month enjoyed a 33% lower risk of prostate cancer compared with men who reported four to seven ejaculations a month throughout their lifetimes.Why We Start Masturbating in the First Place “Two main factors drive men’s need to masturbate,” says Steve Mc Gough, an associate professor of clinical sexology at the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality.Those factors: Physiology, or the rise and fall of testosterone and hormones in your body; and psychology, or how your brain uses fantasies and stress relief to influence how often you masturbate. “That’s when the hormones really kick in — this is the first factor in causing men to masturbate when they’re young, turning thoughts into fantasies,” Mc Gough explains.An Australian study of 2,338 men came to a similar conclusion.(a=f);var b=i(a);if(CSS&&!