A recent study found that men who ejaculate more than five times a week are 33% less likely to develop prostate cancer. In the case of women, the act, in addition to being a great way to get to know your own body, can help prevent infections, stretch the cervical muscles and prevent menstrual cramps.However, not masturbating can also bring some scientific and personal advantages, such as increased productivity - decreasing daily procrastination - due to the accumulation of energy, and also greater sexual sensitivity and energy.That's because semen - in the case of men - contains testosterone and when all that testosterone accumulates, it also ends up accumulating a lot of energy. Making the next time you have sex, the excitement is greater. At least, that's what Jim Pfaus, professor of neuroscience at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada, says in statements to Vice magazine. The same thing happens with women, only in that case there is an intense accumulation of estrogen.
“I think this is the‘ energy ’that tantric sex fans talk about. Learning how to maintain an erection and stop ejaculation makes the experience of orgasm more intense and pleasurable. This is true for us and for rats. So, the increase in ‘energy’ is more psychological than anything else, ”he said.Therefore, abstaining from masturbation does not pose any danger, but many doctors consider it to be an unnecessary deprivation, as the act can be very healthy for the body. However, the decision is personal. After all, everyone has the right to do what they want with their own body.