A little me-time can go a long way.
Everybody’s aware of the many benefits that come from sex, but what about masturbation? Well, according to a recent study by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, ejaculating helps unload carcinogenic toxins in the prostate.
For the past two decades, Dr. Jennifer Rider and her team of researchers have been accumulating monthly reports from almost 32,000 men and concluded that those who admitted to masturbating 21 or more times a month reduced their risk of getting prostate cancer by a striking 22 per cent.
You’ll also be happy to hear that masturbating may just be the cure you’re looking for when a common cold strikes.
Masturbating activates certain parts of the immune system that increase the number of white blood cells that ultimately help fight infections and bacteria.
Yep — you can shop happily, knowing that box of Kleenex isn’t for a runny nose.