Abstinence from sex for men means an increased risk of prostate cancer. The research has shown that men who have regular sexual intercourse have 20% less risk of developing this disease!
Scottish scientists have confirmed that men who are suffering of lack of sex are more depressed and are more difficult to deal with in stressful situations than those who have had sexual intercourse at least once in two weeks.
In addition, men who have only occasional sexual intercourse are more susceptible to colds because sex enhances the immune system.
The less sexual intercourses men have, the greater is the risk of erectile dysfunction. The penis is a muscle, so the regular sexual intercourse is “exercise” and potency.