I am sure the title of this video grabbed your attention, and really, that was the intent. But, while it is most certainly not the primary focus, it does indeed apply to the broader topic at hand.

This video specifically has to do with a notable health benefit, of many, procured through orgasm. Specifically the male orgasm.

Sorry, ladies — but, this is one is for the guys. But, if you check out the link in the description, I’ve done a recent sexuality video focused on you as well. Nonetheless, perhaps you have a special man in your life… so, listen up!

Based on the results of a long-term, cohort study, involving 918 men, aged 45-59, it was concluded that a 50% reduction in mortality risk occurs in men with higher orgasmic frequency vs. those with lower frequency. There appears to be a dose-related response.

Now, let’s get into the nitty-gritty.

The researchers had adjusted for risk factors, such as social standing, blood pressure, smoking, heart disease and cholesterol levels. They also broke the men into three distinct frequency groups: men who achieved less than 1 orgasm per month were labeled ‘low’, whereas men who achieved 2 or more orgasms per week were labeled ‘high’, and there was a ‘medium’ category that fell in-between those two extremes.

Going by these results, researchers concluded that an increase of 100 orgasms per year reduces a man’s chance of dying by 36%. And they looked at all-cause, coronary heart disease, and the broad term “other causes”. And these findings, according to researchers, were consistent with the majority of previously published work on the topic.

Now, from what I can tell, the results did not distinguish between orgasms achieved by the old “in-out, in-out”, or by playing “solo tug of war”, or some combination or hybrid of the two.

And I did double-check using the most scientific of terminology, as I seriously doubt the researchers would’ve resorted to low-brow phrases such as “beat”, “whack”, “jack”, or “jerk” “off”, or even “wank”… in the case of them being British.

So, it would appear the end is more important than the means. In other words, that orgasm is, ultimately, achieved.

Thus, for all of you guys out there who might feel cheated because you either feel terminally-alone or you’re involved with a hypo-sexual partner… fear not, you can still reap the same healthful benefits concluded in this study. Of course, this is not to disregard the documented benefits of sexual intercourse either. So, you should not remain complacent.

Now, go forth… and generously bang, squeeze some daily knuckle juice, or even mix it up. Just don’t go about it in a degenerate way.

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Thank you all for watching, and see you in the next video!


My video “2 VEGAN Ways to Improve Sex For Women NOW! Guys + Girls Listen Up!”

Sex and death: are they related? Findings from the Caerphilly Cohort Study.

The full paper

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