Sex myths are something you often come across every day. Whether it’s an article floating on the internet or you hear people talking about it, people tend to trust myths a lot.
Men's health: 5 men's sex myths you should ignore and how to be active
When it comes to sex, there are many myths men face that lead to a lot of misinformation and judgements.
When it comes to sex, there are many myths men face that lead to a lot of misinformation and judgements. Hence, we bring to your attention some common sex myths about men that need to be debunked.
- Masturbation is unhealthy
Men are the subject of many jokes surrounding masturbation. The idea is that the more you masturbate, the more harmful it is. Interestingly, it’s not harmful at all. It increases mental stability, freshens up the mind and helps in focused concentration.
- Masturbation affects relationships
No, your relationship with your spouse will not be affected by masturbation. But, it will, in turn, enhance your sex life more. Your wife will feel a rush of adrenaline with your increased sexuality. Masturbation helps couples to understand each other’s bodies intricately, accounting for great sex.
- Sexual health and fertility are connected
Of course, good health accounts for a seamless fertile pregnancy, but if couples are facing problems in conceiving children, science has provided some outstanding innovations that help couples in such difficult circumstances.
- Sex increases cancer risk
According to researches, men who have sex are less likely to have cancer diagnoses before the age of 70. Men who experience frequent orgasms also recorded a 50% lower mortality risk than those who didn’t indulge in sex frequently.
- Medicines can affect sexual life
By consulting your doctor, you should be able to chalk out solutions that don’t affect your sex life, if you have experienced some physical changes recently. However, you should always take precautions to protect yourself from STDs and STIs.
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