Should men abstain from sex?

As the saying goes, a drop of sperm is worth ten drops of blood. Many male friends believe that abstinence is good for health. But contrary to perception, excessive abstinence can actually affect physical health.

Studies have found that the longer abstinence, the greater the amount of semen and the increase in sperm count and sperm density, but if abstinence exceeds a week, the sperm will be deformed and deformed. phenomenon of death. The longer the period of abstinence, the worse the semen quality, and the less likely it is to get pregnant. If a male friend is in the stage of wanting a child, be sure to maintain a regular and normal sex life, 2-3 times a week.

Long-term abstinence may lead to prostate disease. As an important accessory gonad for men, the prostate is located in the upper urethra and secretes about 2 mL of prostatic fluid every day. Through normal sexual excretion, part of it will be decomposed and absorbed, and the other part will accumulate, which will stimulate the prostate or urethra, causing symptoms such as abdominal pain, discomfort, frequent urination, and urgency. Studies have found that about half of men will be affected by prostatitis.

Long-term abstinence may lead to the accumulation of prostatic fluid and prostatitis, as well as endocrine dysfunction, and eventually impotence and premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, and loss of libido. Long-term non-ejaculation will lead to semen accumulation, which will lead to decreased sexual function. If you have sex again, you may experience rapid ejaculation or even premature ejaculation.

Blood semen is blood in the semen. It is common to have excessive indulgence, prolonged abstinence, or excessive masturbation, and the seminal vesicles are too full. After sudden ejaculation, the pressure in the seminal vesicles suddenly increases Decreased, causing the capillaries in the gland to rupture and hemorrhage, causing hematospermia. Patients with blood sperm combined with medication and correct abstinence can effectively promote the improvement of the disease.

Excessive abstinence is not advisable, but moderate abstinence can promote the recovery of the disease. For example, if there are symptoms such as anorgasmia, functional non-ejaculation, loss of libido, and low semen volume, appropriate abstinence can increase semen volume, increase local stimulation of gonads, accumulate accessory gonad secretions, and enhance libido. Because male friends with the above diseases may have accessory hypogonadism.

Short-term abstinence can supplement men’s sleep and increase libido. There is also the possibility of stimulating male creativity, which is conducive to the well-being of the family. Male friends should decide the number of sex lives according to their physical condition, psychological condition, age and the condition of their partner.

Or according to the formula: sex frequency = ten digits of age × 9. The ten digit of the resulting product is the time, and the one digit is the number of sexual intercourses that should be expected during this period. For example, a man in his 30s, 3×9=27, should have sex 7 times in 20 days, about once every three days, without affecting his health and work status.