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ejaculation frequency

Studies have shown that there is a large scale of male sexual activates. Most men have 1-4 ejaculations a week. Either when having sex with their partners or by masturbation. However gay men are often sexually more active than hetero sexual men and belong probably more to the second group having 5-15 ejaculations a week. Up to 8 ejaculations in 24hours are reported by a few percentage of men.

ejaculation frequency and sex drive

One research in the US found that after 7 days of not ejaculating, men�s testosterone levels reached 145.7% of the baseline. The interesting thing is that they didn�t observe significant fluctuations from the baseline on days 2 through 5. The research also showed that the peak levels were at day 7.

ejaculation frequency and prostate cancer

An important consideration to men's health is whether there is any relationship between ejaculation frequency and risks to prostate cancer. Michael Leitzmann, published in the 2004 Journal of American Medical Association his research conclusions that "Our results suggest that ejaculation frequency is not related to increased risk of prostate cancer,

frequent ejaculation - loss of zinc

Also, as medical evidence suggests that men experience a significant loss of zinc with each ejaculation, eating a food high in zinc after ejaculation is recommended. Such as meat, eggs ,chees, seafood and liver. For adults the recommended quantity of zinc per day is 12-16 milligrams.

Our bodies need zinc for many different functions, which include protein and carbohydrate metabolism, wound healing, growth and vision.

Several groups of people are at risk of developing dietary zinc deficiency. If you restrict your food to vegetables, and particularly wholegrain cereals, you could become deficient in zinc. Although zinc is present in these foods, it is not utilized by the body as efficiently as the zinc in other sources, such as meat, chees, seafood (oysters, crabs) eggs and liver.

Alcoholics also develop zinc deficiency, due to an inadequate diet and to large losses of zinc in their urine. Zinc deficiency also appears to be a problem in some disease states. Inadequate zinc intake can result in retarded growth, delayed wound healing, loss of taste sensation and dermatitis.

The dietary requirement for zinc must take into account the different degree of availability of zinc in different foods. Animal products are more efficient sources compared with cereals. The recommended dietary intake for zinc assumes that the zinc comes from mixed animal and plant sources. For people who do not eat animal products a higher intake may be necessary.



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