#4. Sex reduces risk for prostate and breast cancer
The more often men ejaculate between the ages of 20 and 50, the less likely they are to develop prostate cancer. Men who ejaculated at least five times a week, whether through sex or masturbation, were less likely to get prostate cancer. The claim physiologically, “is that if you empty out the tank every so often, it’s healthier than holding onto the material within the tank.”Sex reduces risk for breast cancer too. Women can get in on this sex-as-preventive-care thing too. Women who have vaginal intercourse often have less risk of breast cancer than those who don’t.