More than 65% of all prostate cancers in the United States are diagnosed in men over 65, which is a ripe age for Sugar Daddies. The average age at diagnosis of prostate cancer in the United States is 69 years.
The National Cancer Institute in the U.S. has conducted a study that is positive news for Sugar Daddies. The research shows that men who ejaculate at least five times a week are much less likely to develop prostate cancer.
“Seminal fluid contains substances that are carcinogenic,” says Graham Giles, Ph.D, lead author of the study. “Regular ejaculation may help flush them out.”
Elevated testosterone levels has been linked to both a high sex drive and prostate cancer, which had led scientists to believe there is a tie between cancer and sexual activity. Men who reported more than 20 monthly ejaculations showed a 33 percent less risk to cancer than that of other men.
And more good news Sugar Daddies who live in cold climes, having sex once or twice a week during the winter months can boost the immune system. According to scientists at Wilkes University, Pennsylvania, it reduces the chances of catching colds and flu by boosting levels of a chemical called immunoglobulin A 6, which binds to organisms that invade the body and then activates the immune system to destroy them.