Looking for a reason to have more sex is like searching for an excuse to eat more bacon.
You don't need a reason or an excuse. Just do it!
But sadly, too many men lose their mojo. As they get older, they might be willing... but they're less ready and able, and eventually sex is like playing football and closing bars.
It's something you USED to do.
Well, friend, it's time to get back in the saddle again -- because sex isn't just something that FEELS good. It's something that's GOOD for you, body and soul, and the latest research shows how it can protect you from one of the diseases men fear most.
The more sex you have, the lower your risk of prostate cancer.
If you ejaculate at least 21 times a month -- or roughly four nights a week -- your risk of developing prostate cancer plunges by 20 percent when compared to men who "do it" less than seven times a month.
This is more than just an "interesting link" because we've seen in before. In 2004, two studies in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that frequent ejaculation will cut your risk of prostate cancer by a third.
But the new study has such strong numbers that researchers say this could be the single most significant prostate cancer risk factor that's entirely within your control.
Of course, the problem for many men isn't that they don't want to have sex... it's that they can't. At least they THINK they can't -- or believe the only way they'll ever take a roll in the hay again is with the help of a risky pill.
Nothing could be further from the truth, because you CAN get back on top in the bedroom, and you can do it without risky drugs.
In many cases, the problem is simply low testosterone, especially if you're past middle age. Supplements such as ram's horn can goose your internal hormone factory and boost your T levels so you're as ready and able as you were 20 or 30 years ago.
In some cases, however, you may need a little more help in the form of natural testosterone supplementation from an experienced naturopathic physician. I recommend a member of the American College for Advancement in Medicine. You can try ACAM's Physician+Link tool to help locate a doctor in your area.