There's a new study that indicates there's a correlation between men's health and the frequency in which they experience morning erection. The study analysis concludes that men with frequent morning wood are approximately 22% less likely to die from strokes and other major killer diseases.
The study, published in the journal Age and Ageing, believes that morning wood is a sign of good blood circulation in men. According to Dr. Leen Antonio, lead researcher and assistant professor of endocrinology at Belgium's Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, “Erectile dysfunction and poor morning erections are associated with increased mortality.".
As reported by The Sun, Dr. Geoff Hackett, the ex-president of the British Society for Sexual Medicine remarked that "Loss of morning erections are a sign your arteries are not functioning properly,". He added, "That means you are at significant risk of a heart attack or stroke within three to five years. This applies to celibate, single men not just those who have a partner."
On average, men can experience up to five erections per night which can last between 20 and 30 minutes. Men, how often do you experience morning wood?
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