Fat Men Last Longer In Bed (According To Science)
— 19 December 2022

Fat Men Last Longer In Bed (According To Science)

— 19 December 2022
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As it so happens, there’s another benefit to having a dad bod and it involves sexual stamina, according to a study comparing the bedroom performance of overweight/fat men versus their leaner counterparts.

Researchers from the Erciyes University in Turkey found that chubbier blokes produce higher levels of oestradiol – a female hormone that delays sexual climax – resulting in at least 7.3 minutes of more lovemaking on average.

“We found that patients with lifelong premature ejaculation [PE] were leaner than the healthy control cases and the number of the patients decreased as their [body mass index] BMI increased,” explained A. Gökçe & O. Ekmekcioglu (via International Journal of Impotence Research).

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“Although we know that our study may not directly affect patient care, these findings may be useful in understanding the physiopathology of lifelong premature ejaculation.”

There is, however, an XXL-sized caveat to all this…

While overweight/fat men may enjoy greater sexual stamina than their leaner counterparts, another study from four South Australian researchers – Nicole O. Palmer, Hassan W. Bakos, Tod Fullston, & Michelle Lane – have indicated the potential reproductive cost of an unhealthy BMI simply isn’t worth whatever clout you’ll gain as a prolific rooter.

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Fat Men Last Longer In Bed, According To Sexual Stamina Study

“Male obesity in reproductive-age men has nearly tripled in the past 30 years and coincides with an increase in male infertility worldwide,” reads the paper published in the Spermatogenesis journal.

“There is now emerging evidence that male obesity impacts negatively on male reproductive potential not only reducing sperm quality, but in particular altering the physical and molecular structure of germ cells in the testes and ultimately mature sperm.”

“Recent data has shown that male obesity also impairs offspring metabolic and reproductive health suggesting that paternal health cues are transmitted to the next generation with the mediator mostly likely occurring via the sperm.”

“The increasing prevalence of male obesity calls for better public health awareness at the time of conception, with a better understanding of the molecular mechanism involved during spermatogenesis required along with the potential of interventions in reversing these deleterious effects.”

Do with that information what you will.

While you’re here, read up on these simple workouts that’ll help you become a “sex god.”

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