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How often should a man ejaculate? Most people relate ejaculation to getting an orgasm. However, there are times men get to copulate but fail to release semen. Several people ask the question of how often should a man ejaculates to be expected. Ejaculation has some health benefits, and scientifically speaking it is good for men health.Science recommend that on the average, a man is supposed to ejaculating at least 21 times a month. Below are some benefits for meeting the above target.

 

During ejaculation, the heart rate increases, and the lungs beat faster, increasing blood flow in the vessels. Increased blood flow helps maintain stable blood pressure and thus reducing the chances of cardiovascular diseases. Studies have shown that men who have sex at least three times a week have a low probability of getting heart diseases than men who have sex once a month or abstain.

 

Scientists have also proven that ejaculation lowers the chances of prostate cancer. Studies show that men who ejaculate at least 21 times in a month, whether through sex or masturbation, have a 31% lower risk of getting prostate cancer.

 

Aside from reducing the risk of prostate cancer, ejaculating frequently also comes with its share of benefits to the body at large. These other health benefits include: increased function in the immune system, more relaxed sleep state, less stress and improved feelings of pleasure, and lower blood pressure. So if ever feel worried about the health repercussions of releasing semen excessively, don’t fret.

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Popular Comedian, Basketmouth’s Marriage Crashes 

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Popular comedian Bright Okpocha has announced the end of his marriage with his wife Elsie Okpocha after 12 years of marital sojourn.

 

A statement posted on his social media platforms reads “As much as it pains me to bring my personal life to the public space, this is an unavoidable situation.

 

“After much deliberations, my wife and I have made the difficult decision to end our marriage.

 

“As we move forward separately, we will continue to work together to give our beautiful children all the care, love, guidance and support they need.

 

“We humbly ask that you respect our privacy as we navigate through these times.”

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Winner Of 61st First Bank Lagos Amateur Open Golf Championship Gets listed in The World Amateur Golf Rankings (WAGR)

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L-R Kayode Oguntayo, Director, Concierge Sports Limited; Taiwo Okeowo, Deputy Managing Director, FBNQuest Merchant Bank Limited; Dr. Anthony Oboh, Golf Captain, Golf Section of Ikoyi Club 1938; Olusegun Alebiosu, Executive Director, Chief Risk Officer, First Bank of Nigeria Limited presenting the trophy to Emmanuel Ojeabulu, winner of the 61st Lagos Open Golf Championship; Nkoli Moka, Lady Captain, Golf Section of Ikoyi Club 1938; Akinwumi Akintola, Vice Chairman, Ikoyi Club 1938 and Ibukun Obatoyinbo; Director, Concierge Sports Limited at the prize presentation and awards dinner of the 61st FirstBank Lagos Amateur Open Golf Championship held recently at the Golf Section of Ikoyi Club 1938, Ikoyi, Lagos.

Emmanuel Ojeabulu, winner of the 61st FirstBank Lagos Open Golf Championship has been listed in the WAGR.

 

The premier golf championship which held from 18 – 20th November at the golf section of Ikoyi Club 1938 was keenly contested by over 190 low handicap players from several golf clubs in the country.

 

Benin based Emmanuel Ojeabulu won the 3-day championship.

Playing three-shots off the pace going into the last 18-holes, Ojeabulu played one of the best golf of his life, maintaining steady pars for a closing 74, 3-over the course par to win the World Amateur Golf Ranking recognized event by two shots.

Ojeabulu started his game with an opening 75, a second day score of 78 and a closing 74 to replace Ilorin based Aminu Kadir, the tournament defending champion on the winners list.

Overnight leader, 20-year-old product of David Mark Golf Academy, George Paul who was tipped to win the tournament collapsed under pressure closing with an unimpressive 79 to lose by two-shots.

 

In the third position is Muyideen Olaitan, three-time winner of the coveted FirstBank Lagos Open trophy while Iyare Osaze was further down on the winners chart by one-shot, leaving perennial contender, Olajide Owolabi, who shot tournaments best score of 72 on day two of the competition in the fifth position.

First Bank of Nigeria Limited, sponsors of the annual Lagos Amateur Open Golf Championship has pledged its commitment to the continuous sponsorship of the tournament which is one of the longest running golf tournaments in Nigeria.

Speaking at the closing ceremony of the 61st edition of the tournament in Lagos on Sunday, the Chief Executive Officer of FirstBank, Dr. Adesola Adeduntan who was represented by Executive Director, Chief Risk Officer of First Bank of Nigeria Limited Mr. Olusegun Alebiosu said “This year made it 61 years of our undiluted commitment to this cause, and we are absolutely delighted with the amazing support and partnership we have enjoyed from Ikoyi Club 1938 thus contributing to building a legacy not only for golf and golfers, but sports in its entirety.

 

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