More sex recommended for older men

A natural health researcher has released a report that says men as young as 40 need to adopt a natural preventative approach, which includes more sex, to improve prostate health.

I don’t know how good the science is behind this but as long as it’s consensual sex or self administered it should at least do no harm and make for some happier men.

NZ Herald: More sex for a healthy prostate – report

A new report, Prostate Health… Sex, Lies and Misconceptions, released by Christchurch-based natural health researcher Warren Matthews, says men as young as 40 need to adopt a natural preventative approach, which includes more sex, to improve prostate health.

Frustrated by misinformation and a lack of medical emphasis on clinically-proven natural preventative treatments, Mr Matthews speaks frankly with men about the pros and cons of the digital prostate exam and other interventions used in the diagnosis and treatment of an enlarged prostate and prostate cancer.

“There are thousands of men worldwide who have had unnecessary, invasive or non-surgical intervention for issues of the prostate, and are now having to deal with sexual dysfunction, incontinence, rectal bleeding and other serious or permanent side effects,” he said.

“These side effects can have a dramatic impact on a man’s sexual wellbeing and self-esteem. It’s time for men to fight prostate cancer by understanding what clinically-proven natural alternatives are available, and practice prevention much earlier.”

Prostrate cancer is a significant ‘men’s problem’. Some men may think that a lack of sex is a problem too.

According to the Prostate Cancer Foundation of New Zealand, one in 13 men will develop prostate cancer before the age of 75.

If more sex can help prevent prostrate cancer it’s got to be a good thing.

However I’m a bit sceptical about the report generally – it has been published on a commercial health website:

Prostate Health… Sex, Lies and Misconceptions


This special report should be read by every man 40+. If you are a woman who has a partner, husband, brother, father or a male friend aged 40+, please share this report with him.

Armed with this knowledge it could not only ultimately save your/their life, it could also have an enormous impact on your/their future sense of wellbeing, comfort, and reduce the risk of sexual dysfunction and thus have a positive impact on personal relationships.

I have been prompted to write this as a result of the publicity which is given to ‘Blue September’ each year as part of ‘Prostate Awareness Month’. You may have seen the television adverts showing a male Doctor snapping on a surgical glove and pointing his finger in the air! The message is urging men to go and have a ‘digital prostate exam’.

The ‘digital’ part of the exam has nothing to do with computers…it is a politically correct term for the digits on our hand, otherwise known as fingers.

I’m not sure if the last paragraph is a serious explanation or an attempt at humour.

I’ve found doctors to still be a very good source of health advice. On my last few visits they have asked, listened and explained well, and it has become common for them to provide web links where further information can be found. That isn’t to commercial websites.

This is one site that I’ve been pointed to that seems useful:  Patient – trusted medical information and support

Patient on Prostate Cancer (it doesn’t mention more sex).

New Zealand Prostate Cancer Foundation

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  1. 20/20

     /  29th September 2015

    ‘……or self administered it should at least do no harm….’

    Well obviously the science behind this is NOT so good – everybody knows you will go blind 😦

  2. Mike C

     /  29th September 2015


    LOL. I don’t think I have ever heard it called “self-administering” before.

    It made me laugh so much that I cried 🙂

    • Wrong end of the stick

       /  29th September 2015

      Gosh, after reading this report I feel real bad now. 😦

      When I walked in on my husband the other night, I was soo shocked that I ended up going to my mum’s for the night to discuss what I should do

      Little did we even consider that Wayne was working on improving his prostate health!

      Sounds like I might owe him an apology…..

      • Mike C

         /  29th September 2015


        You have my sympathy 🙂

        I had a similar experience, but it was with my teenage son.

        It isn’t just the “self-administerer” who goes blind doing it, because my eyesight was also damaged as a result of that encounter … not to mention the longterm psychological scarring. LOL.

  3. kiwi guy

     /  29th September 2015

    I wouldn’t put much weight on that “report”, its very tabloid.

  4. Older men? Sex? We only dream about it. And I’m only 39.

    • kiwi dave

       /  29th September 2015

      Wait until you’re nearly twice that young age – I’ve heard about this concept of “sex”

  5. rayinnz

     /  29th September 2015

    Being in the older zone I read this eagerly
    It suggests sex 22 times a week so as to prevent ” stagnation” of the fluids in the prostate gland
    I note the author is neither a Dr or has any scientific background but quotes
    “common sense ”
    Sounds good but as a pensioner I/we are going to have to lift my game

    PS may not have enough time to comment from now on

    • Mike C

       /  29th September 2015


      LOL. I wonder if Pete George realised when he wrote this post that his blog stats might suffer as a result 🙂

  6. Brown

     /  29th September 2015

    Behind every healthy man there is a great woman. I’m happy as a man half my age but that may be a result of making an effort to please the woman.

    • Mike C

       /  29th September 2015


      Show-Off 🙂

    • DaveG

       /  29th September 2015

      Oh well, only 22 times a week, I will inform the wife and GF (seperately) that I have received advise to slow down a bit and its 11 times a week each from now on!

  7. Joe Bloggs

     /  29th September 2015

    Hmmmph, I see absolutely nothing wrong with this fine, outstanding report, and will be advocating its immediate adoption in the Bloggs household.

    My immediate goal will be to return the health of my prostate to that of a 25 year old… sounds like a prudent course of action 🙂

  8. grantaviuskennarius

     /  29th September 2015

    “as long as it’s consensual sex or self administered”

    If it is self-administered but not consensual then I’d think there were serious self-loathing issues.

  9. Just Looking

     /  29th September 2015

    Use it While you can once they do your Prostate in your 60 its G.4only 2 P

    • vinegar stroke

       /  29th September 2015

      I always sit down 2 p. My doctor told me ages ago not to lift anything heavy.


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