Every man has been there at some point. The guys are sitting around, enjoying some brews when their inner 13-year-old comes out and asks, “How many times has everyone released in 24 hours?” Of course, a few will be humbly honest and say maybe two or three times, and then there are the others who will act like it is an Olympic competition and casually say, “Oh, seven or eight times, but I slept for like 10 hours that day and was at work too,” implying that had they had a free day, they’d be in the double digits. Of course, teenage numbers are definitely different because as a man ages, things below belt slow down. Looking at the mechanics of release, how many times an average, adult male can release in one day.
The Mechanics of Hard-on and Release
It all begins with a stimulating thought, a beautiful vision of someone walking down the street, a bit of friction, a lover’s touch, or for some men, a stiff breeze will do. The brain then sends a signal to the hormones which tells the arteries of the member to open so blood can flood the member. The blood moves into the male organ faster than it leaves it, so it gets “caught” in the arteries, resulting in a hard-on. The member is then excited to the point of no-going-back (pretty sure men know how that part works) and the walls of the epididymis contract to create peristaltic waves that push seed to a place in the member called vas deferens. The nerves then stimulate the seminal vessels and the prostate with forces seed into the urethra. Muscles of the member then release the seed, the muscles in the bladder tighten up to make sure the seed doesn’t go back into the member. A man then goes into the refractory period, where his member becomes flaccid as the signals from the brain go neutral and the endocrine system releases prolactin, which decreases androgen, thus bringing the hard-on to a close.
So many steps, right?
So, How Many Times Can a Man Physically Release in a Day?
How many times a day a man can get his “O Face” on solely depends on this refractory period. For some men, they are ready to go for round two in a few minutes. For other men, it can be hours. Research shows that men in the younger age group, think 18 – 25, have a refractory period of about 15 minutes, hence why it is called a man’s “prime.” Now the 70’s scene is more like 20 hours on average. All in, every age group considered, the average is in the neighborhood of 30 minutes.
Let’s do the math: if a man can release twice an hour, and there are 24 hours in a day, scientifically speaking, he could release 48 times.
However, there is no way a man would want to. He would be sore, chaffed, inflamed, and miserable. There’s a point it won’t be pleasurable at all. Also, releasing can happen without release and if no seed comes out (it will lessen with each go), it’s not technically release.
Member Care Post-Release
With all this talk about release, it’s prudent to mention male organ health and care. Face it, release is a nearly everyday occurrence for most men, so let’s talk about what to do after. Of course, clean up by washing the member with warm water and a mild cleanser. Be thorough, but gentle. Rinse well, being sure to get in all the creases and folds. Air dry, or if in a hurry, pat dry with a soft, fluffy towel.
Finish off this good grooming regimen with a specially formulated male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) daily. It includes vitamin C and L-Arginine to boost hardness, as well as vitamins A, B, D, E and antioxidants in a nurturing Shea butter base. It’s a fundamental step every man should incorporate into his daily self-care regimen.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy member. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.