While it was recently revealed that women are more attracted to men with facial hair, a new study has revealed a very specific hobby that can make men last longer in bed.
Video gamers are often given a bad rap –but these men are less likely to suffer from premature ejaculation.
The research published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine asked 600 men between 18 and 50 about their erection, ejaculation, lifestyle and gaming habits.
Roberto Esquivel Cabrera, 54, from Saltillo, Mexico, has a penis measuring a colossal 18.9 inches.
The study found those who played video games for at least an hour per day were less likely to have premature ejaculation than those who didn’t game.
However, the gamers were also more likely to report lower sexual desire.
This study is the first of it’s kind and concluded that further interventional studies need to be done between gaming and sexual health.
If you do suffer from premature ejaculation, there are a number of things you can do – but there is one thing that can help cure both this and erectile dysfunction.
Pelvic floor exercises can give men stronger erections and release more sexual stamina in the bedroom.
Meanwhile, a prior study has shown men who play rugby are more likely to cheat.
Anxiety is your body’s natural response to stress and can be a cause of erectile dysfunction
The research from Golfsupport.com quizzed 1,750 men about their sporting hobbies and if they were cheating on their partner.
It found that 21% of rugby players are hiding affairs from their partners – claiming they have to train when really they are seeing the other woman.
The study also found athletics players are the most faithful partners and least likely to lie.