Beard affects sexual desire, and you have to choose time to shave

A beard is a symbol of a man. Diligent men often shave, while lazy men often shave their mouths and cheeks. New research has found that beards are actually related to men’s sexual desire. Is it good or not? Not good, when should I shave to protect myself?

A research paper in the American Journal of Epidemiology believes that men’s shaving can affect their sexual desire and health. This is a research result of the University of Bristol in the southwest of England. Researchers at the school have been tracking 2,438 middle-aged men in Wales for nearly 20 years. It turns out that men who don’t have the habit of shaving every day generally have lower rates of marriage, lower testosterone levels, and fewer orgasms.

Ibrahim, a professor of medicine who participated in the study, said that it was a Scot who noticed the relationship between the growth rate of the beard and sex hormones. He works on a remote island in the Hebrides in western Scotland. Whenever he is about to meet his girlfriend, he finds his beard grows wildly. From this, he put forward the hypothesis that beard and sex hormones are closely related. Psychologists explain beard and libido from a psychological point of view: a man does not shave much, which may reflect his low quality of life and therefore pay little attention to his personal image. And those men who have a high quality of sex life and often experience orgasm usually pay more attention to appearance and pay attention to their image in the minds of their sexual partners, so they will definitely shave more frequently.

So when should we shave? Shaving immediately in the morning is really bad.

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