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Have you heard about semen retention in Ayurveda and its benefits? Let’s dig deeper to know more!
Ayurveda has been built on three sub-pillars of life: Ahara or diet, Nidra or sleep, and Brahmacharya or control of sexual energy. These sub-pillars influence the tridoshas (biological forces of energy) Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. While the role of Ahara and Nidra is relatively well-known, not much is known about Brahmacharya today.
Contrary to popular belief, Brahmacharya is not about abstinence but an individual’s ability to control their sexual desires, which includes sperm retention. While many may argue that sperm retention is a modern practice, you will be surprised to know that it is probably as old as mankind.
There isn't enough evidence in a scientific way that shows the benefits of sperm retention, but it says practicing it surely helps to increase sperm motility.
So what about testosterone? According to a couple of research, retaining sperm increases the concentration of testosterone in the blood by 1.5 times. This helps for better masculinity, greater energy, and a better mood. Masturbation on a regular basis results in poor sperm quality.
What Does Research Say?
There is plenty of research on sperm retention benefits in Ayurveda and other medical practices. Here are a few:
Sperm Retention Benefits in Ayurveda
Sperm retention in Ayurveda has been widely recommended for its many benefits. AADAR too promotes Ayurveda and talks about men’s wellness and their concerns to be cured in an Ayurvedic way. If you wish to know more about sperm retention, consult our Ayurvedic practitioner today!