Young entrepreneur or seasoned senior manager? It doesn’t matter.
When you least expect it, the question comes knocking on your doorstep: “At what age does a man stop ejaculating?”
We’re diving deep (pun totally intended) into this topic of age and male ejaculation.
Even if you’re clocking in more years than a prized bottle of Scotch, you’ll find the solution in this article to keeping your sexual prowess at its peak.
Look, there’s no need to whisper or use code names like “Little Johnny’s retirement party.”
We’re all gentlemen here. And many of us men are trying to figure out how to keep up in the bedroom as we age.
So, lock the bedroom door and pull out that “Do Not Disturb” sign because we’re getting straight into it.
You’ll be wiser and maybe a smidgen embarrassed by the end of this post. But you’ll be able to have more confidence in each of your steps—and maybe elsewhere, too!
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At What Age Does A Man Stop Ejaculating?
It’s hard to tell because it’s different for each man. A big factor is individual health and lifestyle—most men remain sexually active until their 70s or 80s.
Like fine wine, men’s sexual health can change as they age. But that doesn’t mean the party has to stop.
Scientifically speaking, a healthy lifestyle is where your daily routine consists of the following:
- Balanced diet
- Regular exercise
- Staying hydrated
- Good quality sleep
If any of these are lacking or you’re struggling with unhealthy habits, you’re more likely to stop ejaculating at a younger age.
An unhealthy lifestyle also affects sexual performance as it can drive erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation.
So, it’s true that aging can bring about changes in the male reproductive system.
However, there’s no reason to assume that the curtain must fall on your sex life as you get older.
You can continue a sexually active life by taking good care of your body. Let this be your calling to ensure you’re getting enough rest, movement, and exercise.
At what age do men stop having sex?
Sexual activity may decline gradually with age. But many men still enjoy an active sex life well into their later years.
In fact, research from Cambridge shows that 62% of men and 30% of women between the ages of 80 and 102 were still sexually active.
In other words, age doesn’t necessarily dictate sexual desire and performance.
If you’re struggling with sexual dysfunction, it doesn’t mean your glorious days in the bedroom are over.
It simply means that something about your current lifestyle has to change. Do this, and you can deliver a masterful sexual performance in bed once again.
Maintaining good physical and mental health is key to having a long, healthy sex life full of healthy sexual desire and continued sexual activity.
Poor health means your days of enjoying sexual stimulation and intimacy are limited. It’s doable for anyone to have a sexually active life gained at any age, even in your later years.
A commitment to self-care is required for you to continue enjoying sexual activities.
How Does A Man’s Sexual Health Change As He Gets Older?
As men age, their body begins to change. They may experience noticeable changes in their testosterone levels.
Testosterone is the primary hormone responsible for masculine energy and characteristics. This includes the following:
- Muscle mass
- Bone density
- Sex drive
All of which naturally decline as men get older.
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The Main Age-related Factors In Male Ejaculation And Sexual Dysfunction
Having discussed changes in sexual health with age, we can now explore age-related factors contributing to lower-quality male ejaculation. These factors include:
- Low levels of testosterone
- Reduced sperm volume
- Erectile dysfunction
- Low libido
- Penis shrinkage
- Psychological blockages
- Physical health
These factors also lead to weak or delayed ejaculation in men.
1. Low levels of testosterone
As mentioned earlier, low testosterone levels can significantly impact a man’s sexual function.
After all, this hormone is responsible for making men, well, manly.
Picture a masculine man. That picture probably looks like a stud: a guy with big muscles, strong bones, and a deep voice with a burning sex drive.
However, everyone has a prime for a reason. It’s not likely that a man in his senior years will be as muscular or athletic as he once was as a young adult.
Low testosterone might be the culprit if you don’t feel as manly as you’d like.
2. Reduced sperm volume
Having less sperm in your tank is another age-related factor that affects the quality and volume of male ejaculation.
As men grow older, the amount of semen produced decreases. This impacts the strength of ejaculation, affecting a man’s fertility.
That said, understand that a reduction in sperm volume doesn’t necessarily mean that a man can no longer reproduce.
3. Erectile dysfunction
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common sexual wellness problem in men. This is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection.
The worst moment is when you finally get in bed with the woman you’ve been seeing for the past few weeks or months.
As soon as she removes your jeans, you can’t wake up the beast downstairs. No matter what you do, your manhood just stays down. You feel betrayed.
Now, it happens for various reasons. But fret not. The good news is that there are several natural ways to treat ED. We’ll discuss a few later on in this article.
4. Low libido
Libido is the core of your sexual ability. Without a libido, it’s difficult to find any type of sexual activity pleasurable.
When asked, “What age does a man lose his sexual prowess?” The first thought that comes to mind is typically lower libido.
Having decreased sexual desire is a disheartening issue that affects men and their partners.
This can also lead to other conditions, such as erectile dysfunction. After all, it’s hard to get up when you feel no arousal.
And if you feel no arousal, it’s difficult to stay sexually active.
Low sex drive can be caused by various reasons, such as the following:
- Hormonal changes
- Medical issues like high blood pressure
If you’re experiencing a dip in your libido, it’s important to address any underlying medical issues and adopt a healthy lifestyle to support overall sexual health.
In many cases, making healthy lifestyle changes and addressing stress and anxiety can help to reignite your sexual desire and improve your overall quality of life.
5. Penis shrinkage
Penis shrinkage is a dreaded term for any man alive. Although it’s associated with aging, there are other factors at play:
- Medical conditions
- Weight changes
- High blood pressure
Do you want to know the best way to prevent or reverse penis shrinkage? You already know the answer: maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
But if you simply want to increase your penis size, I suggest adding jelqing to your routine.
Jelqing is a natural technique that makes your d*ck one step closer to becoming Superman. How? By downstairs increasing blood flow to your penis.
6. Psychological blockages
Psychological factors include the following:
- Low self-esteem
- Traumatic experiences
Any of these are enough to cause a man to stop being sexually active.
Inner emotions are potent enough to cause physical conditions like erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation. This usually seems to be the case when dealing with bedroom performance issues.
Your mental well-being affects your sexual wellness. It’s proven that mental factors contribute to decreased libido and sexual satisfaction.
7. Physical health
Physical health problems also lead to ED and failure to ejaculate.
Here are a few examples of common physical health conditions that impact sexual wellness:
- Cardiovascular disease
- Hormonal imbalances
- High blood pressure
Lifestyle factors can also add up to sexual dysfunction. For example, excessive smokers and alcoholics are more likely to bump into sexual health problems than non-smokers and non-alcoholics.
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How Can Senior Men Stay Sexually Healthy And Maintain Healthy Ejaculation?
Here’s how senior men can stay in good sexual shape:
- Tantric yoga
- Breathing exercises
- Testicle breathing
- Maintain a balanced diet
- Quit unhealthy habits
- Practice with a Fleshlight
Add these to your routine, and you’ll naturally yet gradually improve your sexual performance. You’ll regain your bedroom throne and perform just as well as you used to.
And if you think you might be too old for sex, think again.
Regardless of what age you might think is too old to engage in sexual intercourse, you’re not alone.
The typical stereotype is that elderly people can’t have sex. Research says the exact opposite.
According to a report by NCBI, 60% of elderly people are still interested in engaging in sexual activities.
1. Tantric yoga
Tantric yoga is an ancient practice. It’s more than just improving your flexibility and physical health. More importantly, it’s a spiritual practice that allows you to connect with the divine and your higher self.
This is an ancient technique used by our ancestors to do the following:
- Channel sexual energy
- Improve self-awareness
- Activate your chakra levels
The result? You sharpen your sexual capabilities and improve your overall health.
I have a separate guide about the best tantric yoga poses for men. This article will go through the top positions to add to your daily routine to strengthen your male sexuality and bedroom performance.
Here are a few yoga poses I recommend for all men to try:
- Seated forward bend pose
- Butterfly pose
- Reclined thunderbolt pose
- Lizard pose
2. Breathing exercises
Breathing exercises are another effective way to relax your body and boost sexual stamina.
To be specific, I suggest this tantric breathing technique. This is a practice derived from the art of Tantra, specifically for improving one’s sex game. It involves deep, conscious breathing.
You can use the power of your hands and mind to control your breathing. This also makes it possible to move your inner energies. And therefore, you would be able to tap into your suppressed sexual potential.
Besides tantric breathing, other breathing exercises include the following:
- Quickie breath technique
- Stimulating breath
- 4-7-8 breath
3. Testicle breathing
That’s right, I’m advising you to breathe with your balls.
It probably sounds weird to many of you. However, testicle breathing is a special technique. It has the power to boost your testosterone levels and sexual vitality. How? By focusing on activating your masculine core.
Breathing with your balls is pretty straightforward. You could do it anywhere, even at work or in public spaces where you can have a moment’s focus.
Here’s how to breathe with your testicles:
- Inhale deeply
- Contract your testicles as you inhale
- Exhale slowly
- Release the tension on your testicles
- Visualize the energy moving through your body
4. Commit to a balanced diet
You are what you eat. In other words, your food and drink reflects your physical health.
Eat healthy, and you gain a healthy body that allows you to maintain good sexual health. But if you eat unhealthy, then you can expect to gain an unhealthy body that leads to sexual dysfunction.
Now, maintaining a balanced diet means having the following in your meals regularly:
- Whole grains
- Lean proteins
- Healthy fats
These can provide your body with the essential nutrients for good sexual functionality.
With that in mind, staying hydrated throughout the day is just as important. Get enough water in your body to improve energy levels and reduce fatigue.
Paying attention to your diet and hydration can keep your manhood in great condition as you age.
But do you know what else keeps your manhood in good shape?
Some aphrodisiacs, like Korean Red Ginseng, specialize in treating erectile dysfunction. However, many aphrodisiacs can help you stay sexually active by keeping your core sexual function healthy.
Adding natural aphrodisiac foods can be a game-changer. Here are a few I suggest trying out:
- Ginkgo Biloba
- Chili peppers
5. Quit unhealthy habits
You’ve heard thousands of times already that unhealthy habits are bad for your health. But maybe it hasn’t been emphasized enough that it can take a turn for the worse.
This is especially true regarding erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation.
When I say unhealthy habits, I’m talking about things like the following:
- Unhealthy foods
All of which not only impact your sexual wellness, it can also affect your relationships. Some of these could be the very thing that’s causing you to sexually malfunction.
Here’s what’s been mentioned in an NCBI report regarding sexual intimacy in older adults:
“Too much alcohol can cause erection problems in men. Adults with overweight or obesity have an increased risk of erection problems.”
6. Practice with a fleshlight
Using a Fleshlight sex toy as practice is effective for getting back into sexual shape.
If you haven’t had sexual intercourse in a while, consider using a Fleshlight as exercise. This helps you practice technique and control, which prepares you for the real thing.
If you struggle with premature ejaculation and always find yourself c*mming too soon, it doesn’t have to stay that way forever.
It’s the same if you struggle with erectile dysfunction and can’t sustain a thick erection. Effective practice can help you treat these issues.
More importantly, a Fleshlight can help you address the psychological blockages that prevent you from ejaculating.
For example, let’s say you struggle with performance anxiety. Practicing with a Fleshlight can help you improve your confidence.
Consider Seeking Professional Help
Seeking professional support can help you directly address ejaculation concerns. They can assist you in identifying the root cause of your sexual problems.
Don’t shy away from talking about this, either. It’s a common problem in most men today, especially those suffering from a fapping addiction.
Tackling sexual intercourse issues or concerns sooner is better than later. This way, you’re more likely to be able to solve it early on and know with more certainty exactly what it is you’re dealing with.
Medical professionals and sex therapists
There are medical professionals and sex therapists who specialize in certain areas. Some may have areas of expertise in solving specific conditions. This could be in solving erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation.
Usually, sex health concerns can be solved through physical solutions. This includes changing your diet and adding exercise to your regular routine.
Other solutions could also include ensuring you’re getting enough sleep, staying hydrated, and not resorting to unhealthy habits, as discussed.
Another way professionals can help address sexual dysfunction is through talk therapy.
If it’s a psychological or emotional blockage that’s holding you back, they’ll help you solve it by providing a safe environment.
You can share your concerns openly without fear of being judged.
Intimacy and sex coaches
The other option is getting support from intimacy and sex coaches. You’ll often find these professionals online, offering various resources and support.
One way I help my clients to be sexually active, for example, is by using tantric techniques to probe into the heart of the issue.
From my findings, many men struggle with sexual intercourse problems needlessly. Now, I say needlessly because it’s an issue that can be solved by following a proven formula.
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Well, there you have it, folks. We’ve reached the climax of this article—pun absolutely intended.
You now know there’s no expiration date. Remember this every time you find yourself lost in thought, wondering, “At what age does a man stop ejaculating?”
Resigning yourself to dad-bods and midlife crises is a choice.
And so is the choice to age like fine wine or milk left out in the sun.
Keep your lifestyle in check. Be as healthy as your ego after closing a successful million-dollar business deal.
Do everything you can, including the things we’ve discussed. This includes tantric yoga and committing to a healthy diet.
Age might be creeping around the corner, but that doesn’t mean your sexual ability has to disappear. You don’t have to suffer from erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation.
But if you feel too rusty in the bedroom and love department, I’ve got just the thing for you.
Level up your love life and sexual performance naturally by checking out my free masculine attraction masterclass. This is where I teach you tantric strategies to activate your full sexual potential by harnessing your male and sexual energy.
No, it has nothing to do with what your uncle might tell you.
The strategies go back to ancient times. These are the times when our ancestors had to resort to other natural methods to go from zero to hero in record time without pills.
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What happens if a man stops ejaculating?
There can be mild positive or negative effects depending on how the man has stopped ejaculating. It may lead to built-up pressure tension in the epididymis if he’s forcing himself unnaturally.
In other words, blue balls. However, it could lead to improvements in mood and testosterone.
At what age do you start ejaculating less?
Men start to ejaculate less when their body hormones begin to reach and experience the midlife point.
This is typically around the age of 30-50 years old. At this age range, men tend to produce significantly less sperm when they ejaculate.
What happens if a man goes a year without ejaculating?
Going an entire year without ejaculating can affect a man’s energy, psychology, and relationships. If done correctly, it can lead to being able to channel and direct your sexual energy.
This means you can gain the ability to use your sexual energy as creative, spiritual, or emotional fuel.
How often should a 60-year-old man release sperm?
There’s no one-size-fits-all answer. A 60-year-old man can stay sexually active and ejaculate as much as he likes as long as it’s healthy. Healthy ejaculation means there’s a purpose behind the ejaculation.
It can become an issue if you’re constantly rubbing one off because of a porn addiction, leading to sexual dysfunction.