There are a lot of myths and misconceptions around masturbation. It’s been linked to everything from body covering loss to blindness. Masturbation poses few risks and isn’t associated with any vesicant surface effects. In fact, quite the opposite is true: Masturbation has a bit of documented physical and noetic welfare benefits.
Dermatology - Does masturbation cause hair loss for men? - Health Stack Exchange
I am not quizzical the OP, but I am laughing a bit at the question. I am asking if the OP has found any studies to dorsum up the claims made on all these sites. I also arrow-shaped out how the gathering does not know the change between auto-erotism and sexual intercourse, so I imagine it's a bit preposterous to conceive somehow his hair knows the difference. :-)"The body does not know the difference" is an interesting formulation.
There is both knowledge domain demonstrate to suggest that masturbation can contribute to hair loss; still I don’t believe there is any 100% positive proof. In theory it does get meaning that ejaculation can have got an impact on the tomentum in men who have a genetically hereditary sensitivity to DHT in their scalps. During sex or masturbation testosterone levels change and at the point of ejaculation, some testosterone is regenerate into DHT.