Why Masturbation Should Be On Your Regular Schedule

Why Masturbation Should Be On Your Regular Schedule

So when was the last time you masturbated?

I know this sounds really crazy right now, but making it a point to have masturbation on your regular schedule can help improve your sexual performance the next time things get hot in the bedroom.

Make sure you follow along to find out more…

If you’re anything like most men, you probably think that masturbation is simply the easiest way to achieve sexual gratification all by yourself. However, I discovered during my extensive research into the male sexuality that masturbation is actually more than that.

And doing it regularly can help you become a better lover.

This is because masturbation is simply a simulation of sexual intercourse. You are basically going through all the essential factors of lovemaking without having to sexually penetrate your partner.

Instead, you are using your fingers to stimulate your penis until you achieve orgasm and ejaculate.

This is the reason why masturbation inspired all these clever names for it like “beating the meat,” “choking the chicken” and “five finger stroke.” I’m sure you’ve got a few of these up your sleeve as well.

And since it is a simulation of sexual intercourse, you also need to reach a certain sexual peak to reach the Big O while masturbating. You just don’t come right away when you start the action, right?

Now here’s where things get really interesting…

When you masturbate on a regular basis, you can actually train yourself to be more aware of how sexually aroused you are. See, the body builds up its natural orgasm and ejaculatory responses as you stimulate yourself. The more sexually aroused you are, the faster this process becomes.

Masturbation helps you identify when your sexual arousal is at the highest so you can slow down or even “reset” these responses. Now imagine using that ability when you and your lover are already at it in bed.

You just need to do a simple exercise to start gauging your sexual arousal when you masturbate.

The next time you masturbate, keep in mind to be more conscious of three key factors, namely your heart and breathing rates, as well as how sensitive the stimulation you’re doing is already getting.

The more intense these factors become, the sooner your body’s orgasm and ejaculatory responses will kick in. When you feel this happening, make it a point to slow down or pause for a bit to allow your system to taper off the sexual arousal you are experiencing.

And you can do this again and again while you’re at it, too. Just imagine how helpful this trick is when you’re trying to give your lover an amazing time in the bedroom.

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