This Is Why You Should Masturbate Frequently

This Is Why You Should Masturbate Frequently

Now while masturbation is one activity that most guys don’t like to talk about in public, hence the countless euphemisms for it when you do a quick web search on the subject, every man practically has it on their regular schedule.

Don’t feel guilty if you are frequently “paddling the pickle,” “roughing up the suspect,” “cranking the love pump” or perhaps “fondling your flagpole.” Besides making you feel good each time you have a go at it, masturbation also has cool health benefits that can help improve your sexual performance.

Let me explain what I mean…

If you’ve been following for a while now, you’ve probably already come across my posts on how going through lots of stress and anxiety can set off problems in the bedroom. This is because you’ll get an overload of stress hormones that will interfere with the sexual arousal process.

Apart from preventing you from achieving a stable erection, these stress hormones will also force your brain to kick in its orgasmic and ejaculatory responses while at it. This means you’re also prone to going off too soon when you have a surge of these hormones in your body.

And now for the health benefits that I told you about earlier…

During my extensive research into the male sexuality, I stumbled upon a study conducted by a group of clinical sexologists based in Athens, Georgia that proved there is a direct link between masturbation and a boost in feel-good hormones in the body that helped improved sexual performance.

The study basically involved hooking up 20 healthy adult men to cutting-edge instruments that measured specific factors in their system while they masturbated. According to the results of the study, the participants experienced a significant rise in good neurochemicals like oxytocin and dopamine when they did the deed.

Besides staving off surges in stress hormones, oxytocin and dopamine also help you feel more relaxed and confident, which are key elements when it comes to prepping you up for lovemaking and preventing premature ejaculation. Moreover, these neurochemicals are also seen to have a role in inhibiting the buildup of toxins in and around the urogenital tract that can set off prostate cancer in the long run.

This just goes to show that masturbation is really good for you.

So the next time you’re “greasing the pipe,” “making chowder with sailor Ned” or “shooting putty at the moon,” just keep in mind that you’re doing your sex life a favor, not mentioning keeping your body in tiptop shape.

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