When Was The Last Time You Masturbated?

When Was The Last Time You Masturbated?

I know this isn’t a question you get asked daily, but the thing is having masturbation in your regular schedule can actually help you improve your performance the next time things get hot in the bedroom.

Now while this may sound surprising right now, you’re sure to include more hand to gland action in your checklist when you follow along.

But before getting to the bottom line of this post, let’s start things off with a quick primer on sexual arousal to help you understand the whole thing better…

At its simplest, getting sexually aroused is a process. As soon as the brain detects that you and your lover are already at it in bed, it stimulates the endocrine glands to churn out specific hormones that set off key changes in the body.

Besides picking up your pulse and breathing rates, this surge of hormones also promotes a more than usual flow of blood to the pelvic region, where it is absorbed by the erectile tissues in the penis to firm it up.

As soon as these tissues get all the blood they need, an erection is achieved. The hormones churned out by the endocrine glands are also naturally wired to keep you rock hard until your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses kick in when the bedroom action is hot.

However, the body can have a problem setting off this sexual arousal process if it’s not doing it in a regular basis.

You can think of it as an activity that you stopped doing for a while. Say you haven’t driven a car for a few months and when you find yourself behind the wheel, you are going to need a bit of time to re-acclimatize right?

What’s really interesting is the sexual arousal process that the body goes through during lovemaking and masturbation is practically the same. The brain still stimulates the endocrine glands to produce the specific hormones, the hormones trigger the key changes and you’re in business.

The only difference is masturbation is a solo thing and that’s pretty much it.

You can consider masturbation as a “practice session” for lovemaking. Besides maintaining your body’s ability to prep up properly for sex, it also ensures that you won’t find yourself unable to get rock hard on demand or perhaps come too soon in bed.

And come to think of it. Masturbation is no doubt one of the most pleasurable things you can do when you’re alone. (Here’s one way you can make the whole thing feel more awesome, too.)


Leave a Reply