So You Don't Masturbate In A Regular Basis…

So You Don’t Masturbate In A Regular Basis…

Masturbation is perhaps a subject that you can completely claim to be an expert in with all the hands-on experience that you’ve already got with it. And if you’re anything like most guys, chances are you frequently give it a go as well.

But the thing is some men tend to view masturbation only as a form of release or a quick way of getting sexual gratification, which makes them want to avoid doing it altogether.

Now while “playing pocket pool” or “having a date with Palmela Handerson” is no doubt one of the most pleasurable experiences that you can go through, it actually has a significant health benefit that you’re totally missing out on if you don’t have masturbation in your regular schedule.

Make sure you follow along to find out more…

During my extensive research into the male sexuality, I learned that masturbating regularly has a key contribution in regulating cortisol levels in the body.

If you’ve been following for a long time now, you probably already know that cortisol is a type of stress hormone that can disrupt your sexual arousal from kicking in properly when their numbers get off the charts.

And just to give you an idea of how erratic cortisol levels can ruin your performance when things get hot in the bedroom, having excessive amounts of this stress hormone in your body won’t just prevent you from getting rock hard on demand, but also activate your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses way ahead of time during lovemaking.

However, here’s where things get interesting…

Sure cortisol has a bad rap for being a stress hormone and all, but it actually plays a key role in the body’s overall immunity. As long as its numbers are kept within a certain range, cortisol has been seen to help boost the immune system in various clinical hormone therapy studies.

And do you know what hormone therapy specialists found to be a very effective way to do this? Masturbation.

This is because ejaculating regularly helps keep the balance of stress – or negative – hormones and their positive counterparts in tiptop shape. Apart from maintaining cortisol in their ideal levels, you’re also going to strengthen your body’s overall immunity while at it.

How’s that for two for two?

So if you’re still not in the habit of “tickling your pickle,” “slapping the salami” or “having a knee trembler,” you’re definitely missing out because it really does your body a lot of good.

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