Chances are you’re no stranger to masturbation if you’re reading this.
Although solo sex is almost always getting a bad rap from a lot of people, it is actually very beneficial for you. And not just for making you feel good whenever you do it, too!
Apart from helping keep your reproductive system in tiptop shape, giving a masturbation a go regularly can also help you become a better lover.
So make sure you follow along to learn why you should “badger the witness,” “play one-handed baseball,” “rough up the suspect,” “tickle your pickle” and “battle the purple-headed yogurt slinger” more often…
Masturbation helps relieve stress.
Did you know that the brain stimulates the endocrine glands to produce and release a lot of feel-good hormones every time you masturbate?
Apart from helping uplift your mood when you’re experiencing stress, these hormones are also going to make achieving and maintaining a stable erection easier since they are instrumental in prepping you up for lovemaking.
Feel-good hormones are the ones triggering the erogenous zones to become extra sensitive during sexual arousal, so as picking up the blood pressure and heart rate when things get hot in the bedroom.
The next time you’re feeling a bit down or under the sun, try giving masturbation a shot and you’ll be surprised with the results.
Masturbation can help prevent prostate cancer.
Prostate cancer usually starts out when toxins build up constantly in and around the prostate. Unless they are flushed out of the body, your risks of getting the disease are going to be very high in the long run.
What’s really interesting is that the body actually gets rid of these toxins when you ejaculate. You are actually flushing out these unwanted visitors from your system during the same.
This simply means that the more frequently you masturbate, the more protected you are against these prostate cancer-causing toxins.
Come to think of it. You’re not just going to experience pleasure when you masturbate, but also preventing prostate cancer while at it. How’s that for two for two?
Masturbation helps stave off premature ejaculation.
Your body’s orgasmic and ejaculatory responses kick in when the brain thinks that you’ve already experienced enough pleasurable sensations during lovemaking.
However, you can train your body to delay these responses by masturbating regularly.
Besides easily differentiating the sensations that you feel during sex , including the ones that signal that you’re about to reach the Big O and ejaculate, you can also know when to slow down a bit to prevent coming too quickly.