For some people masturbation is still a taboo, but studies have proved that in several societies 95% of men masturbate at least once per month and 89% of women who have had active sex life in the past, also have done it several times.
Although masturbation is still a topic some people are ashamed to talk openly, we are going to talk about the scientific studies that have been done to this subject, and what are the health benefits (physical & psychological benefits) for both men and women, and why shouldn’t be scared or ashamed to talk about it.
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It prevents cancer: An Australian study back in 2003 found that men’s ejaculation a few times per week can reduce the possibility of develop prostate cancer and urinary tract infections. By ejaculating men can release some desease causing toxins located in the urogenital tract. Studies also are showing that female masturbation can provide protection against cervical infections because when women masturbate, the orgasm opens the cervix.
It prevents incontinence and sexual impotence. By the pass of the ages, men muscles will lose toning. Studies have shown that having frequent sex or “beating off” occasionally works out men’s pelvic floor muscles to prevent erectile dysfunction and incontinence.
It helps you last longer: In contrast of the regular thinking, “to beat the bishop” generates men’s precocity in the act of sex. Well if you “jerk off” compulsively, it is probably possible, but “to masturbate “can be used just for the opposite. To train yourself controlling time when you want have the orgasm will give you more control when you are with your partner.
It ups your immunity. In contrast of the belief that male ejaculation reduces defenses. By “choking the chicken” three times per week, it increases levels of the hormone cortisol, which actually help regulate and preserve your immunity in the small doses.
Improves the mood. “To date Rosey Palmer and her 5 sisters” occasionally helps relieve depressive emotions. When women or men become aroused, their hormone levels of dopamine and epinephrine generate in them mood-boosters. Many studies have shown that people who report personal satisfaction in their sex lives, live with less stress and better mood that people that are not having sex satisfaction at all.
Masturbation can help work against insomnia and tension release. Many men who “jerk the johnson” or women who double-click their mouse that find difficulty to sleep after a hectic day, after the climax of masturbation, their hormones of oxytocin and endorphins are released, getting the feeling of calmness, and making them feel serenity that helps them sleep.
There are many false beliefs among youth about masturbation, like the followings:
Pimples (acne): Acne is a skin disease caused by virus and sometimes by bacteria and has nothing to do with masturbation. Consider that three orgasms per week, generating at least 30% more immunoglobulin in saliva, so the 30% increase in defense for the body, so this means that there is no relationship between acne and “jerking the gherkin”.
Reduce Strength or Make you weak: Neither masturbation nor other sexual activity affect muscle power or makes you skinny (or). It is true that you spend in the act some energy, but the levels or strength are not affected at all.
It will give you dark circles under eyes: Dark circles are due to many causes sometimes because parents have it and are a genetic load. Dark circles are also due the late night, or lack of sleep, but never due to “have a date with Pamela handerson”.
You will inattentive, easily lose concentration and influence your ability to learn. Some studies have shown that people with any sexual activity, are more active and therefore less depressed than those who are repressed sexual desires. “Getting horny” thinking about sexual acts could distract you, but not because “you make love with yourself” ocassionally.