Tuesday, 11 June 2013

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masturbation, Health,

The benefits (plus effects) of Masturbation have been strongly contested over the years , while some have argued that masturbation has negative side effects which far outweighs any benefits (plus effects) it may seemingly have and that those advocating for it’s benefits are just looking for a reason to continue in their perverted ways, others have stated and proved the real benefits of masturbationto include:

1. Anti-depressants: 

Regularly waxing the brass candlestick has been ironically said to be an antidepressant, and boast well being. This is  said to be due to the neurochemicals oxytocin and dopamine  released in the process  which are  body chemicals  responsible for happiness , relaxation and addiction.

2. Better  Sexual Experience: 

Masturbation has been said to boast blood circulation to the genital area and increase sexual response and feeling, leading to better sexual experiences for both male and female. In male, it has been said to help in  achieving harder and stronger erections because it helps to work the pelvic muscles and prevent penile dysfunction. It has also been said to make sexual experience last longer due to delay in climax.

3. Immunity:

 Masturbation has also been linked to immunity improvement due to the release of an hormone called cortisol, which  is often referred to as the stress hormone which actually plays an important role in regulating the body’s immune system and increase it’s ability to fight diseases.

4. Cancer prevention: 

Based on some study conducted in Australia in 2003 ( 10 years ago now), men who masturbated and had sex regularly had a very reduced risk of developing cancer of the prostrate. Masturbation pumps out toxins in the body from the urogenital tract and this helps to prevent the build up of  cell damaging toxins that can lead to cancer.

5. Prevent infection:

Masturbation has been said to lower the risk of cervical and urinary tract infections. In females,  the orgasms opens the cervix known as tenting, the process of tenting stretches and pulls the mucous within the cervix, allowing for acidity rise  in the cervical fluid. This increases “friendly” bacteria and allows more fluid to move from the cervix into the vagina. When“old” fluid moves from the tented cervix, it not only lubricates the vagina, but also flushes out unfriendly organisms that can cause infections.

There you have it. Now you can simply way your options and Do It Yourself!