Masturbation… solo time… stroking the kitty or spanking the monkey…
No matter what you call it, there is nothing wrong with taking the time to pleasure yourself. It feels good and is a great alternative to casual sex (Read the related blog, The Case for Masturbation). Plus, masturbation allows you to get to know your body and explore what turns you on. But, did you know that masturbation has actually been shown to have health benefits? Read below to find out more awesome reasons to spend time masturbating!
Masturbation has been shown to help prevent prostate cancer. Studies have found that men who ejaculated more than five times a week were 30% less likely to develop prostate cancer.
Masturbation keeps you harder. Regular masturbation strengthens your pelvic floor muscles. This is turn helps to prevent erectile dysfunction and incontinence.
Masturbation relieves cramps. It increases blood flow to the pelvic area, which eases pain.
Masturbation alleviates urinary tract infections. It helps flush out bacteria from the cervix, providing much-needed relief to UTI sufferers.
Masturbation improves your ability to orgasm. If you discover what you need to orgasm on your own, you’ll have an easier time during sex. As they say, practice makes purpose. It also strengthens muscle tone in the your pelvic floor, which can lead to better sex.
Masturbation boots your immunity. Orgasms release the hormone cortisol. Cortisol is small doses helps to regulate and maintain your immunity.
Masturbation boosts your mood. It releases dopamine and oxytocin, chemicals that lift your spirits and improve your mood.
Masturbation helps you sleep. It lowers blood pressure and produces endorphins, the chemicals responsible for helping ease stress and increase relaxation.
Masturbation can relieve head and muscle aches. Orgasms release oxytocin, which is a natural pain reliever!
Masturbation is safe sex. In fact, it’s probably the safest kind of sex there is! There’s no risk of pregnancy or STD’s.
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