Masturbating Is Good for Your Health!
Did you know that every sexually active being has masturbated, but few people ever take the time to talk about it? Today we’re changing that with an honest discussion about masturbation, which, as it turns out, is actually quite good for you. Masturbation is not exclusive to one gender, and it’s not even unique to humans. Throughout the animal kingdom, masturbation is embraced and accepted, so isn’t it time that you remove the guilt and recognize just how great it can be to play with yourself? Aside from the obvious benefits that masturbation has to offer, there are many health benefits that you might not be aware of.
- Improve Your Sleep – It’s no secret that masturbation feels good. What you may not realize is that the endorphins and neurochemicals released when reaching the height of your pleasure will promote relaxation, relieve pain, and help you sleep better.
- Heighten Your Pleasure – Masturbation is particularly beneficial for women because women who masturbate tend to have fewer inhibitions in expressing what they enjoy when they are with their partners. Men who regularly participate in hand to gland combat will generally last longer in the bedroom, increasing their own pleasure as well as their partners’.
- Prevent Infections – Studies have indicated that ejaculating more than five times weekly will help to clear disease-causing toxins in the urogenital tract, which are a factor in prostate cancer risk. Overall, masturbation tends to be an immune booster, because it promotes the release of hormones that help keep the body healthy.
During Masturbation Month this May, don’t be afraid to explore what gets you off as you start to enjoy some of the added perks of self-stimulation. If you don’t want to go at it alone, invite your partner to watch to make things that much more interesting.