Health benefits of masturbation

Masturbation is a normal fun and healthy activity normally found among humans.

Individuals have been seen giving derogatory comment about it but little did they know that masturbation can help in your everyday life and constantly build your health.

Masturbation is normal, and can be a healthy way to learn about your body.
Masturbation is a common activity. It’s a natural and safe way to explore your body, feel pleasure, and release built-up sexual tension. It occurs among people of all backgrounds, genders, and races.
People are seen shaming masturbation probably because they feel it’s bad in the society or against there religion but pleasuring yourself and making yourself happy is not a crime and not against the law too. Masturbating is totally healthy, and totally normal. There are tons of myths out there meant to scare you into thinking masturbation is wrong or bad. But the truth is masturbation is perfectly safe. Masturbating won’t make you blind, crazy, or stupid. It won’t damage your genitals, cause pimples, or stunt your growth.

Ladies with sexual dysfunction, enhanced stimulation,including:masturbation can help increase sexual desire and sensitivity.
Masturbation is a healthy sexual activity. It has many benefits for your physical and mental health.Masturbation is safer than any other type of sex. You can’t get pregnant or get any sexually transmitted infections from masturbating.

Masturbation can help you learn what you like and don’t like sexually. And if you decide to have sex with someone, you can know what you do/don’t want to do. BONUS: getting comfortable talking about sex and your body with your partner makes it easier to talk about protecting yourself against STDs and pregnancy, too.
Exploring your body and learning how to give yourself sexual pleasure can be empowering and help improve your body image.

Masturbation can lower stress and help you relax. It even helps some people fall asleep.
Having an orgasm releases endorphins — feel good chemicals in your brain. Orgasms can be a natural painkiller and can even help with period cramps.
Mutual masturbation (masturbating with a partner) is a really safe way to have sex and let the other person know what feels good to you. If you share a sex toy, use condoms on the toy and clean it before swapping. And if you touch each other’s genitals, wash your hands before touching your own.

Masturbation and prostate cancer
Some research suggests that regular ejaculation may lower the risk of prostate cancer, though doctors aren’t exactly sure why.
A study found the risk of prostate cancer decreased by about 20 percent in men who ejaculated at least 21 times a month. Another research also discovered a similar link between frequent ejaculation and lower prostate cancer risk.
Masturbation during pregnancy
Self-pleasure may also help ease pregnancy symptoms, such as lower back pain. You may feel mild, irregular cramping, or Braxton-Hicks contractions, during and after orgasm.
Other health benefits of masturbation includes:
Reduction in stress.
Eases tension.
Enhance sleep quality.
Boost concentration.
Elevate mood.
Relieve menstrual cramps.
Alleviate pain.



  1. Reply

    Na to kuku go buy soap na????

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      Buy sponge join

  2. Reply

    Wah about the side effect

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      I will list it in a different article

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      Very interesting

  4. Reply

    I love this article everyone needs to see this article

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      Share it dear

  5. Reply

    The benefits are nice

  6. Reply

    Quite remarkable

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      I know right?

  7. Reply

    Funny but true

  8. Reply

    But dont be an addict

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      Tell them

  9. Reply

    Good to hear

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  12. Reply

    Nice info

  13. Reply

    Hmm…z well

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    I will pass

  15. Reply

    It’s side effects are quite more than the beneficial impacts.
    And it’s morally wrong to sexually exploit your body in that form.
    But I guess it’s your body, so shoot

  16. Reply

    Nice one

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