Masturbation: The taboo some people do

Addiction is an unrestrained enemy that has dishevel many students. It has travel it way into the heart of many which may or have made many vulnerable to harm.  Masturbation is not exceptional.
Masturbation is self-stimulating your genitals in a sexual way to the point of reaching an orgasm. It is a very common behavior among men and women and is a very normal part of growing up for children of both sexes. Most children play with their genitals between the ages of two and six. To a grown-up person, the sight of children fondling their own genitals can feel disturbing because he or she looks at the act through adult filters. It’s normal at this stage because to a child rubbing his or her genitals simply feels innocently pleasurable and is not “wrong” or “bad”, though in some cases, religious beliefs may induce people to label it as “bad”. If they are not weaned from this it becomes an addiction.
Researchers have proven that masturbation is a part of healthy sex life and study reveals profusion of health benefits for men after masturbation, which includes; prevention of prostate cancer, release of a little cortisol, which is the stress hormone to release stress. Relatively, masturbation has its own outrageous effects on the individual. Some persons pay attention to the pleasure of it and neglect the damage and consequences it may come with. Masturbation is generally not safe. It is harmful. It damages the nerves and blood vessels as a result of squeezing the penis, fatigue, weakness, early ejaculation, also inhibit sexual activities with your partner, injury to the penis, lower back pain, testicular pain, hair loss and may suffer from Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), scrutiny says. Are you not in danger? Are you in good health with this instance of effects?
Conclusively, avoiding it is the best cure. It is possible, yes, it is. There are a lot of assured way to walk out. If you find yourself masturbating, you may want to divert the excessive energy in a healthier way, such as: meditation, listening to music, joining dance classes, following an exercise routine such as aerobics, running, cycling, swimming etc. If the tendency persists, you may want to consult a psychiatrist or a counsellor as it can also be related to mental stress.
By: Tchetan Joy

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