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Monday, September 10, 2012

The Story About Masturbation

Monday, September 10, 2012
What is masturbation? Masturbation can be defined as the stimulation by self which led to some sexual sensation. Usually the word masturbation is used for people who are exploring their genitals to achieve sexual satisfaction or orgasm. Not just male who enjoy masturbation, but also female. To most male or female, masturbation is a normal behavior. It is the first overt sexual act done by most of them.

In fact, the habit of masturbation has been entrenched for a long time. In the 18th and 19th centuries, the parents strongly opposed to this one activity. Boys and girls had been frightened that masturbation would lead to blindness, madness and other diseases. Various different ways used in accordance with their respective cultures to prevent masturbation.

In the opinion of health care experts, masturbation is a way to express and explore the quality of sex, and release of sexual desire without having to bear the risk of a sexual relationship, such as pregnancy. But, after the fun is over, many people come to feel guilty and ashamed of it. The reason, sex has to do with the purpose of reproduction, and masturbation deviated from that goal. Clearly, there are differences of opinion among experts of various disciplines about masturbation. Religious expert opinions will obviously be very different with opinions of health care experts.

According to the study, masturbation can provide benefits to the body. More than 70 percent of women reported having a good orgasm while masturbating. It is also useful to prevent urinary tract infections. For male, masturbation helps get rid of the old sperm and create way to new sperm. In addition to medical benefits, masturbation has emotional and psychological benefits.

But masturbation that is uncontrolled with high frequency and unhealthy way, can cause health problems. Male masturbation in high frequency can cause prostate cancer. Unhealthy female masturbation can also trigger cervical cancer in women. There is no standard standard or how much masturbation is considered excessive. Too much or excessive masturbation also can not be determined simply from the number of times you masturbate in a day or a week.

You need to dig deeper and start asking yourself some questions about masturbation habits, such as the following:
1. Does masturbation cause you stress?
2. Does masturbation cause physical pain or damage to the body?
3. Does masturbation change the way you live?
4. Do you really can not stop masturbating?

If the answer is 'YES' to all of these questions, then perhaps your masturbation is considered too much (addiction). If you begin to interfere with the activity of masturbation, maybe it is time for you to stop. Life is not just about indulging your sexual needs. First tips for stopping masturbation addiction is looking and doing positive things that make you happy and fun in the activity.

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