Masturbation is one of the best things you can do for your body. If you want to treat your body well, then you want to add masturbation to your list of ways to do just that. If you’re active, eat well, and avoid toxins like smoking and excessive drinking, then why aren’t you masturbating, too? And if you are, why aren’t you masturbating more? It’s not like you can overdo it, well, except for those few times I was late to work, because I couldn’t stop, but I’ve never been one to adhere to the advice of moderation so that’s on me.
The mental and physical health aspects of masturbation aside, it also makes you better at sex. No joke. It’s a woman who masturbates and masturbates often who’s killing in the sack. Here are a few reasons why.
First, masturbation helps to promote healthy blood flow to the genitals. By improving circulation to this area, you can ensure that your sexual response stays in tip-top shape and that your orgasms remain strong and powerful.
Studies have found that a negative perception of your body can really mess up your libido. Not only can it make it so you don’t enjoy sex as much as you should, but that you don’t even want it all. But in masturbating regularly you become more comfortable with your body.
By enjoying masturbation, you can keep connected to your own sexual desires and fantasies, and learn what excites you.
The best way to strengthen any muscle is to exercise it. When you masturbate, that’s exactly what you’re doing to your pelvic floor muscles.Stronger pelvic floor muscles lead to better sex and more orgasms. Better sex how, you ask? If you’ve ever clenched your partner’s penis with your vaginal muscles during sex, then you know exactly what I’m talking about. It’s like giving a hand job during penetration and feels amazing for both of you.
Regular masturbation can help prevent urinary tract infections, yeast infections, and even cervical infections. What this means is that without these things standing in the way of your sex life, you get to have more sex, which is essentially practice that makes you even better at it. Practice makes perfect, people.
Sex therapists across the globe have found that men who experience premature ejaculation during sexual intercourse can benefit from masturbation about 2 hours before sex. This enables them to have a longer duration of intercourse before another ejaculation comes on.
Taking yourself to palm prom may help you stretch your sack sessions. Train yourself by timing how long it takes you to orgasm. If it usually takes two minutes solo, try for three next time. Or count how many strokes you need to get to your happy place. If you’re spurting after 50, shoot for 60. Practice makes perfect, right?
Masturbation has been used in the management of stress, as it results in release of feel-good hormones, called oxytocin, in the body. It has also been found useful in dealing with depression.