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8 Reasons why you should stop masturbation right now

After doing survey on a group of 50 people we came to this conclusions that all of those people who masturbate a lot are found to have these.
  1. All of them have low energy level, feel dump, they have a feelings as mind has been blocked if they do it more than once a day. 
  2. All of them suffer from guilt feeling, says “why I have done it, I will not do it again” many of them used to take bath after doing act. 
  3. Many of them used to sleep after doing act, so their daily routine is disturbed, charm or glow over face decreases. 
  4. Many of them found to have increased their spectacle number more frequently. 
  5. Creative ideas do not come in mind, develop impaired memory after long time. 
  6. You will not feel to go to gym to do exercises after doing act. 
  7. Many of regulars are found to have a burning sensation after 5-10 minutes of act, which remains for around 15 minutes and they get relief by pouring cold water over glans. This is felt due to inflammation of prostrate gland. 
  8. When you control over it for one month you will feel more energetic, more creative, good memory, able to complete your work at time, and with a charm or glow at your face.
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The Problems Masturbation Can Cause

It’s probably obvious that I’m a cheerleader for self-love, but that doesn’t mean masturbation is always a positive part of a relationship. Here are some signs that it might be time to reconsider your masturbation habits:
1. If It’s Creating Distance. Everyone needs a little alone time, especially in relationships, and masturbation can be a nice way to enjoy quality time with yourself. Sometimes, though, it can create too much distance between partners. People and relationships are messy and complicated, whereas your hand is delightfully free of emotions. This is a huge reason why masturbation can seem more enticing than trying to be intimate with your partner. But if you’re holed up masturbating in the den at the expense of connecting with your partner, your relationship is going to suffer.
2. If it’s the Only Way You Can Be Satisfied.Although there are plenty of ways that masturbation can make sex better, it can make partnered intimacy more difficult. Some people masturbate in very specific ways that can’t be replicated by another person. That’s fine in and of itself, but it can cause problems if it’s the only way you can get aroused or get off. For example, if you’re a man who always uses the “death grip”, or a woman who always uses the “power sander” setting on her Magic Wand, you may find being with a partner less satisfying. Some couples may feel perfectly content with working these specific masturbation patterns into their time together, but others may find them more invasive.
3. If It Replaces Your Desire for Your Partner. Ready to get into an extremely complicated grey area? In certain situations, masturbating on your own might mean that you don’t desire sex with your partner, or aren’t able to have sex with your partner. For example, some people may feel that masturbating decreases their sex drives, making them less likely to want to be intimate with their partners. Men with relatively long refractory periods may notice that masturbating prevents them from getting erect for their partners. You may end up in the uncomfortable position of having to choose between masturbation and having sex with your partner. This can be particularly challenging if you’re also the partner with the lower sex drive in your relationship. If your partner wants sex more frequently than you do, they may get frustrated by you essentially “taking away” the opportunity for the two of you to be intimate. Boof.
4. Masturbation Cause Hair Loss? Transmutation of sexual energy has been practised by Taoists for centuries as one of the key methods to preserve and cultivate good health. The fact that hair loss is occurring at an earlier and earlier age and with greater severity is no surprise when we take a step back and look at the excessive masturbation that most teenagers and young men partake in, especially with the rise of free and easily accessible internet pornography. (SEE : in depth article)

How to Maintain a Healthy Balance

We’ve gone over the pros and cons of masturbation in a relationship, so now let’s talk about how to get further on the “pro” side of the spectrum.

Be Honest About Your Habits

For most people, the extent of their masturbatory thought process is, “hmm, I’ve got a few minutes alone. Pants off!” Part of the joy of masturbation is its simplicity. Still, it’s worth trying to be a bit more thoughtful about your masturbatory tendencies. Ask yourself questions like, “are my masturbation habits causing any problems in my relationships with myself or with my partner?” and “is masturbation preventing me from having the type of partnered intimacy that I want?” This doesn’t have to be a major ordeal. Sometimes something as simple as taking a brief porn hiatus can resolve any issues that may have come up.

Masturbate with Your Partner

Masturbation is all about your personal relationship with your body, but you can occasionally bring in your partner, too. Try masturbating together. It can be a fun way to shake up your usual bedroom routine and ensure that you both get your rocks off. If you’re not in the mood, try watching your partner masturbate. Seeing your partner pleasure himself or herself is damn sexy, and you can always offer to help out by talking dirty or giving a little peep show.

Support Healthy Masturbation

Masturbation is going to play a different role in different relationships, but the key is to communicate. Not many people talk about masturbation openly, but honest discussions can make all the difference in the world. The more we support the healthy aspects of masturbation, the more we can decrease the negative effects. Have a conversation about the pros and cons of masturbation in your relationship. If you’re with a woman who is grappling with masturbatory shame, tell her you support her getting to know her body better. If you live with your partner, give them some alone time in the apartment and a knowing wink on your way out the door.

At the end of the day, you don’t need to ask permission to masturbate, but you want to make sure you’re on the same page about the role it plays in your relationship.
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