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Masturbation: Does masturbation have a positive influence on psychological health?

  • Yes I love to

    1. Masturbation is a great way to learn to pleasure yourself. This is true for both men and women.

    2. It can help you to fall asleep. The relaxation that masturbation - and sex - provide is unbeatable just before sleep.

    3. Frequent masturbation in early adulthood is linked with a lower risk of prostate cancer later on. There seems to be some benefit to clearing out the pipes at least a few times per week. And if you do it more often, good for you! There's no harm in masturbating every day, if you feel like it (or several times per day).

    4. Some men find that masturbating before a date can help them to feel more calm and comfortable.

  • Yes I love to

    1. Masturbation is a great way to learn to pleasure yourself. This is true for both men and women.

    2. It can help you to fall asleep. The relaxation that masturbation - and sex - provide is unbeatable just before sleep.

    3. Frequent masturbation in early adulthood is linked with a lower risk of prostate cancer later on. There seems to be some benefit to clearing out the pipes at least a few times per week. And if you do it more often, good for you! There's no harm in masturbating every day, if you feel like it (or several times per day).

    4. Some men find that masturbating before a date can help them to feel more calm and comfortable.

  • Masturbation is good.



    Masturbation is good.
    I really think that masturbation has a positive influence on
    psychological health. Masturbation
    relieves tension and stress that builds up in the reproductive system. Masturbation is relaxing. Some people can only reach an orgasm after
    they masturbate for a long period of time.
    Masturbation puts you in touch with yourself.


  • Yes-- it helps someone maintain a positive view of their body and sexuality and enjoy sex better

    For a very long time, people were taught to be self-conscious about their bodies and sex in general. Masturbation counteract these negative attitudes by helping people become in tune with the sexual part of themselves and learn that there's nothing dirty, shameful, or immoral about the human body or feeling aroused.

    Another benefit of masturbation is that it helps individuals learn what sensations feel best to them, so that when they have sex, they can use what they've learned to tell their sexual partner what they can do to pleasure them. Lastly, masturbation teaches people, particularly women, that they don't have to completely rely on the other person doing all the work to bring them to orgasm, that they can also pleasure themselves during sexual intercourse to help themselves reach climax.

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