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  • Not at all, other than mental health… masturbation makes you feel good therefore releases endorphins in the brain helping to improve mood, depression, etc.

    The adverse health effects are just wives tales that date back to the Victorians, they were used to scare kids into acting "moral" and "proper"

    Of course now we know that sex is not a bad or dirty thing, and as long as you choose the proper time and place for masturbation (unlike peewee herman…) there is absolutely nothing wrong with it!

  • Tom Dell

    There is no longer any doubt among doctors and therapists that the supposed negative effects of masturbation are false. It is a perfectly normal and healthy form of sexual expression. Ninety-five percent of men begin to masturbate at puberty, and many continue to do so throughout life without negative consequences.

    Masturbation only becomes a problem if it becomes a substitute for other forms of sexual activity.

    It is important however to masturbate in a way that will help you learn how to control ejaculation so that when you do have a partner premature ejaculation will not be an issue.

    No man is born with the ability to control. Controlling ejaculation is something you have to learn just as you had to learn to control your bladder as a child. We get taught to control our bladders but no one teaches us how to control ejaculation.

    Do not waste time or money on sprays, vitamins, herbs, dietary supplements or drugs. This is a learning problem and these things will not help you learn to control ejaculation any more than they can help you to learn to speak another language.

    There are a lot of high-priced programs advertised online but all you need is an inexpensive little book written by a doctor and sex therapist that has been used successfully for more than 32 years.

    It is called "Lasting Longer: The Treatment Program for Premature Ejaculation" by Dr. Sy Silverberg M.D. For more information just enter the doctor’s name in any search engine: Dr. Sy Silverberg M.D.

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