IS TOO MUCH MASTURBATION GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH???
Too much masturbation could lead to premature ejaculation but not the way you imagined it but good thinking though.
Excessive masturbation and ejaculation often results in over production of sex hormones and neurotransmitters such as acetylcholine, dopamine and serotonin. When there is too much of these hormones and neurotransmitters, changes occur in body chemistry, which may lead to either premature ejaculations but also pain after ejaculation or during erection or even headaches after ejaculations.
But not only that, too much masturbation could lead to nutritional and hormonal deficiency and may lead to lack of energy and sleeping disorders. It could also lead to stress, anxiety, and impairment of your concentration.
You may also feel down in the dumps because excessive masturbation and ejaculations draws too much serotonin (neurotransmitter in the brain). When there is excessive production, a lack of production is followed afterwards and it is serotonin that influences our mood. If a person masturbated constantly, the body doesn’t have the time to produce serotonin and this person is constantly lacking serotonin, which means low mood and many other problems.
Now, this doesn’t mean that you should stop masturbating, feel guilty, think about this every tine you masturbate and similar. Masturbation is perfectly healthy, recommended, decreases sexual tension but should be done in moderation.
So, 2-3 times a week is recommended but I don’t think that 5-week would do you any harm. But doing it a couple of times a day, every day is way too much.
Doctors warn of ‘aggressive’ new sexually-transmitted superbug
Doctors are warning of a new sexually-transmitted superbug that they say could ultimately prove more deadly than AIDS. The antibiotic-resistant strain of gonorrhea HO41 was reportedly discovered in Japan in a 31-year-old female sex worker. “This might be a lot worse than AIDS in the short run because the bacteria is more aggressive and will affect more people quickly,” Alan Christianson, a doctor of naturopathic medicine, recently told CNBC. “Getting gonorrhea from this strain might put someone into septic shock and death in a matter of days. This is very dangerous.” Reportedly added William Smith, executive director of the National Coalition of STD Directors: “It’s an emergency situation. As time moves on, it’s getting more hazardous.”
According to CNBC, Smith urged Congressional lawmakers as late as last week to allocate additional funding – $54 million – to develop an antibiotic capable of fighting HO41, as well as to conduct a public awareness campaign.
“I’m hopeful we’ll get the additional funds, but I can’t say for sure,” Smith reportedly said. “What I do know is we don’t have the resources to fight this as it stands now.”
“People need to practice safe sex, like always,” Christianson told CNBC. ” The way gonorrhea works, not everyone knows they have it. And with this new strain it’s even more important than ever to find out. “