Masturbation Good Or Bad – Read Secret Health Benefits & Side Effect


There are many speculations and facts about masturbation of men. Everyone discussed the harm, benefits, consequences of masturbation, but the researchers did not come to a common opinion. There are many social, medical, religious aspects of masturbation. Let’s try to figure out whether masturbation can be done at all, whether it is a full-fledged substitute for sex, what benefits exist from self-gratification and what is its harm.

People masturbate for many reasons. These include pleasure, pleasure, pleasure, and release from stress. Some people masturbate alone, while others masturbate with a partner. Statistics show a figure of 80% when they talk about the prevalence of masturbation. And this figure, of course, includes married men who have regular partners. Before assessing whether there is any benefit or continuous harm from self-gratification.


let’s look at the Reasons For Masturbation:

  • Lack of sexual partner: The inability to perform full sexual intercourse leads to the fact that a huge number of young men begin to practice onanism.
  • Sexual Desire: Child or teen masturbation as a stage of sexual formation of men.
  • Stress factor: Often the ways of men to relax are reduced to 2 phenomena – get drunk and have sex. If the partner is available, then everything is in order, and if you need to relax urgently, then you can masturbate in the toilet, closed office, etc.
  • Loss of interest: in a permanent partner.
  • Laziness:  Sometimes it is banal for a man to be lazy to look for a partner or to be engaged in her satisfaction.
  • Lack of satisfaction: from the usual practice of sex. The reason may be psychological trauma or the incompatibility of partners with each other. The psychologist will help to understand.
  • Self-improvement: To prolong normal sexual intercourse, some men prefer to quickly self-satisfaction in front of him.

Surely you can find a dozen reasons for self-satisfaction, but is it worth it? Probably, only an experienced psychologist can figure out the intricacies of the human psyche.

Is it safe? Is it common, or can it cause sexual dysfunction? Most men do it, and why not?

Masturbation, among other things, also relieves stress and helps to fall asleep. This article discusses the potential side effects of masturbation and sorts the facts from fiction regarding masturbation myths. It also identifies some of the health benefits of masturbation.

There are many myths about masturbation. Although many of them have been debunked several times, they seem to appear again and again.

Most applications of masturbation are not supported by science. Often there is no scientific evidence that masturbation causes any side effects.


Masturbation does not cause:

  • Blindness
  • low sperm count
  • impotence later in life
  • mental illness
  • erectile dysfunction
  • physical weakness
  • penis curvature
  • Infertility
  • hairy palms
  • truncation of the penis

Some couples worry that their relationship must be unsatisfactory if one of them masturbates; this is also a myth. One study found that women who masturbated had happier marriages compared to those who did not masturbate.


Side Effects of Masturbation

Masturbation is harmless. Some people may experience irritation or tender skin if they are too rough, but this usually heals in a few days.

If men often masturbate for a short time, they may experience a slight swelling of the penis, called edema. This tumor usually disappears after a couple of days.

Other potential side effects include:

Decreased sexual sensitivity

If men have an aggressive masturbation method that involves too tight a grip on their penis, they may experience a decrease in sensation. A person can decide this over time with a change in technique.

Increased stimulation, such as using a vibrator, can increase arousal and overall sexual function in both men and women.

Women who use the vibrator reported improved sexual function and lubrication, while men had improved erectile function.


Some people who worry that masturbation is contrary to their religious, spiritual or cultural beliefs may feel guilty. However, masturbation is not immoral or wrong, and pride is not shameful.

Discussing feelings of guilt with a friend, a health professional or a sexual health therapist can help a person overcome the feelings of guilt or shame they associate with masturbation.

Prostate cancer

The jury does not know whether the risk of masturbation of prostate cancer increases or decreases. Researchers need to do more research before they can come to a conclusion.

A 2003 study found that men who ejaculated more than five times a week for 20 years were one third less likely to develop aggressive prostate cancer than those who ejaculate less often.

Researchers suggest that reducing the risk is due to the fact that frequent ejaculation may prevent the accumulation of malignant tumors in the prostate gland.

A similar relationship between frequent ejaculation and a lower risk of developing prostate cancer was found in a 2016 study. The researchers found that men who ejaculated 21 times a month or more had a lower risk of developing prostate cancer.

In contrast, a 2008 study found that frequent sexual activity for 20 and 30 years in men increased the risk of prostate cancer, especially if he masturbated regularly.

Disruption of daily life

In rare cases, some people can masturbate more than they want, which can:

  • make them skip work, school or important social events
  • interrupt the daily work of a person
  • affect their responsibilities and relationships
  • serve as a deliverance from relationship problems or as a substitute for real experience

Someone who thinks they may be adversely affected by their masturbation practices should speak with a health professional.

A doctor or counselor may suggest therapy to talk to determine how they can manage their sexual behavior.

Counseling a sex therapist can also help with over-masturbation strategies.


Health Benefits of Masturbation

Masturbation has many physical and mental benefits. Few studies focus on the benefits of masturbation, but studies show that sexual stimulation, including stimulation through masturbation, can:

  • tension release
  • cheer up
  • reduce stress
  • improve sleep quality
  • relieve menstrual cramps
  • ease the pain
  • increasing concentration
  • improve sex

Masturbation has also been defined as a strategy to improve sexual health by promoting intimacy, studying complacency, desires, and needs, reducing unwanted pregnancy, and preventing sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV transmission.

Persons who prefer to abstain from sex or who currently do not have a sexual partner can often masturbate as a sexual outlet.

Masturbation also has sexual health benefits, especially for older women, such as less vaginal dryness and less pain during sex.


How to Masturbate a Man?

It has long been no secret that women’s hands are more tender. Many men like when a woman touches a member and testicles and even masturbates. In order to do it right, and to give pleasure to a partner, it is worth remembering a few points.

It is necessary to know and remember that the trunk of a member is not very sensitive, and you can squeeze it with your fingers or palms strongly enough. The head, on the contrary, requires accuracy in touch. The most sensitive place, similar in brightness to the sensations, is a narrow strip from which sperm erupts. This particular area of the penis is the most gentle, and you should touch it either with the tip of your tongue or with your fingertip.

Masturbation is better from the back, so the female hand will be at the penis level, as a man himself would have done.

It is necessary to start with slow movements, gradually accelerating the pace and increasing the girth of the barrel member. It is better to hold the hand so that the thumb is pointing up, and the rest are just wrapped around and squeezed. When the man is ready to finish, you can firmly squeeze the head of the penis with your fingers, while holding the seed channel. It will not let come immediately. After that, you can continue to masturbate. Men like it when a woman controls ejaculation and touches the way a partner would like. The process itself can be completed with a sentence to end on any part of the body at the request of the man.



Some people may feel embarrassed, guilty or ashamed when they talk about masturbation. But masturbation is normal, healthy, not guilt.

Masturbation will not cause blindness or cause physical and mental problems. In many cases, masturbation has more health benefits than side effects.

Masturbation is usually only a problem if it begins to interfere with everyday life and relationships with friends, family, colleagues and romantic partners.

In these circumstances, it may be helpful to talk with your doctor, especially with a sex therapist. If you do masturbation in right way with limitaion then it’s good for you.

Harry Devin
Hi Guys, this is Harry Devin, An experienced sexologist from Manchester, UK. I love to share my experience with the people to improve their sexual health and such kinds of issues......Read More Get Me on Social Channels: Facebook | Google+  |  Twitter | Linkedin

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