On a large scale, masturbation is condemned by many religions. It’s viewed as a sin. In addition, you may been told that masturbation can lead to blindness, hairy palms, impotence, deformed children, or dead kittens. These are myths and do not hold any substantial evidence. Whatever the case, “masturbation” can be beneficial to your health. But there’s a saying that everything that has advantages surely has some disadvantages. So, masturbating could affect you in some circumstances. In this article, we take a nosedive into some few tips on ‘masturbation’ that you should know.
Masturbation is almost certainly good for your sex life
Arguably, research has proven that “masturbation” improves one’s sex life. This is true because it gives you the chance to experiment with sex and to see where you fall short. It gives you an idea of how and what you should do to improve your stamina.
Masturbating doesn’t reflect on your relationship
Oneof the most damaging myths about male masturbation is that it’s a sign something is wrong in your relationship. Levkoff, a sexologist, explains that people masturbate if they are single, whether or not they are in a good relationship. He added that it has nothing to with their partners. He also said that, for many people, it’s a routine way of relieving stress, clearing your head before work, or going to sleep.
It’s not risk-free
Theabsence of STDs, UTIs, and unwanted pregnancy, shows that masturbation is the safest means of having intercourse. Though, it’s low risk, frequent or rough ‘masturbation’ can cause minor skin irritation. Forcefully bending an erect penis rupture the chambers that fill with blood, a rare but a painful condition called penile fracture.
It doesn’t have the same benefits that real sex does
Study has shown that though the health benefits are enormous, masturbation doesn’t equal the health benefits of sex.