There is a big question that many people want answers too. Masturbation is a topic many people feel uneasy to talk about. The stigma attached to it is unfounded and unjust. We have been throughout history by people in power (religious leaders) that it is a sin and wrong.
Well people everyone masturbates Alfred Kinsey in published his results after a 15 year studies in the late 1940’s to early 1950’s that stated 95% of males and 60% of females had masturbated. A later study by The National Life Survey confirmed these results suggesting 48-95% of people masturbate.
There is no mythical figure that is normal. The amount of times that people masturbate is up to the individual. Professors do agree that there are no physical or mental implications for frequent masturbation, unless it can be linked to a symptomatic or obsessive/compulsive disorder (OCD). The easy way to spot this type of behaviour is if it starts to interfere with your daily life such as professional responsibilities or personal relationships.
Masturbation can alleviate tension and does have benefits. Research by Australia’s Cancer Council Victoria found that the more you often that a man *** tes during the ages of 20 to 50, the less likely they were to suffer the diseases that kills more than a million men each year such as prostate cancer.
The survey of 1,079 prostate cancer patients and 1,259 healthy men found that those who masturbated had sex at least once a day in their 20’s were are third less likely to suffer the predicament
The overall conclusion is that you have to be honest with yourself. If masturbation is damaging your work life or a personal relationship then maybe you have a problem. If not lie back and think of England!
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