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Depends on kind: Normally during sexual arousal the mucous membranes of the nose and sinuses become engorged causing the "heavy breathing" associated with sex. Thus heavy breathing is common after masturbation. However, you should not have real problems breathing. Those could indicate a physical problem, an anxiety state, or rarely sexually induced asthma. ...Read more
Masturbation: Masturbation is a form of autoerotism. I am not certain masturbation is totally wrong, but I do think that it can lead to sexual behavior that limits you from having sex with a partner. That is it trains you to simply want to please yourself and it decreases your ability to feel for another. It is often associated with use of pornography. Another type of human bondage. ...Read more
there is no scientific reason to limit or deny anyone the ability to masturbate. This natural human experience is a normal part of life. Sexuality can enhance our lives in numerous ways.
Thus sexual activity that is intimate, personal, and when not harming anyone else is of no concern to medicine.
It is not either good or bad. But it is natural and normal. Please enjoy. ...Read more
Not Sure Of Question: Not sure of what you are asking, but masterbation can occur at any age, not just during youth. ...Read more
As above : See u pcp for evaluation and advise. ...Read more
Not good not bad.: Only you know how many times you are capable. May want to check the guiness book of world records. ...Read more
I am 38 years old here i just tell u that in my teen age I use to mosterbation and near about 15 year regularly i did this and after some year i felt?
Yes: Masturbation is a healthy, normal part of sexuality. It can help you learn what feels good to you so you can communicate better with your partner. The only time masturbation is harmful is if it becomes obsessive and interferes with your daily activities or takes the place of meaningful relationships. ...Read more
Neither good nor bad: Normal men, women, boys, and girls masturbate (it's universal). It isn't harmful, as the body goes through similar effects during regular sex with a partner (but too much of anything may become a problem). Masturbation does not stunt height, cause hair loss or gray hair, make you weak, create heart problems, lower testosterone, affect virginity, lower fertility, change your weight, or damage eyes. ...Read more
Qualified NO: Masturbation is a normal sexual process. It starts in infancy and is carried out through the geriatric population. Only when it becomes a major part of one's daily activities and one is preoccupied with this activity and it interferes with social health and mental health and is a detriment to other relationships, is it a problem. The old saying "everything in moderation" stands. ...Read more
Masturbation is Safe: Most surveys suggest that the practice is quite common, especially (not surprisingly) amongst men. There are stress relieving benefits to orgasm, and some studies have shown improved sleep. There are no scientific concerns regarding ill effects from it. "too much" is relative. If your practices keep you from performing your job and other responsibilities then certainly it is too much. ...Read more
Desire: 1. Have a desire to stop. 2. Stop all pornography. 3. Make a goal i.e. No masturbation for 3 days, then increase the goal and keep adding on to it. 4. Be accountable to someone such as a friend, partner, spouse or counselor that you can trust and confide in to keep you honest with yourself, and check in with them daily. ...Read more
Is Masturbation bad?:
There is no health reason to not masturbate. Nearly all humans do masturbate or have masturbated.
This is part of human sexuality and should carry no shame, guilt or worry of disease. ...Read more