Masturbation is a great way to experiment and learn about your specific needs and responses to sexual pleasure, and can help you have a healthy and fulfilling sex life. Learn how to use masturbation to enhance your sex life by following these simple steps.
• Use masturbation to learn about your body and your sexuality. When you masturbate alone, let your fantasies come to life in your mind as you might not be able to in regular intercourse. • Use masturbation as foreplay, to prepare for future sexual contacts or to provide excitement prior to penetration.
• Experiment with using masturbation to prolong the sex act. Since masturbation is a controlled stimulation, use it maintain an erection or prolong the climax. • Build your sexual stamina. Practice using masturbation to bring you close to climax, and then focus on prolong it. Pay attention to what triggers your orgasm, what feels relaxing, and what feels exciting.
Over Masturbation Side Effects: -
• Sexual Effects: - Men who over-masturbate often have problems with premature ejaculation. Further, compulsive masturbation may be offensive to your sexual partner, as it may be seen as a substitute for seeming unsatisfactory intercourse. Frequent sexual activity -- masturbation or intercourse also creates a surplus of sex hormones and neurotransmitters in the brain. With an excess of these chemicals, you may feel fatigued, and some men report weaker erections over the long term. • Physical Effects: - Men who do masturbate too often report abrasions and trauma to their penises. Urologists also report that men who masturbate often develop a curve to their penis. Some men use masturbation techniques that are in fact abusive to the penis, such as using hard surfaces or by forcing the penis to bend. These techniques can cause future erection problems. • Emotional and Social Effects: - Though not a disorder itself, obsessive masturbation can be a symptom of sexual addiction, a compulsive disorder. Sexual addiction can have other more dangerous behaviors, including high-risk sexual activity. In younger men and women, masturbation becomes an issue when it is performed in public or risky areas, or if over-masturbation begins to interfere with school or healthy social relationships, as this may be a signal of real or perceived emotional deprivation.
How to Have a Better Sex Life: -
• Communication is essential. You must be able to openly and honestly express what you like/desire with your partner and vice versa. If you cannot do this, then you will not receive what you want. Have an open and non judging mindset. • Engage in Foreplay. It is helpful in relaxing both partners and encouraging a more inviting atmosphere. Take your time and kiss, caress erogenous zones of the body such as the neck near the jaw, the collar bone, arms, and thighs. • Engage in intercourse. Continue with various elements of foreplay, like kissing and caressing various parts of the body. Pay attention to your partners body language, you will know from their responses what they like without having to say • Take your time. You are not diffusing a bomb. Sex is supposed to be a pleasurable experience. It is impossible if you are overly determined.
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