Masturbating can be a fun activity for most people. But, do you know that masturbating way too much can be a huge problem. So, when does a harmless masturbation habit turn into an issue? Here are a few potential signs that you need to cut back on masturbating.

 

You Hurt Yourself

Some guys masturbate so often that they actually hurt themselves. These injuries could be mild (e.g., skin chafing) or a more serious condition like Peyronie’s disease, or scar tissue buildup in the shaft of your penis that can result from using too much pressure while stroking

Your Job Suffers

If you find that your masturbation habits are interfering with your social life, your job, or your desire to have sex with your partner, then it’s time to adjust your routine.           

Your Sex Life Suffers

Some guys who masturbate a lot use one specific type of stimuli like porn. However, when it comes time for them to actually have sex, they find that they can’t recreate the same type of excitement.

This is because basically, if you watch the same porn or use the same hand motions every time you masturbate, it teaches your brain and body to get off that way and that way alone.

You Always Think About It

You wake up wanting to masturbate. At lunch, your mind wanders to your favorite porn scene. Your commute home is almost unbearable, because you just want to sit on the couch with a beer and watch PornHub videos. If any of this sounds familiar, and you often find yourself distracted by thoughts of when or how you’re going to yank it next, that’s a strong indication you have a problem.

 

Too much of anything is always bad things. Go out with your friends. See actual people, not just fantasize about it. And if you ever need our help, we suggest St. Herb Butea Gel. This gel will help you masturbate more smoothly with better sensation.  Buy one now with $10 USD worldwide shipping fee at https://stherb.com/english/product/men-series/stherb-butea-gel.html

 

Credit: Men Health

 

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