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The Science & Aftermath of Sexual Exhaustion - How excessive ejaculation causes damaging chemical changes


Masturbation and orgasms deplete the brain and spinal fluids of acetylcholine, dopamine and serotonin. Also diminished are hormones such as hGH, DHEA, testosterone, thyroxine (T4) and Triiodothyronine (T3), all neurotransmitters that are responsible for human functioning. All very important when it comes to sex. This deficiency melts the brain’s acetylcholine/parasympathetic, dopamine and serotonin nervous functions along with the endocrine functions. The damage results in symptoms of bladder and prostate problems; frequent urination, incontinency, semen leakage, enlarged prostate, etc…

People also experience hair loss as a result of masturbating way too frequently and they have no idea why. Young men especially wonder why they are losing hair. The answer lays in the imbalances of the body’s nutrients and hormones that over-masturbation produces. Over-conversion of testosterone into DHT leads to excessive DHT binding to the root of hair cells, blocking them from growing and cutting off supplies of nutrients and proteins, causing the hair to become thin and eventually stop growing altogether.

Frequent ejaculation also depletes the body of serotonin, causing an imbalance of it and melatonin. Melatonin is the chemical that controls your biological clock and tells you when to sleep and when to get sleepy. Serotonin, on the other hand, is responsible for fighting stress and anxiety as well as focus and concentration. It gets turned into melatonin for sleep and recharging. People who over-masturbate tend to experience a lack of concentration and fatigue. This is a direct result of depleting their bodies of serotonin.

Some people are clueless, and don’t understand that physical pain is usually an indication that something is wrong. If ejaculating hurts…stop doing it! Frequent ejaculations deplete your body of prostaglandin E-1, and until the body can reproduce sufficient amounts of the nutrient, there will be pain and soreness after ejaculating. Allowing the body to recover before ejaculating again is the first necessary step.
 
People also complain of pain in the prostate (which is due to an enlargement of the gland that causes restriction of urine flow and contributes to incontinency) after ejaculation. I tell them that their PSA levels have been elevated too high and won’t return to normal for at least a day or so. This is why the prostate is swollen and should be given time to rest before ejaculating again.
 
Fortunately, there are safe and effective ways to tend to the problem. Methods that have their roots in ancient Traditional Chinese Medicine are among the most trusted.

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Nathaniel Wayne's picture
Nathaniel Wayne posted on Thu, 05/30/2013 - 15:37
The loss of certain neurotransmitters can cause several damages. You won't be able to function properly or do any good. This will actually cause damage. Overmasturbation is the bad part because it will lead to the loss of vital neurotransmitters. You don't want to masturbate and ejaculate so much that you lose neurotransmitters or else you will have plenty of the symptoms of masturbation that are not good to the health.
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estenzoeric posted on Thu, 02/27/2014 - 03:39

Alex's picture
Alex posted on Mon, 09/16/2013 - 09:37
You will be able to answer the question about your testicular pain if you were to read this, Painful Testicle & Discomfort - Caused by Over Masturbation. That should give you more than enough answers. And the plus side, headaches are caused by the exact same thing. Just take it easy on the masturbation and internet pornography and you will be fine. It might be a hormonal thing as well caused by the masturbation.
Good luck! Stay healthy my friend.
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calvin3 posted on Mon, 06/29/2015 - 23:38
Serotonin, on the other hand, is responsible for fighting stress and anxiety as well as focus and concentration.
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