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Ill Effects Of Chronic Masturbation

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By Herballove Editorial Conditions: Men's Over Masturbation Symptoms: headache lower back pain Age: 18 - 35

A 19-year-old man experiences dizziness, headaches, and pains throughout his body as a result of chronic masturbation, porn viewing and marijuana abuse.

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I started masturbating when I was 14. Throughout the years, I would masturbate every day, sometimes close to 5 times, watching porn each time. Now, I am experiencing dizziness, headaches, and pains in my penis, testicles, lower back and neck. I stopped having sex for the past year, but continued to masturbate and smoke marijuana. Why do I continue to feel pain?


Over-masturbating has damaged your sexual functions. Excessive sexual activity and over-ejaculation lead to the overproduction of androgen hormones, causing adrenal and sex organ fatigue, and excess release of dopamine to maintain prolonged sexual arousal. The result can cause weak erections, lead to premature ejaculations, and cause bodily pains that you are having, i.e., headaches, dizziness, fatigue, back pain , and pain in the groin. (see a list of symptoms)
When you engage in too much sex, masturbation, pornography viewing, sexual fantasy, and orgasms, the body overproduces androgen hormones, which exhaust the sex organs and release excessive dopamine levels. Dopamine, a precursor to the stress hormone epinephrine (adrenaline), overproduces epinephrine and places the body in a prolonged state of fight-or-flight stress. Meanwhile, norepinephrine, synthesized from dopamine, releases adrenal medulla into the blood as a hormone, along with the stress hormone cortisol. The hormone prostaglandin E-2, which serves an important function in sexual arousal, is overproduced as well and can cause symptoms of sexual dysfunction, such as impotence, headaches, back pain, joint and muscle pain, and even premature ejaculation.
As for marijuana abuse, the drug raises the level of the inflammatory hormone prostaglandin E-2 in the body, a hormone that can induce inflammation in brain arteries. These narrowed arteries require high blood pressure to pump blood up to your brain. Because marijuana contains toxins, the plant poisons healthy cells in your body. The chemicals in marijuana gradually take over acetylcholine in the brain and nervous system, causing the brain and autonomonic nervous functions to become disordered along with bodily aches & pains.
You must detox your body and refrain from sexual activity. By taking Cannabis Detoxification For Poor Erection Recovery, your body will flush out the toxins caused by mairjuana abuse and restore back your sex organs. Also by refraining from masturbation, your body will stop feeling the inflammtion caused by excessive sexual activity.

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colin music posted on Fri, 05/24/2013 - 11:24
This guy is dumb from all that marijuana. If sex didn't help he should have stopped masturbation. It is still a sexual activity just like sex.
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kole way posted on Mon, 02/04/2013 - 09:55
I think this is something that is pretty bad. The way that masturbation can lead to longtime problems. Especially when it has to do with masturbation due to a porn addiction.
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ajjs03 posted on Tue, 01/29/2013 - 10:12
My boyfriend used to have problems with this. I guess he used to masturbate so much that even now he couldn't control it when we have sex. What a horrible thing to happen to guys.
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