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So Much Love, So Little Hair – The Link Between Balding and Masturbation

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By Chris Scalise Conditions: Men's Over Masturbation Symptoms: lower back pain thinning hair Age: 18 - 35

Chronic masturbation was not only leaving him sore between the thighs, but was also causing his hair to thin prematurely. Learn about the shocking link, and see what you can do to prevent it.

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I am 22 years old and have been having pains in my groin area and lower back lately. I have also experienced thinning in my hair but I am unsure why this would be happening. The pain seems to always start after I masturbate, which I have been doing since I was 13. I have been to the urologist but there is no luck with any of this. I have a feeling this pain might be caused by over masturbation. I have been to the urologists but they all say I am fine, I know better! It has to be the masturbation.


There's a great home remedy for prematurely thinning hair, and few people are even aware of it. Are you ready? It's very simple. Just head to your local batting cages, standstill, and let the baseballs fire directly at your groin for about an hour. Your penis will be so sore that you won't have any desire to masturbate whatsoever, and that will most assuredly stop your thinning hair. But of course...it won't do anything for your existing pains. If anything it will only exacerbate it to a tremendous degree. So perhaps we should consider other solutions.
The Masturbation Connection
Maybe you're wondering why masturbation would cause your penis to hurt and your hair to thin in the first place. When you were 11 or 12 years old and discovered the wonders of masturbation for the very first time, you probably thought to yourself, “Wow, this feels incredible, and there are absolutely no consequences for it.” Unfortunately, that's never true in life. Everything that feels good has consequences: eating too much junk food, masturbating profusely, swimming naked in shark-infested waters...
The problem with masturbation is this: When you do it too much, your body undergoes excessive testosterone-DHT conversion. In other words, your testosterone—which is necessary for healthy sexual function—converts to DHT (an inflammatory hormone) at a much greater rate than is normal. When your hormones are out of balance like this, your body produces cortisol, which further interferes with your sexual function and contributes to hair loss. The pain you're experiencing is the result of the DHT irritating your prostate and urethra.
Make the Pain Go Away
Obviously you want to get your hormones under control in order to rejuvenate your hair follicles and alleviate the pain that plagues you day in and day out. To do this, I'm going to recommend that you take a break from masturbation for at least the next couple of months. I know, that sounds like a huge nightmare, but by shutting down your sexual function, you'll give your hormones a chance to repopulate to their optimal levels, and you'll also preserve your cerbrospinal fluids and strengthen your nervous function.
In addition, I'm going to recommend taking an herbal remedy that contains adaptogenic herbs like Rhodiola Rosea, Atractylodes Macrocephala, Fo-Ti and Alisma Plantago. (SEE: Natural Formula for Sexual Fatigue Relief) Remember, orgasms are great, but you don't want to lose your head (or at least your hair) over them.

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Herbal Remedy For Sexual Exhaustion & Dysfunction

Sexual exhaustion caused by over masturbation or ejaculation resulted in devastating effect of chronic overexposure of cortisol. Prolonged cortisol elevations result in suppression of immune system, sustained elevations of blood sugar, substantial... Read more
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