Over Masturbation Solutions Chart

What are the symptoms of over masturbation? 
The typical symptoms of over masturbation includes chronic fatigue, weak erection, thinning hair, and much more... Find out how severe you damaged your body with over masturbating and the solutions.

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Too Much Jerking, Shaft Not Working


Frequent masturbation was killing the intimacy in life. Plagued by premature ejaculation and soft erections, he wasn't sure where to turn for help. See how we advised him to turn things around.

Case #: 
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Concern:

I am a 28 year old man and I masturbate frequently. My problem is with premature ejaculation because I cannot last when I am having sex with my partner. I have tried all sorts of things to help with premature ejaculation but nothing seems to help. I just don't know what the cause of any of this is. I want to be able to last longer than I already do and be able to be hard enough to last enough time.

Discussion:

Frequent masturbation has been the downfall of many a great lover. And in this crazy age of porn-on-demand, our society practically demands our constant sexual attention. I mean, when you spend all day looking at sexy billboards and HBO dramas, it's no wonder that your penis constantly calls out to you for affection. But how can you get the issue under control? That's the real question.
 
Because until you can grasp the problem of why you're constantly grasping your penis, you're going to continue grappling with premature ejaculation, weak erections and other consequences of sexual exhaustion.
 
Sexual Exhaustion – Not So Much Fun
When you masturbate, I'm going to guess that you're not just starting at a blank wall or a picture of George Washington. But when you constantly indulge in the allure of hardcore pornographic images, you're setting your neurotransmitters into overdrive.
 
The constant visual reinforcement causes your brain to release a flood of chemicals that your body can hardly sustain (hence those feelings of euphoria), and as you masturbate to those images, you start to lose the GABA, serotonin and dopamine that regulate your sexual function. You also deplete your body of sex hormones. It's no wonder your penis is malfunctioning.
 
Lessons Learned About Masturbation
As you've probably figured out, you'll need to get this porn addiction under control. See a counselor if you have to; put a filter on your Web browser; do whatever it takes, because as previously emphasized, the symptoms will only get worse.
 
Pornography and compulsive masturbation rob you of your ability to maintain healthy sexual relationships with actual people, and believe me when I say that real intimacy is far superior to a hasty sexual release into a Kleenex...any day of the week. And while you get your masturbation problem under control, there are other things you can do improve your sexual function.
 
Give Nature a Helping Hand
Astragalus Complanatus, Os Draconis and Passion Flower. These are just some of the many herbs that can combat the symptoms of sexual exhaustion by restoring hormone and neurotransmitter balance, improving blood flow to the penis and repairing damaged tissue.
 
They won't quell your insatiable sexual desire (that's going to take good old-fashioned will power), but they will help you to restore normalcy much more quickly than you could achieve on your own. Try an herbal remedy formulated for sexual exhaustion, and transform your dwindling sex life into a rock hard celebration once again. (TRY: Max Ejaculatory Control & Premature Ejaculation Control Formula)

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