Youth Impotence – Yes, It's Just as Sexy as It Sounds

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By Chris Scalise Conditions: Men's Youth Impotence Age: 18 - 35

So many young guys just don't realize how much damage they're doing to their bodies by masturbating constantly. Read this cautionary tale from one youth impotence sufferer, and learn what can be done.

Case #: 
1186

Concern:

I read a news article that stated more and more Americans are starting to suffer from sex addiction. After reading this article, I started to pay attention to my eccentric sex habits. I noticed that I masturbated at least three times a day Monday through Thursday. Now on the weekends, I masturbated at least five to seven times. In total, I masturbated as many as much as 27 to 33 times a week—in addition to sex five times a week with my girlfriend.

After noticing these startling numbers, I think that I masturbate a bit too much. Now, it appears the problem is affecting my love life. Now, I notice that I can no longer get an erection as I had in the past. Now, I noticed that I am much, much weaker. What's the problem?

Discussion:

If we do the math, it looks like you're achieving orgasm approximately 40 times per week. Considering that there are 40 hours in the average work week, that's quite impressive. Unfortunately, it can also be quite dangerous. When you took sex education classes in school, they probably never warned you about the perils of over-masturbation: the penis pain, the fatigue, the soft erections. Now it looks like you may be experiencing the early signs of youth impotence, and no young man should be forced to endure such a devastating fate. Fortunately, there are things we can do.
 
Too Young to be So Soft 
Just to be clear, I'm not demonizing masturbation here, or sex for that matter. There's nothing greater than a mind-blowing orgasm, but we need to enjoy all great things in moderation. To put it another way, the factory is losing productivity, and the workers are going on strike. When you masturbate with reckless abandon, you deplete your body of serotonin, dopamine and testosterone, while flooding your endocrine system with inflammatory hormones like prostaglandin E2 and cortisol. Meanwhile, you're damaging your parasympathetic nervous system. When you add it all, it spells weaker erections.
 
The good news is that you don't have to accept your current predicament as inevitable. Sure, you're sitting there on your bed, slapping your floppy erection back and forth, partially guilt-ridden and partially in denial. It's kind of like when you were a child and forgot to feed your goldfish. “He's just sleeping,” you tell yourself. “Everything's going to be okay...oh god, what have I done?” Well, the bad news is that your goldfish is never coming back. The good news is that we might actually be able to rescue your penis from the same fate...because no man should have to flush his penis down the toilet.
 
Rejuvenate Your Erections 
Step 1 should be obvious. Take it easy on the masturbation. Based on your current numbers, I would recommend cutting back by about 90 percent (too bad they don't make a patch or gum for that). Second, I would look into a botanical formula that contains Cnidium, Curculigo, Cuscuta, Rehmannia and other herbs that serve the purpose of restoring damaged tissue and promoting the production of nitric oxide. (SEE: Erection Rejuvenation Natural Formula) This will help to repair your parasympathetic nerves and improve the blood flow to your penis. Before long, your erections will be so strong that you'll never want to take your hand off your penis again...but just remember where that got you last time.

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