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Headaches - Caused by Over Masturbation
Most of us get headaches from time to time. They can result from injury, stress, poor diet and hormonal imbalances. And headaches can become quite a nuisance when they plague you during or after sex.The severity of headaches caused by over masturbation develops in stages. First, at the problematic stage, the sufferer experiences fatigue and a sudden lack of concentration. The severe stage finds him with chronic fatigue and vulnerable to mood swings. The addictive stage manifests itself in the form of insomnia and instances of blurred vision, while the final, severely addictive stage encompasses all of the aforementioned symptoms with swelling headaches with occasional dizziness.
Headaches are a result of shortages in neurochemical. When men masturbate in excess, the body produces an excess of L-glutamic acid decarboxylase and pyridoxal phosphate that prevent the body from converting glutamate into GABA during sex. With low levels of GABA in the body, the stress hormones norepinephrine/epinephrine and glutamate see an increase. This increase causes a release of another inflammatory hormone--cortisol, which drops abruptly during sex and rises hours later. Excessive cortisol locks up the pituitary-adrenal and testicular function, leading to a deficiency of androgen hormones and a constriction of the carotid arteries in the brain that causes headaches and migraines.
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Meanwhile the cerebrospinal fluid, which circulates inside the vestibular system, the brain and the spinal cord, becomes polluted. The fluids main function of eliminating toxins becomes hampered by over masturbation. With the fluid's detoxification function damaged, the body produces an excess of dopamine/norepinephrine-epinephrine conversion leading to high levels of prolactin release that blocks the release of the anti-inflammatory hormone prostaglandin E1. With low levels of prostaglandin E1, the body experiences an inelasticity and inflexibility of nerves and tissues that also lead to headaches and migraines.