lack of concentration

Irritability, chronic fatigue, mood swings, and even lack of concentration can all be linked to abusive masturbation. During sex, the body loses essential neurotransmitters and neuro-hormones. When these molecules experience a dearth in production, an imbalance in dopamine, GABA, acetylcholine, and DHEA occurs. Dopamine, GABA, acetylcholine, and DHEA serve crucial roles in several regions of the brain, including the frontal lobes, cerebellum, and basal ganglia (regions that are integral to the development of motor skills, thought processes, and time management). When these molecules become depleted or imbalanced, individuals start to loose the ability to concentrate. Individuals looking to improve their memory should refrain from masturbating and try herbal supplementation for effective recovery.

Poor Memory & Lack of Concentration - Caused by Over Masturbation

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Poor Multi-Tasking Ability - Caused by Over Masturbation

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Your Guide to Female Sexual Exhaustion

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Very Frequent Masturbation - Unexpected Cause For Your Poor Concentration

Having poor concentration affects all of us. It might come from juggling too many jobs at once; it might occur because of family issue; or it might resonate from stress. So to minimize the stress and lack of concentration, you masturbate. It’s normal to have urges. It’s normal to be a man and release your seed.
But D.H Lawrence famously referred to masturbation as a thief. 
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Brain Foods for Sluggish Neurons and Over Active Libido

The brain is the control center for our body, our source of bodily movements, speech, emotion, inspiration, and lust; but sometimes our brain does not want to wake up and seize the day. When this occurs more often than not, we need help. The key? Brain foods. Yes, I said brain foods.

These include berries like strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries, fish, and assorted herbs that kick your brain into high gear and stimulate it to perform tasks that otherwise would have you down. 

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