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Is Over Masturbation the Master Culprit Behind my Impotence?

Sex remains a favorite pastime for humans. Doctors recommend sex and masturbation to maintain a healthy penis and to improve sexual performance and endurance. However, men who over masturbate and cause harm to their bodies.

Over Masturbation can often deplete and unnecessarily increase your body’s reserve of hormones, nutrients, and neurochemicals that can lead to impotence. Impotence - Caused by Over Masturbation & Exhaustion is due to the reduced levels of testosterone, dopamine, serotonin and acetylcholine in your body. While prostaglandin E-2 and cortisol reach unwanted levels, damaging erectile strength.
 
Chemical Culprits of Impotence
Each time you either feel excited or ejaculate, these chemicals release to stimulate your body. Testosterone increases each time you think about sex, while dopamine and serotonin dictate your level of pleasure and satisfaction. Meanwhile, acetylcholine releases the excitement phenomenon before and after sex, and nitric oxide aids in erectile strength.

Each time you masturbate or indulge in sexual activity, these chemical levels experience an imbalance that can restrict blood flow to the penis, and desensitize your pleasure and satisfaction levels.
 
When you over masturbate, prostaglandin E-2 and cortisol, inflammatory hormones that relax muscles, release into the body, resulting in inflammation.  When too much of these chemicals remain in the body, impotence and fatigue can occur.
Minimize Dangerous Chemical Interaction
Minimizing the amount of times you masturbate can reduce impotency issues. By staying away from the activity, your body will get the rest it needs to stabilize its production of testosterone, nitric oxide and inflammatory hormones.
 

Men who wish to balance these hormonal levels may want to try Botanical Formula for Erection Rejuvenation, which contains Cornus, Cuscuta, Rehmannia, Cynomorium, Schisandra, Cnidium and Curculigo, herbal compounds known to improve nitric oxide production, relieve constricted arteries and repair damaged penile tissue.

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