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The Science of Pre-cum - A Technical Study of the Unsightly Result of Over Masturbation

Newton’s Third Law of Motion states that “For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.” When applied to sex, every action without lubrication provides an equal and painful reaction. 

But lubrication—natural and store-bought—serves another purpose: increasing sensation. Vaginal moisture provides added clitoral stimulation, and for males, “pre-cum” stimulates the penile gland for an orgasm. And for some males, this added sense of stimulation can prove dangerous - especially if they masturbate in excess [SEE: Scott's misery is a lesson for all]

  1. Masturbation can lead to both exhaustion and early ejaculation.
  2. Excessive masturbation can alter your sexual performance by negatively training your stimulation threshold
  3. Athletes can experience diminished performance on and off the track from excessive masturbation.

The Masturbation and Pre-cum Link

Each time you masturbate, the body increases oxytocin, epinephrine and androgen hormones that promote the production of pre-cum. The more men masturbate, the higher the buildup of epinephrine. Serotonin and GABA, meanwhile, experiences a decrease that triggers a virtual flooding of seminal emissions.

And because masturbation expends serotonin and GABA, the habit disables erectile functionality by flooding the bloodstream with excessive prolactin and epinephrine. Because weak serotonin and GABA nervous function cause excessive oxytocin release, the body experiences an over-excitement of seminal emissions in the form of pre-cum release.

By stabilizing the misbalance of neurotransmitters altered by masturbation, the body can slowly begin to improve the control over masturbation-induced premature ejaculation. And because all-natural supplements such as Herbal Nourishing Pills for Ejaculatory Nerves & Premature Ejaculation contains ingredients that modulate these chemicals, the body can experience an improvement in the level of sexual control.

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