How to Masturbate Correctly – A Guide for Healthy Male Masturbation

The do’s and don’ts of masturbation for sexual health

Jerking off. Rubbing one out. The five-finger shuffle. Spanking the monkey. Punishing Percy. Masterbate. These phrases hardly scratch the surface of the seemingly endless list of words that we use to talk about male masturbation. Yet, it’s a bit ironic that despite the hundreds of euphemisms that we have at our disposal, so many of my own clients become intensely uncomfortable as soon as we start discussing masturbation!

Despite society’s reluctance to own up to and talk about what goes on when we’re alone, masturbation can and does affect our health. The real problem is that most people don’t realize that “wrong masturbation, could actually lead to sexual dysfunctions such as erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation. For this reason, we need to be discussing it! That’s exactly what we’re going to be doing today in this comprehensive guide to healthy self-stimulation. Read on to discover what you need to know about masturbating in a way that adds value to your life, rather than taking from it!

How can masturbating incorrectly cause harm?

Premature ejaculation

Rushed Masturbation Could Lead to Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation is a diagnosable sexual disorder which involves a man lacking control over the timing of his orgasm and ejaculation. Can masturbating in a certain way cause premature ejaculation? The answer is yes: if you’re masturbating in a rush, you may be putting yourself at risk.

Most people start masturbating as teens or even during childhood. Adolescents tend to carry a lot of shame about this; and most teens would rather sit detention for a decade than have their parents find out that they’re pleasuring themselves!

Unfortunately, because adolescents are often anxious about being walked-in on or overheard, this leads many to rush through the process to get it over with as quickly as possible. As adults, we may also hurry the process. Some of us feel, for example, that it’s not necessary to last long unless we’re with a partner. Others are simply focused on having an orgasm and getting on with their day.

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