Most men learn to masturbate quickly and quietly, as testosterone-loaded adolescents worried about parents or siblings walking in and disturbing their personal time. And those secretive, fast-and-furious habits can spill into adulthood, says Emily Morse, a sex expert and host of the popular podcast Sex with Emily. Now that we're all stuck at home self-isolating, many of us have all the time in the world to masturbate. A childhood dream come true! There's no rush to get it done as quickly as possible: After all, we can only vacuum the apartment so many times a day. Really take your time with it.
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But, did you strategically time your ejaculations earlier in the week to optimize your testosterone level for the evening? Aside from the physical elements you typically think of height, weight, muscle mass, cleanliness, outfit, etc. And while you could just do some of these behaviors without the boost, why not strategically spike your testosterone so it happens naturally? The only case where the decrease is true is when you dampen your interest in sex by over-relying on masturbating. Disinterest in being physical with women gets communicated by your behavior, and a habit of too-frequent masturbation can lead to that.
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Can't get the hang of it, or hitting a masturbation rut? These masturbation tips will blow open your world of self-pleasure and change everything you thought you knew about how to masturbate. Okay, it's pretty likely that you've touched yourself before, even if just tentatively in the shower during that period of teenage exploration. That being said, plenty of women don't really know how to masturbate, let alone actually reach a full O on their own.
New findings show masturbating could reduce the risk of developing the most common type of cancer. Men should be masturbating more if they want to reduce their risk of developing cancer, according to the NHS. Research published on the NHS website found the risk of prostate cancer was significantly lower in men who ejaculated at least 21 times a month through sex or masturbation.