Masturbation is the self-stimulation of the genitals to achieve sexual arousal and pleasure, usually to the point of orgasm (sexual climax). It is commonly done by touching, stroking or massaging the penis until an orgasm is achieved.

Masturbation is a very common behavior, even among people who have sexual relations with a partner. Studies have shown that a very large number of men and women have Masturbated at some points in their lives. The number is pegged at about 92% in men and 64% in women. But it must be remembered that people usually lie about indulging in such a personal activity.

Masturbation is only considered a problem when it inhibits sexual activity with a partner, is done in public, or causes significant distress to the person. It may cause distress if it is done compulsively and/or interferes with daily life and activities.



Understanding Masturbation Addiction 

Two brain chemicals play a powerful role in addiction. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that enables you to feel pleasurable emotions, and endorphins are chemicals released during stress and physical activity that allow you to recover and feel at ease. When you masturbate, the body releases dopamine to enable you to feel sexual pleasure, and frequently releases endorphins when you’re done masturbating. Over time, this frequent release of brain chemicals can become addictive. Because endorphins and dopamine can help you cope with stress, people experiencing extraordinary stress or mental health problems are especially likely to become addicted to the release of these chemicals that occurs with masturbation. Thus frequent masturbation can become an unhealthy coping mechanism that causes you to avoid – rather than address – your problems.



Side Effect of Excessive Masturbation 

The main problems are of mental imbalances. Men who Masturbate too frequently will develop an addiction-like attraction for the habit. They will not be able to spend a single day without Masturbation, and will probably want to have a go at it whenever they can afford. The result is that, the person is not able to focus on work, which naturally suffers. Over Masturbation can also make a person sluggish in society, a slow learner and a person who is so wrapped up in his addiction for Masturbation that he does not show any kind of progress. 

A very shocking side-effect is that people who Masturbate a lot develop such a strong affinity to the habit that they do not get the same kind of arousal through normal heterosexual intercourse. This, if anything, will affect the reproductive capability of a person.

- Excessive Masturbation causes weak erection and leads to Premature Ejaculation.

- Excessive Masturbation also causes semen leakage and then it leads to overall weakness of a person and if the problem is not treated then it leads to Impotence.

Besides weakness it also causes other health problems like stress,fatigue,memory loss,headache,blurred vision,hair loss, liver dysfunction etc.




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The Masturbation Addiction treatment offered by us could actually help you to fight the Addiction. It will help you to fight the habit from the root. The way of thinking and feeling will be the most important part that will be helped at our clinic to help you stop the circle of Masturbation.

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Some ways to Stop a Masturbation Addiction 

  • Staying Busy and Focused
  • Be Creative. 
  • Play Sports. 
  • Eat a Healthy Diet. 
  • Volunteer your time. 
  • Stop watching porn on your computer. 
  • Getting in the Right Mindset
  • Meditation