自慰對健康的 10 個令人難以置信的好處

Here are 10 incredible benefits of masturbation.

1) It can help reduce the risk of prostate cancer.

A 2004 study found that prostate owners who ejaculated more than 21 times a month had about a 33 percent lower risk of prostate cancer than those who ejaculated only four to seven times a month. In 2016, researchers followed the same group from 2004 and found that those who ejaculated eight to 12 times a month had a 10 percent lower risk of prostate cancer.

2) Make you harder

You naturally lose muscle tone as you age—yes, even those with penises. Regular intercourse or masturbation can strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and prevent erectile dysfunction and urinary incontinence.

Masturbation keeps your penis angled and active. This is because the smooth muscles of your penis need to be rich in oxygen, which they carry every time blood rushes to your penis (i.e. when you have an erection). Aim to do it three to five times a week to get results.

3) It helps you last longer during sex

Sometimes people don't last long in bed simply because they haven't had enough practice, either with a partner or alone.

Train yourself by timing how long it takes to climax. If it usually takes you two minutes to complete an order, try three minutes next time, or calculate how many strokes you need to get to where you're happy with it.

Practice makes perfect, right?

4) Enhance immunity

Ejaculation increases levels of the hormone cortisol. Cortisol is often thought of as a damaging stress hormone, but in fact, small doses of cortisol help regulate and maintain your immune system.

Masturbation creates the right environment for a stronger immune system.

Additionally, a small 2004 study showed that men with penises had an increase in their white blood cell count 45 minutes after having a solo orgasm.

5) It can improve your mood

Masturbation releases a flood of feel-good neurochemicals like dopamine and oxytocin, which lift your spirits, increase your sense of contentment, and activate reward circuits in your brain.

Orgasm is the biggest non-drug dopamine burst. This is true for everyone, no matter what kind of genitals you have.

6) It helps you fall asleep.

There are many things you can do to improve the quality of your sleep, such as eating certain foods. Masturbation can also help: Orgasms release chemicals like prolactin, serotonin, and oxytocin into the brain, all of which are associated with feelings of happiness and relaxation. So if you find yourself tossing and turning at night, it might be worth checking out Pornhub.

7) It can extend your life

Yes, it's true: According to a 20-year Wells study of 1,000 men, those who had two or more orgasms per week had a lower mortality rate than those who had fewer than half as many times as men.

8) It can improve your skin

Orgasm causes increased blood flow to the skin, causing your blood vessels to open; for some, this may result in slightly rosy cheeks, or more commonly known as a "post-sex glow." What could be better? The oxytocin released during orgasm can reduce inflammation, making pimples and rashes less noticeable.

9) It helps you understand your body better

Of course, you may think you know your body pretty well, especially if you started masturbating at a young age. But it always helps to try new things and give yourself a refresher on what your body likes and doesn't like. Knowing your body can also help you communicate your likes and dislikes to your partner, leading to better, more satisfying sex for everyone involved.

10) It can improve heart health

It's commonly believed that having strict sex increases your risk of heart attack or stroke, but regular orgasms may actually help you prevent cardiovascular disease. A report from the Aging Study found that men who had sex once a month or less were 45 percent more likely to die from cardiovascular disease than men who had two or more orgasms a week. The study only examined orgasms from partnered sex, but it doesn't seem too far-fetched to think that the benefits extend to time alone. After all, an orgasm is an orgasm, whether you're with your lover or masturbating.

All these benefits may convince you to take matters into your own hands .

How much masturbation is considered excessive masturbation?

If you like helping yourself, that's great, but is it too much? The frequency of masturbation varies from person to person, and there is no "right" or "wrong" amount of masturbation. That said, if your daily masturbation routine is causing you pain, it might be time to reevaluate your habits.

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