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To mark the occasion and how far society has come since our Victorian forefathers, here are some of the reported health benefits of masturbation: 1.
It can prevent depression Research suggests orgasms increase endorphins, which in turn stave off depression. It can reduce risk of cervical cancer Research has suggested female masturbation can protect against cervical infections as orgasms regularly flex the cervix. It’s good for your self-esteem Experts say people who are comfortable about masturbating are more comfortable with their bodies and sexuality. It helps you sleep Orgasms lower blood pressure and relax endorphins, letting you drift into a peaceful sleep afterwards. It eases menstrual cramps Many women report period pain being lessened or stopped by masturbation. It reduces risk of prostate cancer Research presented at the most recent American Urological Annual Meeting suggested men who ejaculate at least monthly may be less likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer later in life. It’s STD free Nearly half a million people in the UK are diagnosed with an STD every year ranging from HIV to syphilis.
Several studies suggest that even when there is no in-person contact, online affairs can be just as devastating as the real-world variety, triggering feelings of insecurity, anger and jealousy.
Women usually feel more threatened by the emotional betrayal of a partner’s online affair, while men are more concerned about physical encounters, Hertlein says, but the gender differences are lessening.
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She told us that during self-pleasuring, the key is to stay connected to ourselves.
And just to be clear, this meditation was not solely about masturbation—it was about connecting to our inner selves, our souls, and the fragmented parts in ourselves.
For the Victorians, it was known as self-abuse, and was deemed the cause of most physical and psychological ills.
At the height of a moral and medical panic, one nineteenth century expert declared: ‘That insanity arises from masturbation is beyond a doubt’.