Hello!I'm a young teenager which is 16 yrs old;my birthday was in august ;15.Well i'm falling in love;so i masturbate much more.I masturbate since 12 years everyday once until now.Does it damage your brain ;get low iq;poor school skills;change in mentality and others?I'm feeling tired after 7-8 hours of school.I need help because i don't know many facts to learn about.It's harmfull to mentality?It will make hate what you loved?
Masturbating is a natural habit. It does not do no harm if you do not do in excess. Usually 21 ejaculations are considered okay. Your present symptoms are not connected to masturbation. It is the worrying you do form masturbation is creating these symptoms.Have good food, exercise and remain cheerful. For controlling sexual urge, you can learn abdominal breathing. ( google it). If there is unwanted sexual urge, take few abdominal breaths. your urge will disappear. Abdominal breath is more efficient breath. Practice for 10 minutes twice a day.
As you grow through your teenage years, your body and hormones are changing. Your thoughts often turn to things dealing with love and sex. Masturbation doesn't: damage your brain, cause low I.Q., lower school skills, nor make you hate what you loved. Once a day should be no problem. However, with many a guy, ejaculating makes one feel tired, so you may want to choose the right time to masturbate so that resting afterward will not interfere with your other activities nor school.
I did not clarify properly in my message. About 21 ejaculations per month is considered okay. If you decide to do it every day, you are likely to do it even if your are not sexually excited. So keeping few days off may be beneficial.
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