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fatigue after ejaculation

hello! i am 17 and i want to clear some confusions. we all feel fatigue after ejaculation, after how many days does one restore his normal body state? over masturbation is not good, if i masturbate today, after how many days is it advisable to masturbate again? thanks
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    Thanks for writing in. Masturbation (when there is no regular intercourse, or intercourse too infrequently) is actually a  healthy practice. It is almost as good as prostrate milking for maintaining a healthy prostate and sexual system. There are a large number of health problems that can occur from over masturbating like chronic fatigue, back pain, slow erections, poor concentration etc.
It is necessary to ejaculate regularly to maintain health and healthy sperm. But over masturbation depletes your body of energy and vital mineral elements (primarily Zinc).
Frequent masturbation (Over Masturbation) and ejaculation stimulate excessive acetylcholine/parasympathetic nervous functions. A large amount of these hormones and neurotransmitters causes the brain and the adrenal glands to perform excessive dopamine-norepinephrine-epinephrine conversion. With Over Masturbation, there is actually a big change in the body chemistry. If this continues for a long period of time, physiological changes occur.
If you are having regular sexual intercourse, no masturbation is necessary. If, you are not, masturbation (not Over Masturbation) is both healthful and necessary to maintain your health. If your are feeling fatigued, achey, irritable, etc on a regular basis, it could be Over Masturbation and this should be avoided.
Take care.
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