Monday, February 28, 2011

Masturbation For Health Benefits

Shame, cause a sense of guilt, or can be bad for health is a presumption that makes most women feel embarrassed when discussing masturbation. You could say, activities which are also known as masturbation or sex 'self' is indeed more popular among men. But, in fact not a few women who also do it.

According to a study reveal about masturbation, as much as 95 percent of men and 89 percent of women were doing this activity. They consist of people who come from various backgrounds, professions, and age.

Is masturbation harmful? In the medical world, masturbation is considered a natural behavior, both for men and women. This is not physically or mentally. Masturbation only becomes a problem when done to excess to interfere with daily life, such as you to the point of ignoring the housework.

Believe it or not, studies have shown that masturbation has potential health benefits for men and women. Masturbation in women actually have a positive impact for both physical and psychological health, namely:

* Helping a person more relaxed and easy to fall asleep.

* Reduce stress.

* Boost the immune system.

* May offer protection against prostate cancer. A recent study showed that the percentage of people who masturbate regularly to substitute normal sexual relationship have a lower incidence of prostate cancer.

* This activity is basically safe sex without the worry of pregnancy and STDs.

* Masturbation potential to improve health and not hazardous to your mental or physical provided that is not done to excess. 
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