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Can Masturbation Improve Your Sex Life?

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There was a time when masturbation was an incredibly taboo subject that could get you banned for life from even the most liberal dinner table. While it’s still not exactly dinner table conversation–unless you’re on a smokin’ hot date and the ambiance is right–it’s far less sensitive a subject than it used to be.

Maybe that’s why it’s now clear that masturbation not only feels good, but it can also make your actual sex life better, among many other benefits. Here’s how fondling your flagpole can make you a better lover and give you more pleasure in the sack.

It Improves Your Sexual Health

Men who ejaculate more than five times a week are a third less likely than those who don’t to develop prostate cancer. This is because ejaculation reduces levels of toxins that naturally build up in the urogenital tract, contributing to cancer and other problems. Ejaculation also temporarily increases cortisol levels, boosting overall immunity for better health.

It Gives You the Opportunity to Explore the Possibilities

Masturbation feels good, but beyond the obvious, it’s also a great way to get to know your body and figure out what feels good, what feels great, and what you don’t like. Becoming familiar with your erogenous zones and knowing how–and where–you like to be touched can transfer to better feels in the bedroom, as long as you have an open-minded relationship with your sexual partner. Speaking of which, getting to know your partner’s preferences is also a good way to make the great sex mutual.

It Gives You Fodder for Fantasy

Masturbatory fantasies can get pretty crazy, but rest assured fantasizing during sex is very common and totally normal. As a healthy part of sexuality, fantasies get your brain into the game and can lead to explosive orgasms. Some of the most common fantasies for both women and men involve threesomes, oral sex, sex with a stranger, voyeurism, and exhibitionism. Bringing your masturbatory fantasies into your sexual relationships can make sex that much more exciting, as long as you have an open-minded partner who’s willing to play along.

It Makes You Last Longer

Masturbating on a regular basis helps you last longer when faced with the real deal. You can essentially learn to control your sexual release by stopping just before the point of no return, waiting until the urge has passed, and going at it some more. As you practice, be mindful of your body’s cues and try different tactics to stave off the inevitable, such as taking deeper breaths, focusing on something else, or moving in a different way.

It can also be helpful to perform Kegel exercises when you think of it during the day as well as when you’re polishing the rocket. Kegel exercises strengthen the pelvic muscles and can help you hold off on ejaculating as well as dramatically improve ejaculation. To do these exercises, squeeze and release the same muscles that control your urine flow. Build up the number of contractions you can do over time, and mix up the amount of time you hold them and the rhythm with which you perform them. It takes just a few weeks to notice a marked difference in the power of your orgasms.

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