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Excessive sex / self-gratification, nervous exhaustion by #46617 ..... Mens Health Support Forum

Date:   12/31/2006 3:23:48 PM ( 15 years ago ago)
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Believe it or not, excessive self-gratification/ejaculation drains vital neurochemicals and energies from the body ( so does doing anything in excess ) over-long the term leading to nervous exhaustion and various symptoms from panic attacks,chronic fatique, impotence, premature ejaculation, fight or flight-symptoms, depression, low vitality/will to live, eye floaters and allergic problems etc. Practicing healthy self-gratification/sex frequency is the basic principle in various major health systems like taoist methods for thousands of years. Men lose energy through ejaculation/self-gratification, women lose energy through child bearing.

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"Preserving the vital energy lost in ejaculation/self-gratification will help men acquire longevity and good health. Please read this link on how to regulate the correct ejaculation frequency for health and vitality. Also few quotes here:

The body must invest a lot of essence and energy to fully replenish semen supplies and re-establish proper hormone balance after a man ejaculates.

When ejaculation frequency exceeds the capacity of the body to fully replenish semen, men experience chronic fatigue, low resistance, irritation and other symptoms of essence and energy deficiency. They also lose all sexual interest in their partners, who may well be ready for more action.

An ejaculation should leave a man feeling as light and refreshed as a woman feels after orgasm- not exhausted, empty and uninterested in further sex.

Every man must establish his own ideal emission rate as an overall guideline, but he must also consider the unique circumstances of each occasion before deciding whether it is appropriate to ejaculate or not."


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