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Masturbation is one of the healthiest things you can do.
By the time a male suddenly grows taller and his voice changes, it is very likely he's masturbating regularly.
By the time he grows facial hair, it's practically certain.
After masturbating, a male's mind is clear and his body is rested. (Many males use this restful state to go directly to sleep for the night!
) If anything, masturbating is good for those organs.
If a male masturbates too vigorously, his penis might hurt for a while and then get better, just like straining any other part of the body.
Don't let anyone tell you you're "overmasturbating." That isn't even a word!
It stimulates the heart to pump and the lungs to breathe deeply. Masturbating does not cause any diseases, and it does not expose a male to any sexually transmitted diseases. Masturbating frequently can keep a person from engaging in sexual relations with people who have sexually transmitted diseases.Over hundreds of years, people were led to believe that it was bad or that it caused health problems.In the past 120 years, medicine and most religions have recognized that those things aren't true.Healthy is not designed to provide medical advice and does not provide medical advice.All material is for information only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional or medical advice, diagnosis, and treatment.