doctors don’t see anything wrong with a person choosing to pleasure him or herself. Gloria Brame, Ph.D., a clinical sensologist, considers pleasure as, “part of a healthy sens life. It’s totally safe and harmless.”
Reaching pleasure through pleasure has its benefits as it makes people happy. Chemicals like dopamine and oxytocin are released when you climax making you feel satisfied and positive about life. As much fun as you may be having playing with yourself, there is such a thing as masturbating too much.
You are causing physical pain to your nether regions. If you are making your skin chaff, you may be doing it too hard. Men can cause a condition called Peyronie’s disease, a buildup of plaque when the toy is injured causing it to bend.
You don’t care about the quality but rather focus on the number of times you get to do it. You are either bored or are trying to beat the previous number of most pleasures from masturbating. This is not a competition, it’s just sens.
There is nothing wrong with masturbating but it does not need to replace the actual intimate and physical connection of two people.