Here are 10 Helpful Ways To Stop M*sturb ation: Yes, the urge to ma -sturbate is a natural one and as adolescents, it signifies an interest in s ex before embarking on ad ult se xual relationships. But when it becomes an obsession, or a reason you hate yourself, then it is time to cut down on the self serving.
The immense pleasure derived from frequent mas turbation can be extremely ad dictive. However, this ad -diction can become an obsessive activity that interferes with daily living. Furthermore, it may result in loss of s ex drive, depression, or even impotence. To prevent these potentially severe side effects, Greennews reveals the some effective ways to end chronic masturbati0n. CL ICK NEXT BELOW TO SEE ALL
1. Remove anything that tempts your urge to masturbate, like access to p ornographic materials etc.
Also, if you notice you get the urge to masturbate at certain times of the day, try to keep busy with other things at those times. You could try exercising as this will give you a release and leave you too exhausted to do much else. If you masturbate frequently because you feel lonely, find ways to limit your solitude. For instance, instead of watching football match at home by yourself, watch it at a sports bar. Even if you’re not hanging out with friends, you will not be alone, ultimately having no time for m asturbation.
2. Stop punishing yourself: Remember, you’re human. Humans make mistakes, and they have s exual urges. Neither of these things makes you a bad person. Resist the urge of sinking into despair by remembering the times spent feeling sorry for yourself when it could have been spent relinquishing your addiction.
3. Find another outlet: Find another outlet for your time and energy, fill your life with engaging activities. The excitement of doing something different can help replace the urge to m asturbate, and you’ll have a go-to distraction next time you’re tempted.
4. Find a new hobby or cultivate a skill: Learning something that takes a while to master can refocus your brain on the delayed gratification of achieving goals instead of the instant gratification of m asturbation. Try skills like cooking, wood shop, archery, baking, public speaking, or gardening.
6. Do sports: It takes discipline and persistence to excel at a sport. Develop an interest like running or swimming, or a group sport like soccer, football, basketball, or tennis.