masturbation, you may become “habituated to that sensation and find it more difficult to have an orgasm with your partner.”
Myth 2: There Are No Health Benefits To Masturbation
This is also false. Marie Shuey, PhD, and board-certified sexologist in Philadelphia confirms that there are a number of health benefits associated with masturbation.
Reduced stress and tension, fewer headaches, better sleep, improved concentration, increased self-esteem, and a more youthful appearance are just a few of those benefits. It is also worth mentioning that there are added benefits for women, older women to be exact, like less vaginal dryness and less pain during sex.
Myth 3: People In Relationships Don’t Masturbate
Dr. Shuey also confirms that people masturbate whether they’re single or in a relationship. People in relationships may express jealousy when their partner masturbates because it may feel like “cheating” or may