If You Practice Prone Masturbation: Stop Doing It

Masturbation is a normal self-pleasuring process. It is self-induced sexual excitement practiced by most of the men and women and is not a sinful act. There is nothing terrible about it, neither it harms sexual organs nor leads to any psychological illness until you are addicted to it, overdo it or practice prone masturbation. Lovegasm, a company that advocates the use of safe sex toys reiterated that many people engage in prone masturbation without realizing or being aware of its long-term damaging effects on their sex lives.

What Is Prone Masturbation

Most of the reports on prone masturbation are focused on people with penises. It is estimated that about 5-10 percent of men masturbate in the prone position, i.e. lying on belly with face down and thrusting or rubbing the penis against a pillow, bed, floor or sex toy. But this act can be dangerous and every men should be aware of it.

If you are a male masturbating in prone position stop doing it. Although we have very limited research this type of act. But there are research and anecdotal reports that suggests that this act can lead to sexual complications that are termed as traumatic masturbatory syndrome.

Why Masturbating In Prone Position Is Wrong?

The objects that are used as sexual stimulants by males who masturbate prone do not provide resistance just like the partner’s body. Even a mattress or pillow does not provide strength like a female vagina. Thus, a lot of pressure is placed on the base of the penis as well as vital nerves found there. In comparison to the sensations that are felt while having sex with your partner this pressure is far too intense. The participants have a hard time reaching climax. In the long term, it may cause damage and dulls the effects of sensations. The subject is unable to achieve the expected sensation or level of pressure and the act of masturbation or intercourse becomes less pleasing.

About 60 percent, prone masturbation addicts have reported suffering from a real sexual issue or complete inability to achieve orgasm during the intercourse. This condition is termed as anorgasmia.

In 30 percent cases prone masturbation numbs the body to pleasure and arousal. These patients thus reports having difficulty in having erected penises or maintaining erection while having oral sex, foreplay or penetrative sex. They also have delayed orgasm or complete inability to reach orgasm.

All this effects the ability of males to have a healthy sexual relationship reduces. The females of such male partners find the outcome unusual, and man’s ability to reach climax through intercourse is blamed because even after getting engaged in sexual intercourse for over 30 minutes they are unable to attain climax. Sexual issues lead to mental and emotional stress. Man starts worrying about his sexual abilities and this in turn affects his performance leading to greater dysfunction and then the cycle goes on.

It is never a good idea to get involved in prone masturbation and apply unnatural stimulation and pressure on the genitals. The occasional practice of this behavior won’t have any noticeable changes, but gradually or sometimes suddenly there will be a loss of sexual functions.

What About Female Prone Masturbation

Although prone masturbation is common in men as their genital is outside the body and can be easily manipulated in prone position. But few females also practice this act and have reported related sexual issues. Due to the increased pressure on the clitoris in such females, vaginal intercourse with partner or oral sex becomes less pleasing. Even hand stimulation may not be enough to reach climax.

What Symptoms Suggests That Prone masturbation Is Affecting Your Sexual health

If you experience the signs and symptoms discussed below it suggests that prone masturbation is affecting your sexual health.

  • Inability to reach orgasm by some others ways or masturbating positions. Always remember typical masturbation is possible in many positions.
  • Inability to achieve of maintain erections
  • Orgasm is delayed to extent causing distress
  • Subjects who practice prone masturbation starts avoiding other healthy sexual activities.

Can the damage caused due to prone masturbation be reversed?

The first step is to completely stop engaging yourself in prone masturbation and switch to the conventional or traditional way. Also reduce the frequency of masturbation in other positions all over to improve the sexual functions. Follow a simple rule. If you masturbate daily cut to no more than 2-3 times per week to break the habit. Slowly make it once a week and then less often. This will build a sexual tension and lead to satisfaction later on.

Whenever you masturbate retrain your body to give response to other ways of masturbation and forms of stimulation. Try face-up and with your hands, moving your hips if you prefer thrusting so that penis moves in and out of the hand. You may use a vibrator. Better try masturbation with lubricant. The goal behind varying the technique is to prevent body getting accustomed to prone position masturbating. Also several techniques or types of stimulation will help you quitting the prone masturbation addiction with much ease. we also advise you to meet your doctor, a counselor or sexologist to learn the right way to masturbate.

There are some natural herbs such as Astragalus membranaceus, opiopogon and Cornus officinalis that are safe herbs and are known to treat nerve and tissue damage caused due to masturbating in the prone position. Consult your doctor for the proper dose.

What Is The Correct Way To Masturbate?

Masturbation is a self learning act. You explore how to do it out of repetitions. It is pleasurable, fun and completely normal and healthy. However, it becomes problem when it becomes an addiction and if you choose wrong positions that put undue pressure on your genitals. The conventional way is the preferred way to masturbate where the practitioner lies in the supine position and uses hands to perform the act. But make sure not to overdo.

Many men engage themselves in prone masturbation because they believe that it is the best position to stimulate the genital and experience pleasure and also because they are unaware of the long-term damage this act may have on their sexual organs and sex lives.

We hope our article is an eye-opener. We hope we made the point clear that neither masturbation is bad, not harmful,  but avoid engaging yourself in prone masturbation as it can hamper your sexual health.
It is never late. If you have been practicing prone masturbation stop doing it now. It will only require a little effort, patience and strong believe in yourself.

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