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Rashad October 23, 2011 at 12:43 pm
This Guy,

There we go! I think not masturbating does help in attraction. I think its a pheromone thing, like these girls can sense that we have all this sexual energy some how. As far as it being a permanent energy, Ive noticed it has its peaks and valleys. You might go for stretches of days with the buzz of energy then one day it may not be as high. Thats how it is for me but it might be diff for you based on what your body chemistry is like.

I just wanted to check in. I have this page bookmarked, HAHA. Back to football. Go Packers!

Dave October 23, 2011 at 11:31 pm
This article is heaven-sent. The article and the comments all concur with my own experiences. I am now 28 years old and have struggled with chronic masturbation since I was around 16. Right around 22, I began losing my hair in the frontal area of my scalp. By age 26, my hair loss accelerated to the crown, and although I still have hair on my head, I have lost considerable amounts. Throughout this time, I masturbated between one and two times a day. Recently, I tried stopping for one week and noticed that less hair was in bathtub after showering. I also felt much more confident, less feelings of insecurity and more virile. I just felt electric. I can only imagine that these feelings get better throughout the months after abstaining. However, I am pretty confident that my hairloss is due to my excessive masturbation, since both of my parents did not lose hair at such a young age. This might be due to abnormal testosterone conversion into DHT, which is linked to hairloss in men.

I have been relapsing off and on throughout the years and hopefully after reading this article, I will have the motivation to stop for a longer period of time. Seeing all of these comments with similar symptoms is all the proof that I need. I will be using my laptop in public versus in private to avoid the temptation to look at porn. I will keep you posted.

Rashad October 24, 2011 at 2:10 pm

In all honesty, its easy not to relapse and extremely difficult at the same time. Im sure everyone knows this. The best deterrent is to do what your doing (public vs. private internet use) or just discipline yourself to not go on those sites. The only time I wanna masturbate is when Im searching for it, never anytime else.

Dave October 24, 2011 at 4:34 pm

Thanks for responding. Your absolutely right. Abstaining from masturbation is tough. It really is a chemical addiction per se, not unlike those faced by certain drug users. I’ve had problems with concentration, maintaining erections, mild depression and mood swings. I never realized that far-reaching impact that testosterone and dopamine have on the body. I’m just hoping that these side-effects disappear after a few months.