Masturbation is a healthy sexual behavior. Like other behaviors, when over practiced or addicted it can lead to both psychological and physiological imbalances. The side effects of such changes to the body include: · Fatigue. Feeling tired all the time · Lower back pain · Thinning hair / Hair Loss · Soft / Weak Erection · Premature Ejaculation · Eye floaters or fuzzy vision · Groin / Testicular Pain · Pain or cramp in the pelvic cavity or/and tail bone Masturbation plays a big role in a normal sex life. Some of us discover it as children because it starts to feel so good between our legs. Others are shown by our friends. We continue to masturbate because it feels so good. It gets us ready for mature sexual relationships when we reach adulthood, and it helps us take care of those raging hormonal urges and surges when we are teenagers. Masturbation can enhance mature sexual relationships where two partners use it either as a prelude to other sexual activity, or as the main fare. And it keeps us going when relationships falter, such as when a partner is ill or away. It is a great equalizer in a relationship where one partner needs more sexual activity than the other. Masturbation is a part of life and our sexual practices. In fact, most doctors recommend it, not only to improve sexual experiences but to also promote good general health. However, like most things in life, too much of a good thing can be bad. Excessive masturbation can lead to symptoms like stress, fatigue, and memory loss. In extreme cases, sufferers fall into the pitfalls of impotence and hair loss. Under most circumstances, masturbation is neither good nor bad One recently published study reported that 87% of women and 95% of men have practiced masturbationbut when done to extreme, it causes drastic changes in brain and body chemistry. Masturbating too much can over-stimulate acetylcholine/parasympathetic nervous functions and disrupt the livers release of enzymes that synthesize neurotransmitters acetylcholine, dopamine, and serotonin. Additionally, the livers ability to release enzymes that aid in hormone production is affected. As a result, the brain and adrenal glands produce too much dopamine, norepinephrine, epinephrine, and other hormones and neural transmitters. Symptoms (also called Sexual Exhaustion) is distressing liver and nervous system functions, include youthful impotence/erectile dysfunction (including a soft or weak erection) and seminal leakage. While more than 30% of men have experienced impotence at one time or another, impotence in youth is more rare and can often be attributed to the above factors. Over-masturbation can also cause problems such as seminal leakage, which can cause sperm to ooze or leak out of the penis with no accompanying erection. Both semen leakage and youthful impotence are embarrassing, uncomfortable, and signs of Sexual Exhaustion. Semen leakage is a sign that the parasympathetic nerve, which keeps the ejaculation valve shut and holds the erection, is weakening as a result of over-masturbation. With a weakened nerve, maintaining an erection is a problem. Kwa wale ambao kimombo hakijawakalia sawa,hapa anaelezea madhara ya kupiga "pully" au lugha rahisi "nyeto" kwa wingi linaweza kusababisha madhara katika ubongo na hata jogoo asiwike au akawa anatema bila kujijua. Hivyo ingawa kiafya inashauriwa na madaktari, lakini si mchezo mzuri kuuendekeza. nawasilisha kwa faida ya wote.