Masturbation is not the same as having sex

Worship Onan Not only can it be qualitatively different from intercourse, there are also other factors involved that encourage our brain to process sex masturbation differently.

That would explain that, as much as we practice onanism, we always aspire to have sex with another person, and that that onanism is a kind of consolation prize ("consolation" written with many quotes).

Excessive masturbation

Masturbating does not leave us blind, nor is it immoral, it is even healthy. However, if we abuse masturbation in order to fill our lack of sexual partners, there are data that suggest that, over time, sexual well-being is spoiled, because it significantly reduces libido and sexual arousal capacity, as reflected in this 2016 study that analyzes the consumption of internet porn.

The study focuses on internet por the unique properties of pornography in this medium: unlimited novelty, potential for easier climbing to more extreme material, video format, etc.)

The positive news is that, after a time of restraint, this sexual well-being and sexual arousal ability returns to normal. However, as he points out Dean burnett in his book Happy brain:

But the fact that such symptoms have not been observed among those who practice sex frequently with other people is indicative that, when it comes to sex, our desires and our happiness are not simply based on achieving intense but passing pleasure.

Video: Sex vs. Masturbation (November 2019).