Saturday, 25 November 2017

21 Harmful Effects Of Masturbation In Guys And Ladies

When you reach puberty, the desires for sex can become increasingly strong. But you have to exercise self-control until the right time. If not, you may fall into a habit of masturbation. Don't be deceive by your friends into thinking that masturbation is healthy. It is very harmful, and may lead to serious consequences.
Here are some of the harmful effects of masturbation to be considered. Please read them at a pace whereby meditation is possible.

1. Masturbation will make you a slave to your desires.

2. It causes you to view those of the opposite sex as mere tools, or objects for self-gratification.

3. Masturbating can become an addiction if done too much. This addiction can be as harmful as any other drug addict.

4. Masturbation depletes your body of necessary testosterone, acetylcholine, serotonin and dopamine, nitrioxide, sex hormones, and neurotransmitters necessary for a healthy sexual function.

5. A totally self-centered attitudes is what is instill through the practice of masturbation. For example, when masturbating, a person is immersed in his or her own body sensations

6. Excessive masturbation can lead to weak erection and the inability to participate in sex with your partner over a long period of time.

7. Excessive masturbation causes vaginal looseness, which can make achieving sexual satisfaction difficult, as low friction occurs during intercourse.

8. Masturbation is the main reason for speedy sperm release (premature ejaculation) during sexual intercourse. If you masturbate too much you would find it extremely difficult to control the release of sperms. It will create dissatisfaction to you and to your wife.

9. Masturbation leads to low levels of the chemicals you need to properly take advantage of your mental functions. It impairs alertness, attention, problem solving, and reasoning manner which makes it more difficult to remember or take in new information effectively.

10. Spending a night  masturbating can contributes to a greater tendency to fall asleep during the daytime. This can interrupt your work or studies, thereby lowering productivity.

11. Women have to be careful not to overstimulate themselves, or they could end up with female sexual exhaustion and other painful symptoms.

12. Excessive masturbation depletes the sperm count, making it harder for a woman to get pregnant from sexual intercourse. Hence, it is better to put an end to masturbation and control this habit for your future happiness.

13. In several cases, people who masturbate too much have reported having pains in bones and joints. This can cause your bones to become weak or fragile.

14. You will lose your energy, weight and be quite skinny. So stop masturbating and start living life. Honestly, what is the essence of doing something that will destroy your body.

15. The negative psychological impact of masturbation over a person could be the feeling of guilt. Excessive guilt can be counterproductive. It can make you feel so discouraged as if there is no way out. Masturbation is very bad. If it was a good thing, then you should be proud of it and even be masturbating in public.

16. The seminal fluid that gets released during masturbation contains proteins (which is the building blocks of your body) that are essential for cell formations and many metabolic activities. Excessive masturbation will depletes your metabolism of muscle building. It can contort both your mind and body.

17. It causes stress and depression, and make you feel bad on your own. People that promotes masturbation are enemies of humanity.

18. Excessive masturbation can cause fatigue both in the psychological and physical sense.

19. Reduce firmness in subsequent ejaculation is one of the worst side effects of masturbation in men. With each ejaculation, you would notice reduced firmness in your next erection with your penis getting softer.

20. When you eat lot of nutritious food for several days, then it will create few amount of semen in your body. If you waste this semen because of masturbation which will never last for a long time, then you are reducing your health which will makes you weaker. You will be unable to perform any physical or mental work.

21. Physical intimacy with your spouse can become increasingly difficult, because masturbation can make satisfying sexual relations in your marriage difficult to attain.

Maybe you would like to break this habit, but you are finding it a challenge. Surely, it can be difficult to break a bad habit. In fact, it has been said that a bad habit is like a warm bed on a cold day: it is easy to get into and hard to get out of! So how can you control this habit and make it work for you instead of against you? Consider the following suggestions:

1. Bad association spoil useful habit. So endeavour to choose your friends wisely. Limit associating with those who encourage habits that you are trying to get rid of, and look out for those who can instill good habits.

2. Analyze your entertainment. Do not watch movies or TV programs or visit websites that are sexually stimulating. Never read books, magazines, or any other form of sexual materials that will stimulate you in the first place.

3. Where there is much traffic of bad thinking, there will be much mire and dirt. So learn to control your thoughts. If not, you will be moved to act according to what you have thought. Therefore, there is wisdom in watching everyday, the thoughts and imaginations of your heart. So always have good thoughts and avoid ruminating on bad thoughts.

4. Each time you feel like masturbating, redirect the feeling into something that is beneficial. Meditate on good things or do something creative. Also, you can go for a walk or a run, or find ways to be with friends as much as possible.

5. During the night before going to bed, read and meditate on something related to spiritual things. It is very essential that your last thought of the day be a good one.

Overcoming this habit is not very easy. It is a process that requires commitment, and you might relapse on occasions. When that happens, don't give up. A fall while running doesn't mean that you have to start over again. So a relapse with masturbation doesn't erase the progress you have already made either. Analyze what led to the relapse, and try not to repeat the same mistake. Be convince that you can win the battle.
Take the challenge. Refrain from masturbation for a week and see what happens. Just let your body rest and replenish. Continue past the one week mark. You will find out that you will have more energy, greater focus, bigger muscles, and other good things to think of, couple with a deeper sense of self-confidence, knowing that you can sexually satisfy your partner. Good news for you!

Thursday, 16 November 2017

12 Reasons Why Exercise Is Important

Our health is affected by realities over which we have no control. So we need to take measures to increase the quality of our health by exercising regularly to stay in good shape. In fact, of all the things we can do for our health, few are more generally helpful than physical exercise. So regardless of your age or background, you need regular physical activity to stay healthy. Why is exercise so important? Staying physically active can help you to:

1.  Reduce Stress
Exercise has been proven in many studies to help reduce stress effectively. Physical activity can help lower your stress levels by relieving the anxiety, depression, tension and anger that is often associated with stress. This can help to improve the quality of your health both physically and mentally. When you engage in regular physical activity, your body increases its production of chemicals in the brain known as endorphins that act as natural painkillers. Experts says that engaging in regular exercise is one of the simplest ways to clear cortisol the stress hormone, out of your system resulting in a slower heart rate, relaxed blood vessels, lower blood pressure, and a calm mind. Without a doubt, exercise is very beneficial because it's an easy antidote to daily stress. It is very effective, cost efficient and all-natural. If you are not making exercise part of your daily routine, you are really missing out. Reduce stress by simply moving and choosing and activity that is fun. You might consider brisk walking, tennis, basketball, soccer, cycling, jogging, swimming, or other aerobic exercises, and your quality of life will improve.

2.  Exercise Promotes Better Sleep
Regular physical activity promotes better quality sleep by helping you fall asleep faster and deepening your sleep. Several studies on the effects of exercise on sleep have reached the same conclusions that regular physical activity, regardless of whether it is aerobic or a combination of aerobic and resistance training, can help you sleep better and feel more energized during the day. In fact, if you make exercise part of your daily routine, you will have less or no incidence of insomnia and a better quality of sleep. While exercising will help improves the quality of your sleep, it is best to avoid exercising right before you plan to sleep. According to some research, exercise at least six hours before bedtime if possible. Sleep is very vital. It's a part of life that should not be underestimated or neglected. After all, a third of your life is spent sleeping. Can you improve your sleeping habits? Why not start exercising today!

3.  It Helps You Live Longer
People wants to live longer. They wants to enjoyed earth's resources to the full. They wants to be there for their loved ones and enjoyed as many special moments as they can together. That's normal because life was design to be so precious. If your goal is to live longer, it might interest you to learn that exercise can help you reach that goal. If exercise reduces your risk of heart disease, cancer, and diabetes, then that means you will live longer. Without regular exercise, your body gradually loses its ability and strength to function well. A recent study found that people who exercise regularly feel happier, more exited, and had more enthusiasm for life than those who don't. Research has shown that you can add up to seven years or more to your life by exercising a minimum of 150 minutes a week(that's just five days of working out for 30 minutes). So the next time you think you're too busy, remember that you're shaving off your years of life. So if you want to add life to your years and years to your life, then exercise regularly. That's the easiest way to increase your stay on this earth.

4.  It Improve Your Sex Life
Regular physical activity can improve your sexual performance and sexual pressure by strengthening the cardiovascular system, improving blood circulation, tone muscles and enhancing flexibility. Sex itself is an intense physical activity requiring flexibility, strength and endurance. As you exercise, your endurance, strength and flexibility increases, opening the way for more varied sexual positions that require greater physical control. But there is more to it than that. Research have shown that women who frequently exercise have higher energy level and become aroused more quickly, and are able to reach an orgasm faster and more intensely. And men who exercise regularly are less likely to have problem with erectile disfunction, and experience more powerful orgasms than are men who don't exercise.

5.  It Is Good For Your Muscles And Bones
Muscle strength declines as people age. But studies report that regular physical activity is essential to reducing muscle loss and maintaining strength as you age. When paired with adequate food intake, regular exercise can stimulate muscle building. Weight-bearing exercise causes new bone tissue to form, adding pressure to bones and stimulating its strength. Therefore, exercise keeps bones and muscles stronger, helping everyday task become easier. Osteoporosis is a disease which causes your bones to become fragile and weak, leaving them susceptible to fracturing. This is cause by a decrease in bone density. But experts found that the simplest way to build bone density and lower the risk of fractures and osteoporosis into old age is to exercise regularly. Surely, people who exercise regularly will have better bone density than those who do not.

6.  It Can Make You Feel Happier
As long as you stay active, you'll stay happy. Research suggests that active people are less likely to become depressed, because regular physical activity lower symptoms of depression and improves psychological fitness. It produces changes in the part of the brain that regulate stress and anxiety. Additionally, exercise increases the production of endorphins which are known to help produce positive feelings and reduce the perception of pain. Endorphins are hormones in the brain associated with a happy, positive feeling. A low level of endorphins is associated with depression. During exercise, plasma levels of this substance increase. This may help to ease symptoms of depression. Furthermore, exercise has been shown to reduce symptoms in people suffering from anxiety. It can also help them to be more aware of their mental state and practice distraction from their fears. It doesn't matter how intense your workout is, your mood will benefit from exercise no matter the intensity of the physical activity.

7.  It Can Help With Weight Loss
Experts have shown that inactivity is a major factor in weight gain and obesity. Regular exercise has been shown to increase your metabolic rate which will burn more calories and help you maintain a normal weight. Exercise burns calories, and the predominant question for someone who is trying to lose weight should be, Each day am I losing more calories than I am taking in? If the equation is reversed, then you will surely gain weight. So do the impossible. Climb stairs instead of taking the elevator. Walk or cycle instead of riding in a vehicle. Exercise! Burn calories! So if you are overweight or obese, what can you do about it? What are your choices? Lose weight or possibly lose years of life. Adopt an active life-style by exercising regularly, and feel the satisfaction of accomplishment, thus spending more years of useful life on the planet.

8.  Improve Memory And Helps Your Brain Function Better
A strong memory depends on the health and vitality of your brain. Physical exercise helps your brain stay sharp. It aids the increase in heart rate, which pumps more oxygen to the brain. It also aids the bodily release of a plethora of hormones, all of which provides a safe environment for the growth of brain cells. Exercise also helps to reduce inflammation and insulin resistance and increasing insulin sensitivity, thereby stimulating the increase of growth factors, the abundance and survival of new brain cells and even the growth of new blood vessels. Exercise boost blood flow to the brain and helps it receive oxygen and nutrients. Blood flow help create new brain cells. The better shape you're in, the faster you fire brain waves that are responsible for quick thinking. The protein BDNF(brain-derived neurotrophic factor) also seems to play a role because it helps repair and protect brain cells from degeneration. It stimulates the growth and proliferation of brain cells. This is especially true in the hippocampus, the brain region that is largely responsible for memory and learning. The more you exercise, the more BDNF you produce which will really help you with decision making, higher thinking and learning. In fact, physical activity has numerous benefits when it comes to your brain health ranging from improving memory and mental performance(increases retention of new information and better reaction to complex situations) to preventing cognitive decline, dementia, Alzheimer's, and brain aging. So rather than looking to brain food or drugs to boost your memory and mental skills, start breaking a sweat!

9.  It Can Increase Your Energy Levels
Engaging in regular physical exercise can boost your energy levels. Studies have shown that there is a direct bearing between regular physical activity and increased sustained levels of energy. Even individuals with chronic health problems such as heart disease and cancer can benefit from exercise for boosting their own levels of energy. If a sedentary individual starts an exercise program and stick to it, he will have a sustained levels of energy because exercise will enhance his blood flow, build muscle tissues by supplying oxygen and nutrients to it, thereby improving his ability to produce more energy. By utilizing stored up energy, you are actually making more of it. Mathematically, more exercise equals more energy and less fatigue. Stay in the habit of making exercise part of your daily routine, and you will have an increased sustained levels of energy.

10.  It Will Help You Attain A Healthy Skin
Regular exercise can improve the appearance and health of your skin. Blood and oxygen flowing through the skin during exercise help draw toxins out of the body, including toxins that clog pores. Getting sweating helps unclog pores and clears up breakouts that you might normally experience. And as you exercise the functions of the sweat glands increases. The nutrients, oxygen and blood supply to the skin helps to boost collagen production. Collagen plays a vital role in keeping the skin smooth. Regular exercise can also increase your body's production of natural antioxidants, which help protect your skin and delay signs of aging. Exercise also boost cell renewal, which can also improve the appearance and health of your skin. So rather than waste tons of money on facial products just to improve your skin, start breaking a sweat!

11.  It Reduces Your Risk Of Diabetes, Stroke And Cancer
Exercise is one of the most effective ways to prevent diabetes, stroke and cancer. The amazing thing is that it exerts its effects very quickly. You will definitely reap both instantaneous and long term benefits. It works so well because it helps to normalize your insulin and leptin levels, and help your body improve the way it regulates blood sugar thereby reducing your risk of diabetes. High blood pressure is the biggest contributing factor to the risk of stroke in both men and women. Obesity is another contributing factor. Exercise contribute to losing weight and lowering blood pressure, thereby reducing your risk of having stroke. Exercise also helps to reduce your risk of cancers of the colon, prostate, breast, lung, pancreas, and lining of the uterus.

12.  It Reduce Your Risk Of Heart Disease
If you have a heart failure, it means you have a weak heart. But getting yourself moving will strengthen your heart and reduce your risk of heart failure. Exercise also helps in the creation of new mitochondria which helps in the prevention of heart disease and other serious infections. In a nutshell, if you make exercise part of your daily routine, your cardiovascular health will improve and you will have a significantly less cardiovascular aging and are at far lower risk of heart attack.

Drink Enough Water
Inadequate water intake during exercise can be harmful. It can cause muscle cramping, fatigue, and decrease coordination. During exercise, you sweat at a faster rate, and this can result in a drop in your blood volume. If you do not replenish the water that is lost, the heart will do much work to circulate the blood. Research have shown that to avoid dehydration, you should drink water before, during, and after and exercise session. It is very important.

The bottom line is that your body is designed to move around and engage in regular physical activity. A sedentary lifestyle is not good to your health. Just as you make the time for eating and resting, it is important that you also make the time to remain physically active, and you will never regret it. You will feel ready to take on the world.

Monday, 11 September 2017

The Importance Of Sleep
The demands and distractions of modern life have whittled away at the time people spend sleeping. But sleep is essential to good health. Studies show that during sleep our body and brain repair themselves, benefiting memory and mood.
The amount of sleep needed varies from person to person. Most newborns and toddlers sleep for 16 to 18 hours a day. School-age children generally need at least 10 hours of sleep, and adolescents perhaps 9 or 10. Most adults need 7 to 8 hours of sleep every night to look, feel, and perform their best.

Getting the right amount of rest should not be considered optional. According to experts, sufficient sleep is important for:

1. Learning and retention of new information.

2. It improves growth and development in children and teenagers.

3. Sleep makes it easier for your body to metabolize free radicals-molecules that are said to affect the aging of cells and even cause cancer.

4. It reduces your risk of diabetes, cancer, and heart disease.

5. Getting enough sleep helps prevent migraines and other headaches.

6. You will be happier and have a good mood throughout the day.

7. It improves concentration and productivity.

8. It improves your sex life.

9. It is good for your muscles and bones.

10. You will feel less pains after a good night's sleep.

11. It boost your immune system.

12.  It lowers your risk of stress and depression.

13. You will make fewer dangerous mistakes.

14. You will live longer.

15. Getting enough rest also allows you to be awake and alert throughout the day.
Without a doubt, sleep is important for a healthy body and mind.

THE EFFECTS OF SLEEP DEPRIVATION

1. Loss of capacity to create, plan, and carry out activities. If you don't get enough sleep, your thinking ability will be affected, because lack of sleep impairs alertness, attention, problem solving, and reasoning manner, which makes it more difficult to remember or take in new information effectively.

2. It results in premature aging.

3. It causes drowsiness.

4. It causes fatigue.

5. It affects the production of white blood cells and the hormone cortisol, making you more prone to infections and circulatory diseases.

6. It increases your risk of infections, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, stroke, and even cancer.

7. Your brain interprets a lack of sleep as a lack of food. While you sleep, your organism secretes leptin, the hormone that normally lets your body know that you have eaten enough. When you stay awake longer than you should, your body produces less leptin, and you feel a craving for more carbohydrates. So sleep deprivation can lead to increased carbohydrate consumption, which in turn can lead to obesity.

8. It increases your risk of stress and depression.

9. You will spend more time and money at the doctor.

10. Additionally, sacrificing needed sleep can weaken your immune system, for it is during sleep that your body produces T cells that fight against pathogens.
Surely, these gives you good reasons to want to get enough rest.

                                                                                
        HOW TO GET A GOOD NIGHT'S SLEEP

1. Endeavor to go to bed and get up at the same time every day.

2. Do not watch TV or use gadgets while in bed.

3. Exercising yourself during the morning or afternoon can help you to be drowsy at bedtime.

4. Make your bedroom quiet, relaxing and neither too warm or too cold.

5. Preparing your body for restful sleep also involves watching your diet. Eating a substantial supper or drinking unreasonable liquor late at night can be as hurtful to sleep as going to bed on an empty stomach.

Without a doubt, you would not deliberately harm any of your vital organs because health is wealth. Sleep is a part of life that should not be underestimated or neglected. After all, a third of your life is spent sleeping. Can you enhance your sleeping habits? Why not start tonight!