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Watching Porn and Fapping Can Hinder Your Real Life Pimpin’ Game According to Doctors

“Do you jerk off do you beat off? Yo, that’s all I ever heard/If you can’t control your penis maybe you should go to church” – MC Chris “The Masturbation Song”

One glance at the world’s top porn sites reveals that the world has a serious addiction to sex on the Internet.

Nestled among top ranking brands like Google, Yahoo and Ebay are high-trafficked adult websites like LiveJasmine.com, and RedTube.

Websites like PornHub and XVideos have so much porn that they can update their sites with over 10,000 new videos, every single day!

But if you’re not careful, watching too much porn will hinder your pimpin’ game in real life.

“Visual stimulation will often increase sexual arousal in both men and women, but when the majority of their time is spent viewing and masturbating to pornography, it is likely they will become less interested in real-world sexual encounters.” – Dr. Joseph Alukal, MD and Director of Male Reproductive Health at New York University, New York, NY.

While this may seem obvious, a Dr. Alukal and a group of scientists crunched some numbers to reveal just how much of an impact jerking off has on your relationships.

“These studies suggest the issue may be trivial in women, but not so for men, and could lead to sexual dysfunction,” said Dr. Alukal.

Dr. Alukal and his team did two separate surveys to better define pornography use and any contribution to sexual dysfunction in women and men.

For women ages 20-40, less than 40 percent reported using porn, and there was no correlation between masturbating and female sexual dysfunction.

But the results were very dismal for guys.

A study of males the same age found a link between pornography use and sexual dysfunction in those who report a preference for masturbation to pornography (3.4%) rather than sexual intercourse.

The typical media for viewing pornography was the internet (72.3%) and smartphone (62.3 %).

According to the doctor, it’s going to be important to evaluate the underlying issues driving your insatiable sexual appetite for pornography off of the Internet.

“Sex is half in your body and half in your head and it may not be a physical component driving the behavior, but a psychological one,” reasoned Dr. Alukal.

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