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Does masturbating help in weight loss ?

is masturbating help for waight loss pls tel me soon becouse after masturbating i feel vary much tired so that why i feel that this can help to loss my waight....so is it posible or not pls tel me is masturbating help for waight loss? pls tel me soon becouse after masturbating i feel vary much tired so thats why i feel that this can help to loss my waight....so is it posible or not pls tel me
Asked On : Fri, 11 Mar 2011
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Hi Das,

Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum
There is no proven data to claim that masturbation can lead to wait reduction. In that case all obese people would have resorted to this. You are feeling tired because there is a sudden surge of the excitatory hormones like endorphins and prolactin. The release of endogenous opioids (commonly known as endorphins) that are required for ejaculation and associated with orgasm also lead to that slightly euphoric state and drowsiness.
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Dr. Naveen Kumar
Answered: Fri, 11 Mar 2011
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