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why do i feel weak after masturbation ?

why do i feel weakness after masturbation ?, i am 26 male, slim body. masturbates, 3-7 / week. if i m getting weakness after masturbation, does this means, will i get weakness after having sex also ? because i never had sex yet, so i m bit curious about it.
Asked On : Sat, 7 Aug 2010
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  Anonymous's Response
jeez... Ignore the other guy. Masturbating is actually good for your body. I wont go into too many details as that is not what the question is asking. Basically, when you masturbate and ejaculate, you're body releases hormones into your system that calms you, make you relax, and makes you sleepy, which is why people often sleep after having sex. Try masturbating before you go to sleep, and I guarantee you'll sleep a lot better than normal. Also try masturbating during stressful times.
Answered: Mon, 30 Aug 2010
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masturbating is bad for your health so regular sex wont make you tired like that
Answered: Sat, 7 Aug 2010
  User's Response
anonymous said it perfectly (hormones, etc.)... Think of it as like climbing a tall mountain - on the way up (arousal) you're going higher and higher with sexual tension (requiring lots of energy, too). Then you cross over the peak (orgasm) and head down a very steep slope on the other side, where your body is programmed to rest and recover.

Thank God for these wonderful mountains - try to enjoy all parts of the trip, up - over the peak - and back down!
Answered: Thu, 2 Sep 2010
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