Clearly, self-pleasuring is a popular activity among both men and women (although more popular among men in general). Many articles have been written about the benefits to be had from regular and/or frequent self-pleasuring, including the effects that self-pleasuring rates may have on male organ health outcomes. But because of the stigma still associated with self-pleasuring, few would have thought that it might have a positive benefit for their careers. Indeed, if anything, more people probably would have associated frequent self-pleasuring with being less involved in and therefore less successful in their career. Yet a recent survey indicates that more frequent self-pleasuring may actually benefit a person’s career.
About this study
First, it should be noted that there are some drawbacks to this study. For example, it was conducted by a skin care company rather than by an independent scientific body, and so it may not have been as rigorous in its design. (Their interest may have come about from a survey that found that self-pleasuring was designated as the second most important method of self-care, just after listening to music.)
Second, the sample size – 1,012 individuals – while not bad, is also small when compared with the billions of people who self-stimulate. It also is unclear how the number breaks down along such lines as gender distribution, gender orientation, age, background, etc. And third, the 1,012 people are all individuals who have self-stimulated before, so that people who say they have never self-gratified (and may therefore skew answers) are not considered.
That said, the survey does present some interesting findings. For example, it found that 96% of people who admitted they had ever self-pleasured, self-stimulated at least monthly. Also, backing up similar findings in other studies, on average men self-gratified more than women – 13 times a month, as opposed to 6 times. And of those who were frequent self-stimulators, almost 81% typically reached peak when they had sensual activity compared to only 70% of those who self-fondle infrequently.
But what about the career benefit? Again, understanding that there may be flaws in the study design, this survey found that 85% of frequent self-fondlers were employed versus 75% of infrequent self-gratifiers. On average, frequent self-stimulators received a salary more than $3,000 greater than that of infrequent self-stimulators. (But could that reflect the fact that men tend to be both paid more than women and self-pleasure more than women?)
Need more? Almost 36% of those in the frequent self-fondlers class were managers, versus 25% in the infrequent group. And frequent self-stimulators appear to be less shy than the infrequent ones – almost 23% of frequent self-stimulators had asked for a raise in the past year, as compared to almost 15% of the infrequent group.
So collectively, the data would indicate that self-gratifiers are more confident in themselves, leading to them asking to be paid more of what they are worth and getting picked for managerial positions at a higher rate than are infrequent edgers.
None of this information should be taken to mean that guys should significantly increase their self-pleasuring habits to help break through in their career. As has been pointed out, the study is flawed. But it does provide more backup for those who would like more self-pleasuring in their lives but feel self-conscious about it.
Self-pleasuring can be a tremendous amount of fun, whether it impacts one’s career or not. But frequent self-pleasurers should also be applying a top-drawer male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) on a regular basis. The best crèmes will include L-arginine, an amino acid that helps produce nitric oxide and that in turn helps male organ blood vessels to expand when the man is stimulated. The best crèmes also includes another amino acid, L-carnitine, which has neuroprotective properties that help it to maintain manhood sensation in the face of rough handling.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving member sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.
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