Science Has Some Very Bad News For Consistent Porn Watchers (Guilty!)


Science Has Some Very Bad News For Consistent Porn Watchers (Guilty!)

Science Has Some Very Bad News For Consistent Porn Watchers (Guilty!)

You been having trouble getting a woody, bro? Don’t be bashful. It’s not just a problem for older people. Hell I picked up these generic Viagra pills from Costa Rica last month and now I’m not sure I can get hard without them. My dick’s like “no pill, no work.” I have no one to blame but myself. In any event, I need all the blood flow I can get. And a new survey suggests I should change my habits. The study , which will be presented at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Urological Association, claims that men who watch porn consistently are more likely to suffer erectile dysfunction. What’s more, is that those who prefer watching their fantasies played out on screen are also less likely to enjoy actually having sex,  the study showed .

In evaluating men with sexual dysfunction ages 20-40, there appears to be a correlation between pornography use and sexual dysfunction in those who report a preference for masturbation to pornography (3.4 percent) rather than sexual intercourse, with or without pornography (96.6 percent).

And who said women had it hard?

In a sample of women ages 20-40, less than 40 percent reported use of pornography; however, there does not appear to be any correlation between its use and female sexual dysfunction.

  Joseph Alukal, MD, American Urological Association spokesperson, basically was speaking to me when he said this:

“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,” said Dr. Alukal. “These studies suggest the issue may be trivial in women, but not so for men, and could lead to sexual dysfunction. 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. For this reason, it’s important for physicians to understand the underlying issues leading to the sexual dysfunction prior to suggesting treatment options.

Time to turn over a new leaf. Definitely not watching porn at work anymore. Gotta start somewhere.

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