Self-Pleasuring Might Impact Your Career Growth
- 20 Sep, 2019
Self-pleasuring activity is not limited to men alone, but women have also opened to the liberating experience in recent years. However, it is a fact that average men self-fondle more than women – 13 times a month, as opposed to only 6 times. Certain popular products that males use for sensual pleasure are cheap sex dolls, inflatable sex doll or even a custom sex doll.
There is no physical ground for the male and female statistical difference though. Only the stigma and shame associated with female masturbation is responsible for women following self-pleasuring acts less than men! Since it is more of a self-pleasuring activity for women, they are usually found setting the stage more. They often tend to find some erotica to read or use a vibrator.
How are career prospects related to self-pleasuring acts? | General notions about self-pleasuring
There have been numerous studies about the health benefits of regular and frequent self-pleasuring, but few may have thought about the positive impact on your professional life too. It is because of the stigma associated with self-pleasuring in many cultures. God-fearing people think it is in-saneness, if anything, many older people associate regular self-pleasuring with being less focused and therefore less successful in their vocation. They harbor the idea that the simple act of self-act can sabotage your energy. Yet a recent study indicates that frequent acts of self-stimulation affects a person’s career graph.
About this study
The study was conducted by a skin care company on the significance of self-care and how it results in overall development including career growth. However, considering self-pleasuring as the second most popular act of self-care, the study worked on a small sample size of 1,012 individuals, which is a serious drawback. It is also not clear how the numbers are segregated along lines such as gender distribution, regular vs frequent, age, background etc.
That said, the survey does present some compelling findings. For example, 96% of people who admitted enjoying regular self-pleasure, experienced intense orgasm when they had sensual activity compared to only 70% of those who self-fondle infrequently. They also accepted that they last longer.
Career aspects of self-fondling
So how does masturbation or self-pleasuring impact a person’s career?
The study discussed above found that 85% of regular self-stimulators were employed versus 75% of infrequent self-gratifiers. Furthermore, frequent self-stimulators had income more than $3,000 greater than that of infrequent self-fondlers. As highlighted earlier, there may be limitations in the survey. However, since such activity has better health benefits (better sleep and improved immunity) it positively impacts a person’s productivity and career output too!
Need more answers? The study shows 36% of those in the frequent/regular class had senior work profiles, versus 25% in the infrequent group. (Does the study reflect that frequent self-stimulators are less shy when asking for a hike compared to the infrequent ones?)
So broadly, the data indicate that self-gratifiers seemed more self-confident and outgoing, which helps them shoulder team responsibilities and are easily marked for managerial positions at a much higher rate than infrequent fondlers. It seemed they are aware of their capabilities and know how to manage their stress because such pleasure acts also help in distressing.
Some benefits of self-pleasuring
Since at the start of this post we have hinted at the fact that women are less into this act or lesser expressive about it than men, let us start with the female health benefits of masturbation or any act of self-pleasuring. In women, self-sexual arousal aids in:
- Reducing cervical infections (through ‘tenting’ or opening of the cervix consequent to the arousal)
- Reduces chances of urinary tract infection too.
- Enhances the pelvic floor strength that happens through contractions during orgasm.
The process of ‘tenting’ stretches the cervix thus releasing the cervical mucous. This fluid circulation in the process flushes out the bacteria from that region.
Generally speaking, studies have indicated that self-pleasuring is not only safest activity but also helps boost your body image. It releases endorphins which help you relax and get sound sleep. Thus, it is helpful in reducing insomnia and the various health hazards related to it. In certain cases, the act in discussion, is also known to reduce risks like type-2 diabetes!
Let’s check out the benefits of male masturbation now…
In men, masturbation reduces chances of:
- Reduces risk of prostate cancer since the potential cancer-causing agents are flushed out from the area.
- Cortisol levels are increased. It enhances the overall immune system of the person.
- Depression is reduced as endorphins are released in the bloodstream.
- It protects you from STIs (sexually transmitted infections) too!
It however goes without mentioning that immune system enhancement and depression controls are equally effective in case of female masturbation too.
Having said this, none of the information promotes the thought that men should increase their self-pleasuring habits to help prosper in their career. This study is a simple indication for those who would like to self-indulge but feel self-conscious about it.
Self-pleasuring is liberating and can also be a fun activity, whether it impacts one’s career or not. Frequent self-pleasurers can also use a life-size doll on a regular basis that helps in strengthening pelvic muscles and practice trajectory lessons for those special nights!