Masturbation without ejaculation

This technique has been found to greatly reduce symptoms in terms of clearing brain fog, regaining mental and physical energy, and lifting one’s mood.  It involves maintaining sexual stimulation until just before achieving orgasm; upon which time all stimulation is promptly ceased.  Typically, at this point, pre-ejaculatory fluid (Cowper’s fluid) is released from the penis.

This technique raises dopamine to high levels.  However, since orgasm is not achieved, these levels theoretically remain high or gradually decline in which time psychological symptoms are greatly improved.

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