Chinese medicine masturbation

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Traditional Chinese Medicine teaches us that masturbation and porn addiction can cause a man to literally destroy his body. These men often experience many health problems including a lack of energy and inability to concentrate. Another problem that many masturbators suffer from is impotence which results from a lack of energy. The classics or traditional texts that are the basis of Traditional Chinese Medicine actually list a number of diseases that can be caused by constant masturbation. They also have names for the conditions that masturbating can lead to. Seminal emission occurs when the energy of the kidneys and heart are released or wasted from the body.

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December 05, - by enrica - in Diet Therapy , Lifestyle. No Comments. In Chinese Medicine, Jing is the essence of who we are, where we have come from and where we are going. It is a substance or energy that comes from our parents and from it, our growth and development occur. With weak Kidney Jing, people may experience infertility, chronic miscarriage, low quality sperm count, impotence and low libido as well as lower back pain, premature hair greying, or poor memory and concentration.

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The symptoms can last weeks to months after a single orgasm. In Traditional Chinese Medicine , Shenkui is believed to result from getting stuck in yang and finding relief in yin medicines. The getting stuck in yang caused through the loss of semen, more specifically the result of orgasm. Semen is believed to be "lost" through sexual activity or masturbation, nocturnal emissions , "white urine" which is believed to contain semen , or other mechanisms. Symptoms within the Chinese diagnostic system include painful brain fog, chills, dizziness, backache, tiredness, weakness, insomnia, frequent dreams, and complaints of sexual dysfunction such as premature ejaculation or impotence.