True or False
Sexual intercourse feels better than masturbation.
FALSE — Pleasure-inducing hormones known as endorphins are released into your system during all types of sexual activity. The pleasure level varies and can be just as strong, or stronger, during masturbation.
Masturbation leads to less enjoyment of sex with a partner.
FALSE — Masturbation helps you discover your “hot spots.” Many women pass this knowledge on to their partners and, in doing so, experience better sex. In addition, solo-foreplay can enhance arousal, and lead to stronger and more frequent orgasms during sex.
Solo pleasure is not uncommon for seniors.
TRUE — Adults may masturbate well into their post-retirement days. Recent surveys show that nearly half of adults over the age of 60 have masturbated at least once during their golden years, and one fifth of seniors masturbate once a week or more.
The benefits of masturbation are purely sexual.
FALSE — Masturbation can help you sleep better, relieve cramps, build self-esteem, lower stress and anxiety, and much more.
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