If masturbation becomes compulsive, the brain, motor nerves, neuromuscular endings, and tissues can be drained of acetylcholine which can be replaced with too much stress adrenalin, which is where memory loss, lack of concentration, and eye floaters come from. The problem comes when we allow natural urges to drive our heart and actions to sinful places. God is always there to help us overcome our past if we seek him diligently. Now, it's true that there's such thing as 'too much of a good thing. Guilt and shame around masturbation could color a person's adult sexuality.
What Does the Bible Say About Masturbation?
That is, most important things have more than one cause. Guilt and shame around masturbation could color a person's adult sexuality. It should be intimate and a means to receive grace. If we listen carefully to what the bible says, we will find that when it comes specifically to the topic of masturbation…God is silent. Like I said, I am no professional, and have no education on the matter outside my personal experiences and perceptions, but I'd be more than interested to hear what anyone might have to say on any of this. I think it suits everyone. For long, masturbation has been perceived as a shameful act that needs to be hidden or punished.
5 Scientific Reasons You Should Masturbate Every Day - The Frisky
People crowded together very closely at religious gatherings and in the camp, and disease could get out of hand very quickly. I am familiar with the argument below by many: Masturbation releases sexual pressure, and can thus harm marriages by robbing the spouse of being intensely desired and needed. It curbs sex desire Myth 3: I've been talking to men here but the same is basically true for women who are tempted to masturbate, which has become almost as common as men.
They are children who have more concern for social approval than for loving God. The body is a lot smarter than that. Masturbation is definitely infertile sex, and when we consider the purpose of sex to "bond, and procreate" as presented in the Bible we can see the wisdom of the Church's constant and consistent position on this over the centuries. Whilst I was perfectly happy to discuss it, other girls would become embarrassed, due to social conditioning. In short, yes, it is a sin. I believe the difference Submitted by Angelsnecropolis on October 4, - 1: Even in secret it is still morally evil.