Healthy Prostate Massaging

Have you experienced your first prostate massage experience yet? If you have, then you probably felt like you just finished a long session at the gym. Don’t worry as this is a totally natural reaction. After all, you’re stimulating one of the primary nerve centers of the male sexual system. They don’t call the prostate the “male g spot” for no reason. It’s a powerhouse of erotic pleasure that can change a man’s life!

While pleasure is one of the main reasons that most people get into prostate massage, it isn’t the only reason. Engaging in prostate massage can also be healthy for you. In fact, some men who have medical problems with their prostates turn to prostate massage as a way to help cure their prostate problems.

This is one of the reasons that you may feel some soreness after a prostate massaging session. While it is possible to slightly bruise the prostate by being too rough during a prostate massage, even those who are gentle and careful may find that they end up with soreness. Why is this? Because the prostate stimulation that happens as a result of massaging the prostate actually releases a lot of stagnant blood and fluid that would otherwise be trapped inside the prostate.

Prostate massaging sort of “shakes loose” this harmful fluid. So a while after finishing a prostate massage, you may feel some discomfort as fresh blood flows into the irritated areas of the prostate. As long as the pain is very minor, you don’t need to worry about it. It’s like the sting you get from using mouthwash – the sensation lets you know that it’s working!

Your first prostate massage is likely to provoke the strongest reaction. From that point forward, the feeling should be far less intense and may not even be noticeable. If you engage in prostate stimulation regularly, it will keep fresh blood flowing there and ensure that your spot remains in good health.

Some men turn to prostate stimulation as a way to relieve a pre-existing prostate issue. Some men develop a disease known as prostatitis. This disease is caused by a serious buildup of stagnant fluids in the prostate gland. It is possible to relieve the painful pressure of this condition by massaging the prostate. However, you want to be especially careful in this situation. The prostate will already be inflamed so it can be very easy to for a pleasurable massage to turn painful. You should always consult a doctor before self-diagnosing and medicating through pressure massage.

Here are some other tips for healthy prostate massaging. You shouldn’t go overboard with prostate stimulation. Yes, it feels great and it is beneficial for you in many ways. However, you still need to give your male g spot a break every once and awhile. It’s not recommended that you perform prostate massage more than 3 times a week. Also, prostate massage can be pretty exhausting. Make sure you replenish your fluids and energy with food and drink after a strenuous session!