This Man Masturbated 14 Times A Day (!!!!!) Until He Realized THIS

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Man Masturbates 14 Times A Day
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He wouldn't even last 24 hours at certain weak points in his life.

Erectile dysfunction seems like a hot topic in the news lately, with varied and advanced treatments for ED being bandied about health reports all the time. Some of the latest treatments for ED include shock treatments, as reported by Fox News, with low-intensity shock waves being administered to guys with mild to moderate cases of ED. The thought process is that the mild shocks help send extra blood flow to the penis to overcome erectile dysfunction.

There are also new ED reports that claim drinking too much soda can cause erectile dysfunction as well, reports Metro, adding to the list of reasons such as too much sugar content to give up sodas for good.

After rooting out underlying health issues such as heart disease or diabetes (which could contribute to erectile dysfunction), new reports claim a new cause: avid porn-watching and masturbation.

As reported by KCSG Television, the GOP might make porn a public health crisis. Porn-viewing and addiction to porn is being called a harmful practice that causes increased erectile dysfunction.

One man named Alexander Rhodes admitted just how much porn caused his own case of ED and spilled the beans on how that erectile dysfunction negatively affected his relationship.

As reported by the New York Times, 26-year-old Rhodes calls himself uniquely qualified to help other people who are addicted to porn, since Rhodes' porn addiction gave him a mild case of ED that he successfully overcame. Rhodes has become a spokesperson of sorts for porn addiction and porn's ties to erectile dysfunction.

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Since giving up porn for good in 2013, Rhodes admitted that his relationships with women got better.

Ever since first viewing porn by accident as an 11-year-old boy who accidentally clicked on an ad banner that led to a rape photo, Rhodes began his journey with porn. By the time he hit college, Rhodes was masturbating to porn as much as 14 times per day. He tried to break away and physically recover from all the porn-watching and masturbation, but he wouldn't even last 24 hours at certain weak points in his life.

However, Rhodes didn't link ED to his porn habits — even while admitting he had suffered from a mild case of erectile dysfunction that he only overcame when he thought of porn while with his girlfriend.

"I don't think it was all due to internet porn. But I can tell you that the sex life didn't go very well. I had porn-induced erectile dysfunction — a very mild form, and this is all very self-diagnosed, because doctors won't diagnose this — but I was able to maintain an erection by fantasizing about pornography. That was the only way," he said.

"I think I was relying on pornography as some kind of emotional crutch," he continues. "If anything bad would happen, you would go to porn, because it would always be there. I knew it was bad for me. But I also realized it was bad for women I was involved with, and that was the moment that I said: 'I need to leave this thing behind. It is completely distorting my sexuality to the point where it could actually be harmful or at least not enjoyable for other people who I am involved with.'"

When Rhodes began a topic on Reddit back in 2011 about stopping masturbating (also known as "fapping") and giving up porn, he discovered other folks with like minds. He began a website called NoFap.com, something likely to be embraced by conservatives— at least for its stance on abstinence from potentially ED-inducing habits like porn and masturbation.

Rhodes' viewpoint on being a firm believer in pre-marital sex butts up against a biblical worldview, but his efforts in helping men and women escape porn and enjoy their own hopefully erectile dysfunction-free lives is being viewed as positive.

Reports from adherents online fill forums with their own testimonies about how masturbating to porn set them up to ejaculate quickly and objectify women, something that didn't sit well in their real-world relationships. Terry Crews recently confessed to how his porn-addiction almost led to a divorce, as reported by the Inquisitr.

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