Prostate Massage – How Much is Enough? How Much is Too Much?

Prostate massage is without a doubt one of the most powerful tools for healing a sick and painful prostate. It’s not because of the massage itself. It is because of what the massage does for your body.

Prostate massage better enables the prostate gland to heal itself.

There are no drugs, nor will there ever be any, that can compare with what Mother Nature can do to heal your body.

What some correct massage does is bring more fresh new blood to your sick tired aching prostate. It is the increased supply of fresh healthy blood that enables your body to clean and heal itself.

Where 99% Of Prostate Problems Come From

Most problems of the prostate gland come from just four sources:

1) Toxic accumulation

2) Lack of oxygen and nutrients

3) Inadequate nutrition

4) Too much sex

Correct prostate massage will take care of the first two. Moderation (and even an extended period of rest) will take care of the third. Learning what to feed your body will cover the fourth.

With this knowledge and use of these tools you can handle over 99% of all prostate problems. Even the most long term, chronic, and terrible ones.

How Much Prostate Massage Is Enough?

How much should you massage your prostate? That answer is different for each individual. It depends on the condition of your prostate and what the problem or problems are.

But, consider prostate massage just like an exercise program.

If your body is sick, weak, and out of shape generally, you can’t do too much exercise. The same will be true for your prostate gland.

And if your prostate is already in pain, sick and weak you won’t want to make it worse.

When you first begin, it is very important to ALWAYS be very gentle. You’re not usually going to fix a prostate problem in just one day. Neither are you going to become a Mr. America body builder after just one day in the gym. Make sense?

Persistence Is Key

Persistence is a key factor with prostate massage. Slow and sure like the tortoise will actually be your quickest way to success.

When a man does too much massage or massages too hard, it can cause some real pain the following day or two and the man often gives up after that.

This is just like most people who buy gym memberships. Did you know that of all the people who buy lifetime gym memberships, most people will use that gym just 4 times. Just 4! Then they give up and never return.

Why? Because they do too much in the beginning. All their muscles hurt after that. They feel crappy and irritable. So they quit! It all went wrong because they did too much too soon.

Don’t let that happen to you with your prostate massage program.

Start SLOWLY!

Be gentle. Especially during the first massages.

It’s much better to feel like you’re not doing enough than to feel like you did too much.

After the first internal prostate massage, wait a few days before doing another one. If you are starting with the external prostate protocol reviews prostate massage it can be done every day.

But, the internal prostate massage is usually much more intense. You are contacting the prostate directly. You’re not massaging through a layer of muscle and fat with this massage.

You can compare this to weight lifting and walking. Walking you can do every day. But, weight lifting is most effective when done just 2 or 3 times a week. This is because weight lifting is much more intense. The body needs more time to rest, clean up and recover from it.

How Much Massage Is Too Much?

I’m sure by now you’re probably getting the idea. Any amount that causes pain is too much.

In the beginning there will usually be some normal tenderness. And the next day or two may easily result in some added soreness. This is a natural phenomena. During your first few massages you’re going to be releasing a lot of accumulated toxins. These toxins have been accumulating for years!

When they are stirred up (and they start coming out ot the prostate tissues) they can irritate not only your prostate gland, but your whole prostate area. This is what causes the normal soreness on following days.

Then the blood will slowly flush them away.

The same thing can happen if you have not massaged your prostate for a long time.

Other than that, if you are experiencing pain during your massage you are either being too aggressive or you are massaging for too long a period of time. Or both.

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