Masturbation: Beyond vicarious lust and recreational relase & relief (Page 4)
The giant midget: If you enjoy it , keep doing it till you drop dead from pure satisfaction
I do me ,you do you , everybody does themselves
The giant midget: Relentless dude
What on earth does your yapping have to do anything with mastrubation at all
Take your baggage to the complaints department just down the hallway 3rd door on the right if you're coming from the WireAuto service department side otherwise it's the 5th door on your left coming from this side
Have a good day
(Edited by The giant midget)
junyabee: @torontomale The physiological equivalent of an ECT therapy procedure, but one manually self-induced w/ or w/o props to aid the procedure..
What is Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)?
Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is a medical treatment most commonly used in patients with severe major depression or bipolar disorder that has not responded to other treatments.
ECT involves a brief electrical stimulation of the brain while the patient is under anesthesia. It is typically administered by a team of trained medical professionals that includes a psychiatrist, an anesthesiologist, and a nurse or physician assistant.
Does ECT work?
Does ECT work?
Extensive research has found ECT to be highly effective for the relief of major depression. Clinical evidence indicates that for individuals with uncomplicated, but severe major depression, ECT will produce substantial improvement in approximately 80 percent of patients. It is also used for other severe mental illnesses, such as bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. ECT is sometimes used in treating individuals with catatonia, a condition in which a person can become increasingly agitated and unresponsive. A person with catatonia can seriously injure themselves or develop severe dehydration from not eating or drinking.
ECT is typically used when other treatments, including medications and psychotherapy, haven’t worked. ECT is also used for people who require a rapid treatment response because of the severity of their condition, such as being at risk for suicide.
ECT’s effectiveness in treating severe mental illnesses is recognized by the American Psychiatric Association, the American Medical Association, the National Institute of Mental Health, and similar organizations in Canada, Great Britain and many other countries.
Although ECT can be very effective for many individuals with serious mental illness, it is not a cure. To prevent a return of the illness, most people treated with ECT need to continue with some type of maintenance treatment. This typically means psychotherapy and/or medication or, in some circumstances, ongoing ECT treatments.
junyabee: @torontomale2009 The mind-clearing effects of electro-convulsive therapy is the blunt instrument that the agile, lubricated hand accomplishes as pleasurable relief for its subject