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Experts Say Masturbating At Work Will Improve Your Concentration

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Experts Say Masturbating At Work Will Improve Your Concentration

We've all been there - it's the afternoon and even though you've had your lunch, you're still not firing on all cylinders.

Well, according to one expert, a quick dash to the bathroom to bash one out could help.

Masturbating will boost your focus and improve your effectiveness, according to Mark Sergeant, psychology lecturer at Nottingham Trent University told the Metro.

That suggestion is supported by psychologist and life coach Doctor Cliff Arnall.

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He also told the newspaper: "I would expect a masturbation policy to result in more focus, less aggression, higher productivity, and more smiling.

"Certainly, taking a masturbation break for boredom or an escape would increase work focus."

But he says there should be some limitations to having a wank at work. One should be that you don't fantasize about a colleague while you're tossing the turkey as this could result in 'cognitive impairment'.

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He also says it would be important that the person does it discreetly and quietly so they don't make anyone else feel uncomfortable.

Speed would also have to be a factor to consider because if you're the type that needs extra stimulus and takes more than 10 minutes to complete a flute solo, this might not be for you.

According to a survey conducted by Time Out magazine in 2015, 39 percent of respondents claim to have masturbated at work.

An increase from 31 percent in 2012 where 10 percent also admitted to doing it at a party and, shockingly, 24 percent said they had masturbated while driving.

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If you need any more inspiration for why you should charm your cobra, look no further than the film The Wolf of Wall Street. Matthew McConaughey's character says he does it twice a day.

Masturbating was also found to ward off a bunch of illnesses as well.

For women, it can help prevent cervical infections and can also reduce insomnia and increase pelvic floor strength.

For men, it can help reduce prostate cancer as well as increase cortisol levels, reduce depression and prevent infertility.

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People do all sorts of things for a quick break like smoking or exercise, so why couldn't this be included in the list?

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