Prostate massage therapy: Definition, types, and risks
A frequently reported experience from Aneros users is the distortion of time. Many men have reported apparent lapses, gaps or blocks of time of which they have no recollection. It appears the pleasure generating aspect of Aneros usage interferes with a man's normal perception of the passage of time. For this reason you should plan sessions for periods when time constraints are not critical to other activities. Sexual practices within the cultural, religious and legal contexts of our world are extremely diverse, confusing, ambiguous and occasionally irrational.
What are the benefits of prostate massage therapy?
The Anal Peripheral Prostate Massage is most commonly needed by executives, drivers and others who are required to sit for long periods of time each day. Tightness in the anal muscles has been found to be the cause of much unexplainable prostate and testicular pain. There are a lot of connecting nerves and blood vessels between your male sexual organs and your anus. This congestion and lack of blood flow is often also responsible for a condition commonly known as "Achey Ball Syndrome". That is when your testicles hurt and there is no medical explanation for it.
Many people enjoy anal pleasure during solo and shared play, regardless of their gender identity or sexual orientation. This is because the anus is an area of our bodies that's packed with nerve endings and is highly receptive to touch. Anal stimulation has the potential to feel great for anyone with a butthole, but for men and people with a prostate, anal exploration can be especially pleasurable. Yes, it does also feel good for women and vagina-havers.