Hello, I saw my younger brother masterbate 2 days a day.. And I caught more than 5 times following week.. When i talk to him he isn't responding and when I told my friend to speak who he also often speaks as a close one.. He complains now of low apetitie and pain in lower back and very very lazy and has become pale .. And he has become a porn addict I think .. But he no other concerns like scoring low in engineering exams.But my friend asked brother he said that he is very low every time and pain in legs and back weak body.. When asked how many days he is masturbating he has told him that he is doing it from 5 to 7 years from now and in daily basis. I can't tell my parents about this.. And if u talk to him.. He is uncomfortable and hiding from me... And he is not coming to consult doctor as he is shy and they will admit him to hospital and stuff ..Now what is the medication to be given through my means of friend as he complains pain in legs and back. & how do I deal with this issue
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Hi, it looks like anemia. Weakness, paleness of skin,easy fatigueness, body pain are the cmon symptoms. Take iron rich diet like green leafy vegetable diet, egg, ragi,red meat etc. You can take iron supplements. Go for hemoglobin test. masturbation is an healthy sexual activity. It will not harm to your health. Sometimes It can interfere or disturb daily activity. If it is excessive you can control it by doing yoga, jogging, When you get the urge to masturbate, quickly engage in an alternative activity. Whether you pick up a book or go to the movies with friends, participate in anything that will successfully distract you from your masturbatory desires. Find other pleasurable activities that bring you joy. Find an enjoyable hobby that requires your full attention. For example, if you enjoy art take a painting class.consult general physician for further care.
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