Not surprisingly, there aren’t statistics kept on manual stimulation in the workplace, but anecdotal evidence suggests that this is an activity which has been on the rise in recent years. Behind closed office doors and in men’s room stalls, more guys are more frequently enjoying some pleasurable "me" time to make the 9-to-5 routine more enjoyable. Since manual stimulation can have a positive impact on manhood health, this is a welcome trend - but the reasons for men taking matters into their own hands while at work go beyond keeping their members healthy.

Why an increase?

We lack scientifically valid studies to tell us why more men and giving themselves a personal job while on the job, but some reasonable guesses can be made. First, there’s simply the fact that manual stimulation has become more acceptable. It’s still not something that is typically discussed over Sunday dinner with the folks, but people are much more open about the fact that manual stimulation is a normal and healthy activity.

Another likely reason, of course, is the internet. While many companies use firewalls to keep their employees from accessing adult sites, some do not - and many men find ways around firewalls. (It should be noted, of course, that using company computers for viewing adult media can have serious consequences in terms of employment. It is not recommended - but it’s also a fact that many men do indeed watch adult media at their desks.)


But an even more important reason may simply be that manual stimulation is a normal and healthy response to the kind of tension that is all too prevalent in the workplace. For many men, there is great pressure to perform at a high level at all times while on the clock. Whether an administrative assistant for a perfectionist boss, an auto mechanic dealing with a long line of cars needing attention or a high finance wizard making decisions that can affect the lives and fortunes of many others, a great number of people experience significant stress in their workplace.

And when a man feels stress, what’s one of the easiest ways to get a little relief? Simply retiring to the men’s room and rubbing one out!

Of course, not all men feel over-stressed at work. They may self-pleasure for other reasons. For example, a man with a really boring job may self-pleasure simply to have something interesting to do. And some men self-pleasure at work even though they’re happy and content; they simply accept that their sex drive demands some attention and are pleased to acquiesce.


And beyond the sheer pleasure factor, there can be definite benefits to getting off in the workplace. By releasing tension and relieving anxiety, it can help a man to focus better on his work. Many men are in a better mood and are less likely to become quarrelsome with co-workers after some useful stroking. The possibility of getting caught also helps some men to become more alert and attuned during manual stimulation, and that feeling often stays with them afterward.

When performed with proper care and regard for one’s job security, manual stimulation in the workplace can make a man’s work life much easier. It may also make his manhood a bit sore, so he needs to regularly use a first class manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil). Often men at work may skimp on (or neglect altogether) lubrication, which can make the manhood skin raw. Application of a topical crème with a combination of a superior emollient (like shea butter) and hydrator (like vitamin E) can repair damaged manhood skin and provide soothing moisture. That raw rubbing can also de-sensitize the manhood, the last thing a man wants. A crème with a potent neuroprotective ingredient, such as acetyl L carnitine, provides protection and relief from peripheral nerve damage that diminishes vital manhood sensation. Keeping the manhood healthy for a much-needed manual stimulation break pays off.