Self-control is the leitmotif of Judasim. There's self-control and there's forbidding masturbation. The reason for this is not uncleanness, since words of Torah are not susceptible of uncleanness, but the aim is to avoid that scholar might always be with their wives like cocks. A woman is "impure" during and after menstruation. Petitions both in Yiddish Tkhines and Hebrew te h innot have been composed to aid in fulfillment of the menstrual laws and to make use of the fulfillment of the commandment as an auspicious time for personal petitions, particularly for fertility. The addiction part is of your problem is the result of your attitude toward this activity.
That's a very serious problem.
Judaism and masturbation
These meanings added to the original sense of distancing or separation, creating a new semantic range which influenced the legal and emotional understanding of niddah over the course of generations. Women who did not have a set period continued to be obligated to examine themselves before coitus. This meant that a woman was niddah for seven days. I was careful to say that he is still tameh, not that the tevillah didn't work. Please help improve this article by adding references to reliable secondary sourceswith multiple points of view. The best way I can describe the emotion is feeling like shit. We're special - and therefore we're not animals.