Author Topic: Latest Ideas on NE Avoidance  (Read 8849 times)


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Re: Latest Ideas on NE Avoidance
« Reply #30 on: November 10, 2016, 05:18:51 AM »
So far I've only tried 2 weeks, several times. Check this out: I just had 2 weeks break from orgasm. It ended yesterday, and I did not have sex that day. However this very night I instantly had a wet dream, just because my consciousness knew that the wait is over and that it can go wild and do whatever it wants, lol.

 I am pretty sure that if I wanted I could go longer without NE. I've also recently decided not to cheat on my girlfriend in my dreams (and so did my girlfriend), and guess what, this is my first NE since that decision and I had orgasm without having actualy sex with a stranger in my dream. All my previous wet dreams would be about a stranger, or my girlfriend, but generally I'd cheat on her in an unconscious way.

The fix to NE is to make what is unconscious - conscious, by noting down the dreams everyday at least for 2 weeks in the beginning, and if you've got your effect out of it i.e. becoming lucid in your dream when sex scene happens and that you deny it, you can go on with writing down your dreams once in a while. You need to make a habit out of becoming conscious when wet dream appears though. Be it your trigger. You could also try writing down in your dream journal that you do not want to orgasm in dreams because and write down reasons, this should definitely improve your chances to learn inhibiting NE, although I did not try that because I've got the effect pretty easily, I wonder if others would get it as easy as I did. Although, I have to say that I've been watching my dreams for a longer time now and I see continuity in my dreams --> waking state and waking state --> dreams. As in, I see how my fears, hopes and other emotions from waking life continue into the dreams and vice versa. It is a fact for everyone to notice and I wish you that. Anyways, that's why it could have been easier for me.

Any lucid dream techniques you might have heard about apply to NE. Since with lucid dreaming you can choose to have sex with anyone... You can also choose not to have sex. Although, you do not need to actually learn to lucid dream to stop NEs - I don't lucid dream, and I stop NEs. I gain lucidity only for a glimpse moment when I am about to have sex, the earlier I notice it's gonna happen the better, and then I lose it (or not) and the dream goes on.

And last but not least: I had this NE today in the morning and today I'm trying to fast until evening. Aside fasting, so far I haven't noticed any increased symptoms of POIS today. I came back from working abroad weeks ago, was sick when I came back, I had a lot of sex and orgasms and a week of orgasms left me really POIS symptomatic for so far over 2 weeks. This time symptoms subside much slower, however, again, I had NE few hours ago and no increase in symptoms.


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Re: Latest Ideas on NE Avoidance
« Reply #31 on: August 16, 2017, 08:54:35 AM »
I wanted to re-post here a link to an article on NE that has been shared by rudolphacunha this week:

Many tips are given, maybe some of you will find something useful in it to reduce nocturnal emissions to a minimum.

The article is quite short, so here it is, copy and paste:

"Hi, problems of nightfall are quite common in this age group. it is not a medical disorder and happens most often due to excess accumulation of semen.
generally the condition is not seen after marriage.
1. eat less of oily and fast food
2. almonds 3-5 daily
3. eat less in dinner, drink more water
4. masturbation is not contraindicated, rather it is one of the safest form of personal sexual gratification but off course not in excess.

Night fall or wet dreams is a very common occurrence among men, especially among adolescents . This condition is characterized by involuntary ejaculation during sleep in the night or in the early hours of the morning. The problem of night fall can be very frustrating for young men because most of the times they don’t understand the reason for it and also because it is a very embarrassing thing to discuss with not only their parents but also with their peers.
The frequency of these nocturnal emissions varies from person to person, most men only experience this condition in their adolescent years but few may suffer from it all their lives. this condition is very common and nothing really to worry about except in very few cases where it is very frequent spread over a long period of time.
Exercising regularly and avoiding spicy foods can lessen the frequency of nightfall.
1. Should start jogging or brisk walking for at least 30 minutes every day.
2. Should avoid consumption of any liquid for at least 2 hours before going to sleep.
3. Should go for urination just before going to bed.
4. Should avoid watching porn or erotic chats etc.
5. Start listening to soothing music which gives peace of mind and gives soothing effects like the meditation gives.
6. Should start reading good books at the time to keep the brain relaxed for a sound sleep.
7. If night fall happens then one should not worry about this, because if people keep on thinking about nightfall or have the fear of night fall at the time of sleeping then you get more chances to have the night fall again.
8. Should avoid constipation because an upset digestive system also sometimes causes night fall.
9. If the person is having the habit of taking milk at night then they should take milk in the evening instead of at night.
10. Start doing masturbation once in a while may help control night fall.
Remember to talk to your doctor before you start or stop your medications and never self medicate. "

Obviously, for those with POIS like us, #10 tip should be a "planned release", that is, taking a pre-pack that you know helps control and lower your symptoms, 1 hours before release, so you won't get full blast POIS cycle.
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