Post Orgasmic Illness Syndrome (P.O.I.S.)

POIS Cause/Treatment Discussions => Hormonal Causes and Treatments => Topic started by: Unvers on December 21, 2017, 05:56:26 AM

Title: Niacine
Post by: Unvers on December 21, 2017, 05:56:26 AM
For now I treat my cognitive POIS with a neurointegrator with B3, caffeine and nicotine at low dosage, nicotine at low dosage is a stimulant while the majority of addicts use it as sedative but an individue with POIS doesn't need to be sedated but rather stimolated, I use nicotine also as antidepressant and use it by smoking, I know it is dangerous but I noted that the effect are major in comparision at nicotine gum and I decided to take the risk, nicotine is also very addictive and discontinuing it cause a withdrawal syndrome who resemble cognitive POIS infact some doctors think that POIS itself is a withdrawal syndrome to opioids released by orgasm so cognitive POIS can be compared in the cognitive symptoms to withdrawal from opioids like heroin and methadone.
Title: Re: Niacine
Post by: b_jim on December 26, 2017, 05:08:36 PM
Agree with this. The symptoms are of opiate withdrawal are strangely so close to Poi's ones.
The bad news is that this is something quite impossible to cure with a med.

In the future, there will be new med classes against pain to work on natural endorphins and they will substitute to morphine, codeine and tramadol.

I remember someone saying his symptoms are a little reduced by smoking.

I recommand to test no sugar diet.

Title: Re: Niacine
Post by: Hopeoneday on December 26, 2017, 08:38:50 PM
You yust take the word out of my mouth B jim about opiate and pois withdrawal symptoms.
Take look at this taurine help with withdrawals  fropm opioides.
Is it posile that we hawe "broken" receptors like those peoples who taking strong drugs?
When i so the efect of opioids on breathing and symptoms people who are on havy drugs...
because those centers is controled in brain...
i mean wooo is this posible? My most severe symptoms in pois days are dificulity to breathing..etc
Title: Re: Niacine
Post by: b_jim on December 27, 2017, 05:18:18 AM
Thanks Hopeoneday, I knew it and I searched some other links between taurine and o.w.s.
Few opiate addicts are using this supplement along the forum I read to reduce o.w.s
But someones  are using gabapentin.
I have small breathing problems too in Pois but it's a secondary symptoms.

non-scientific text :
It's about DLPA. And the point I didn't notice is the author links dopaminergic and opioid system. I never really think about this before.
I will try something new in 2018.