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Sleep paralysis
« on: April 18, 2014, 02:27:33 PM »
Through my whole childhood and before i started masturbation, I can think of only one or two times I had sleep paralysis.
when I started the habit of masturbation, I used to get sleep paralysis on the same day I had an orgasm. It was very terrifying in the beginning that I thought I was going to die everytime I get it. over time, I developed ability to recognize sleep paralysis when I'm having an episode. which makes it a little bit horrible, knowing it is a temporary thing and i'm going to survive.
I don't have that now as much as I used to do. My POIS is worse than before tho. May be sleep paralysis is a phenomenon that goes along with a sort of body healing from POIS. 

Speaking of sleep problems, POIS makes my sleep experience worse. for example, When I'm about to fall deeply asleep, I wake up stressed out, as if my body is refusing to sleep. I get Nightmares more than a normal person do. I haven't had a deep sleep for ages (even when I stop having Orgasms).

POIS is my worst enemy


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Re: Sleep paralysis
« Reply #1 on: April 18, 2014, 10:15:55 PM »
I have a sort of sleep disorder as well. My sleep phase is delayed by 4 hours. I sleep better after taking Claritine, an anti-histamine.
It started ever since my first orgasm. It lasts exactly for 7 days. Symptoms mainly in the brain: extreme mental  fatigue, difficulty concentrating, inability to comprehend/retain what is read,shortened attention span, loss of speech fluency, cloudy mindedness, mild headache, and anxiousness