Author Topic: Latest Ideas on NE Avoidance  (Read 20512 times)

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Re: Latest Ideas on NE Avoidance
« Reply #40 on: March 19, 2022, 06:16:32 PM »
EDIT: I wrote too fast. You guys are talking about the day under pants influencing the night.

berlin1984, I'm wearing large boxer shorts day AND night since I found out about them. Lose pyjamas would probably be more comfortable for the nights while helping the same, indeed. I understand you not wanting to switch ahah

Weighted blankets seem to be a good idea, thanks for the suggestion ! And I can't tell much about that health concern of yours, sorry :/

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Re: Latest Ideas on NE Avoidance
« Reply #41 on: March 19, 2022, 08:40:23 PM »
I wonder how anyone can wear briefs/slips or boxer shorts in the night :)
I only wear lose pyjamas.
EDIT: I wrote too fast. You guys are talking about the day under pants influencing the night.
Maybe I should try your tip, I'm always wearing boxer briefs.


Maybe the term "boxer shorts" is not clear, I may have written "very loose pyjama pants", it is maybe clearer. 

At any rate, for the benefit of all members, it means to never wear tight underwear or tight pants or else for sleeping, to avoid any stimulating friction against tight garments when erections happen during the night.



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Re: Latest Ideas on NE Avoidance
« Reply #42 on: March 24, 2022, 05:10:19 PM »
Also when you are in an inflammatory state your body feels warmer and that might induce more uncontrollable dreams. Before going to bed, try to lower the body temperature and air temperature. Take some antiinflammatory aids like garlic or vitamin C (or both together).

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Anyone know how to lower the libido safely?
« Reply #43 on: March 25, 2022, 07:21:14 AM »
If I don't masturbate I get NEs and sometimes I feel bad even after them. Is there a safe way to decrease one's libido and avoid unwanted arousal, erections and ejaculation? If I avoid release for days I get an itch somewhere inside (prostate?) and also in my urethra after peeing, it feels almost as if I'm about to cum after I pee. The only time I remember I could go without O and NE for months was when I was hypothyroid. I've tried Vitex but it made me have *more* NEs. :)

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Re: Latest Ideas on NE Avoidance
« Reply #44 on: March 26, 2022, 05:57:40 AM »
Maybe the hypothyroid lowered your body temperature and that might be a counterweight to the POIS inflammation and possible also leaking gut inflammation. Leaky gut might be the reason for hypothyroid from the beginning.

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Re: Anyone know how to lower the libido safely?
« Reply #45 on: March 26, 2022, 10:41:17 AM »
If I don't masturbate I get NEs and sometimes I feel bad even after them. Is there a safe way to decrease one's libido and avoid unwanted arousal, erections and ejaculation? If I avoid release for days I get an itch somewhere inside (prostate?) and also in my urethra after peeing, it feels almost as if I'm about to cum after I pee. The only time I remember I could go without O and NE for months was when I was hypothyroid. I've tried Vitex but it made me have *more* NEs. :)
In addition to all the tips and suggestions in this thread, avoid anything that boost testosterone.  Lower testosterone manifests in lower libido, as well as raising estrogen level.  But not many food or supplements help with that. Hops appear to do that.  Valerian seems to help a bit too.   But the best of all is....aging... I am 57, and NE are less and less an issue. 

Skullcap and anything that lowers the blood pressure makes it more difficult to maintain an erection.  So, on the opposite, avoid salty food, because salt raises blood pressure, so it facilitates erections.  If you eat ham, cheese, chips,or any other source of salt, you will have a stiffer and more prolonged morning wood the next morning.




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