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Re: Latest Ideas on NE Avoidance
« Reply #30 on: April 03, 2021, 04:21:05 AM »
That the sugar inhibits the taurine from beeing uptaked by the cells or that the taurine increase the suger uptake?

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Re: Latest Ideas on NE Avoidance
« Reply #31 on: June 02, 2021, 05:54:32 AM »
I just had a NE tonight and toook a strong coffee plus a monster drink (plus the other post packs). No improvements at all after 1 hour...

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Re: Latest Ideas on NE Avoidance
« Reply #32 on: June 02, 2021, 08:57:35 AM »
I haven't had a NE for months, but tonight I also had one. Actually I had two consecutive Os 2 and 3 days ago, so I was really not in the mood for sexual activity, but it still occured. In the morning I realized that my mistake must have been that I ate a few sandwitches with cheese in the evening. Even though cheese doesn't seem to do much to POIS itself I realized years ago that it makes me very prone to NE. It doesn't mean that I have NE every time I eat cheese, but this makes it very likely to happen. Eating it in the evening looks to be especially risky. Of course this was all due to an erotic dream, but I don't see why I dream about it when I haven't had any thought of it the whole day, while at other times I even watch some porn without an O and I still don't have such dreams.

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Re: Latest Ideas on NE Avoidance
« Reply #33 on: June 02, 2021, 07:57:42 PM »
I haven't had a NE for months, but tonight I also had one. Actually I had two consecutive Os 2 and 3 days ago, so I was really not in the mood for sexual activity, but it still occured. In the morning I realized that my mistake must have been that I ate a few sandwitches with cheese in the evening. Even though cheese doesn't seem to do much to POIS itself I realized years ago that it makes me very prone to NE. It doesn't mean that I have NE every time I eat cheese, but this makes it very likely to happen. Eating it in the evening looks to be especially risky. Of course this was all due to an erotic dream, but I don't see why I dream about it when I haven't had any thought of it the whole day, while at other times I even watch some porn without an O and I still don't have such dreams.

Do you eat aged cheese, blue cheese, brie, cheddar or feta ?  they all contains tyramine, which has an effect on monoamines metabolism (like dopamine, epinephrine, and norepinephrine), see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyramine#Physical_effects_and_pharmacology

I do not know if there is a link in your case of cheese vs NE, but it could be interesting to be investigated.
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Re: Latest Ideas on NE Avoidance
« Reply #34 on: June 03, 2021, 12:25:52 AM »
I haven't had a NE for months, but tonight I also had one. Actually I had two consecutive Os 2 and 3 days ago, so I was really not in the mood for sexual activity, but it still occured. In the morning I realized that my mistake must have been that I ate a few sandwitches with cheese in the evening. Even though cheese doesn't seem to do much to POIS itself I realized years ago that it makes me very prone to NE. It doesn't mean that I have NE every time I eat cheese, but this makes it very likely to happen. Eating it in the evening looks to be especially risky. Of course this was all due to an erotic dream, but I don't see why I dream about it when I haven't had any thought of it the whole day, while at other times I even watch some porn without an O and I still don't have such dreams.

Do you eat aged cheese, blue cheese, brie, cheddar or feta ?  they all contains tyramine, which has an effect on monoamines metabolism (like dopamine, epinephrine, and norepinephrine), see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyramine#Physical_effects_and_pharmacology

I do not know if there is a link in your case of cheese vs NE, but it could be interesting to be investigated.

The cheese we consume most of the times is called Trappista cheese. It is a general consumer product which is not very expensive. The one I just ate is said to be lactose free, so this probably has nothing to do with NE at least. I rarely eat other kinds of cheese as they are expensive for my budget. I like the taste of cheese, but not to the degree I would say that I can't live without it.
Nevertheless thanks for the information about tyramine! I will keep an eye on it while reading articles. I will also try some of the cheese you mentioned to see if something similar happens, although I can't say my suspicion about this is absolutely confirmed. My intention was partially to raise awareness and see if others may have experienced something similar.