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Re: Personal POIS Summaries and Histories.
« Reply #120 on: May 05, 2019, 01:23:06 PM »
I O yesterdey after 30 days of abstinece , today pain under prostate,
heart palpilations, bump heart, M Gravis symptomes, breathing problems(shortenes of breath), fatigue, memory problems(ram memory) short memory, migrains in sinus region,
nerve hipersensibility, buzzing under knees(nerves cant fire properly),
facial change, lose facial muscules,
pain in muscules, iritability.

That sucks how many O's did you do. 
If i wait that long and only do one O my pois is milder.

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Re: Personal POIS Summaries and Histories.
« Reply #121 on: May 05, 2019, 01:31:45 PM »
I O yesterdey after 30 days of abstinece , today pain under prostate,
heart palpilations, bump heart, M Gravis symptomes, breathing problems(shortenes of breath), fatigue, memory problems(ram memory) short memory, migrains in sinus region,
nerve hipersensibility, buzzing under knees(nerves cant fire properly),
facial change, lose facial muscules,
pain in muscules, iritability.
That clearly sounds like an immune flare, but I truly think POIS is special with the neuro-symptoms.

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« Reply #122 on: May 05, 2019, 02:21:37 PM »
That sucks how many O's did you do. 
If i wait that long and only do one O my pois is milder.
The same, that second is a killer. My pois is alsou cumulative.
I had two, the one night before, second in morning, to much liquid in
prostate and semen in testicles after long period of abstinence.
That make me to feell unplesent in my body.
Dr-pois.

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« Reply #123 on: May 04, 2020, 11:02:52 AM »
Hello everyone,

History

Time to tell my story. I am 25 year old male who has suffered from POIS since I am 15/16 year old (can't remember exactly when it started to happen). Since then, I have always been more fatigued and less motivated in everything I do. Grades started to drop and I needed at least 9 hours of sleep to function normally during a day. Over the years, my social skills started to diminish and I became a lot more insecure. I experienced brain frog and my memory worsened. I sometimes preferred to stay nights at home instead of hanging out with friends. I could never explain why I felt that way. Since I was 19/20 years old I started to feel I was losing my friends due to my insecurity, but in reality this was not the case.

Since I am 22 years old, someone from a project group at Uni told me about NoFap and that you could get "superpowers" from it. Purely out of curiosity, I started to try it out. Around 9 days in and I felt the happiest I've been in around 6 years. I had a smile on my face that lasted the whole day. From that point I thought that I've been a porn addict all this time, since I watched porn a lot. I think I watched porn and masturbated on average maybe 1-2 times per day. Sometimes I masturbated 4-6 times a day. I started practicing nofap, but when I relapsed I would always feel the same symptoms again. I just thought it was because of my excessive masturbation history and porn addiction that I would have these symptoms.

One year later, the nofap went with ups and downs. Granted, the amount of masturbation went down immensely. Sometimes I had a streak of 7 days and sometimes of 100 days. But I had always the same symptoms after I orgasmed. I got a girlfriend for the first time and started having sex for the first time. However, the same symptoms after sex started happening again. I was really confused why this happened. After a few weeks I started googling and found out that it was POIS that caused these symptoms. I was happy and devastated at the same time. Happy, because I found out that it was an actual disease and I was not going crazy. Devastated, because it is something that you cannot easily get rid off.

Another year went by. I was still happy in my relationship, but POIS symptoms were still there. I started reading something about breathing techniques and realized I've been a mouth breather all my life. I thought myself to breath through my nose (both in and out). POIS symptoms reduced drastically since then, from a 5-7 day cycle to a 3-4 day cycle. However, I still need at least 10 days to fully recover since then.

Present

One more year passes by. POIS is still present, but I have noticed that symptoms after sex start to diminish. This happened during the last months of my relationship, which ended half a year ago. I haven't had sex since then so I cannot tell if this is still is the case. All my memories of the past years still seem vague. I can't really remember anything from 17-21 years old. But I feel my memory is slowly getting better. I feel at my best when I haven't been working out for a few days and have been abstaining from orgasm for at at least 10 days. When this is the case, my brain functions really good and my memory/focus is 1000x better. I am still practicing nofap, although I relapse every 30-60 days. Often times this is when I'm drunk.  When having a orgasm when drunk, however, symptoms are less intense than when I'm sober. Overall, I feel soooo much better than before doing Nofap, also because I barely watch any porn (1-3 times every 1-2 months) nowadays. I do not dare to think where I would have been now if it weren't for that random guy from my project group who told me about nofap. He might have just saved my life.

Symptoms

My symptoms comprise of fatigue, increased irritability, social distancing (comes in handy nowadays haha), brain fog, depressed feelings, tone in voice becomes worse, increased vulnerability to stress, sense of fight or flight, bad focus, bad memory (especially short-term).

When do symptoms appear

After orgasm. I noticed approx 8 months ago that symptoms after sex started to decrease. I also notice POIS symptoms after working out in the gym, but not as intense after orgasm.




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Re: Personal POIS Summaries and Histories.
« Reply #124 on: May 05, 2020, 10:43:44 AM »
Hello everyone,

History

Time to tell my story. I am 25 year old male who has suffered from POIS since I am 15/16 year old (can't remember exactly when it started to happen). Since then, I have always been more fatigued and less motivated in everything I do. Grades started to drop and I needed at least 9 hours of sleep to function normally during a day. Over the years, my social skills started to diminish and I became a lot more insecure. I experienced brain frog and my memory worsened. I sometimes preferred to stay nights at home instead of hanging out with friends. I could never explain why I felt that way. Since I was 19/20 years old I started to feel I was losing my friends due to my insecurity, but in reality this was not the case.

Since I am 22 years old, someone from a project group at Uni told me about NoFap and that you could get "superpowers" from it. Purely out of curiosity, I started to try it out. Around 9 days in and I felt the happiest I've been in around 6 years. I had a smile on my face that lasted the whole day. From that point I thought that I've been a porn addict all this time, since I watched porn a lot. I think I watched porn and masturbated on average maybe 1-2 times per day. Sometimes I masturbated 4-6 times a day. I started practicing nofap, but when I relapsed I would always feel the same symptoms again. I just thought it was because of my excessive masturbation history and porn addiction that I would have these symptoms.

One year later, the nofap went with ups and downs. Granted, the amount of masturbation went down immensely. Sometimes I had a streak of 7 days and sometimes of 100 days. But I had always the same symptoms after I orgasmed. I got a girlfriend for the first time and started having sex for the first time. However, the same symptoms after sex started happening again. I was really confused why this happened. After a few weeks I started googling and found out that it was POIS that caused these symptoms. I was happy and devastated at the same time. Happy, because I found out that it was an actual disease and I was not going crazy. Devastated, because it is something that you cannot easily get rid off.

Another year went by. I was still happy in my relationship, but POIS symptoms were still there. I started reading something about breathing techniques and realized I've been a mouth breather all my life. I thought myself to breath through my nose (both in and out). POIS symptoms reduced drastically since then, from a 5-7 day cycle to a 3-4 day cycle. However, I still need at least 10 days to fully recover since then.

Present

One more year passes by. POIS is still present, but I have noticed that symptoms after sex start to diminish. This happened during the last months of my relationship, which ended half a year ago. I haven't had sex since then so I cannot tell if this is still is the case. All my memories of the past years still seem vague. I can't really remember anything from 17-21 years old. But I feel my memory is slowly getting better. I feel at my best when I haven't been working out for a few days and have been abstaining from orgasm for at at least 10 days. When this is the case, my brain functions really good and my memory/focus is 1000x better. I am still practicing nofap, although I relapse every 30-60 days. Often times this is when I'm drunk.  When having a orgasm when drunk, however, symptoms are less intense than when I'm sober. Overall, I feel soooo much better than before doing Nofap, also because I barely watch any porn (1-3 times every 1-2 months) nowadays. I do not dare to think where I would have been now if it weren't for that random guy from my project group who told me about nofap. He might have just saved my life.

Symptoms

My symptoms comprise of fatigue, increased irritability, social distancing (comes in handy nowadays haha), brain fog, depressed feelings, tone in voice becomes worse, increased vulnerability to stress, sense of fight or flight, bad focus, bad memory (especially short-term).

When do symptoms appear

After orgasm. I noticed approx 8 months ago that symptoms after sex started to decrease. I also notice POIS symptoms after working out in the gym, but not as intense after orgasm.

Thank you for the write up, interesting that symptoms were reduced with sex as opposed to masturbation. That has been reported by some in this forum, possibly oxytocin or female hormones that inhibit prostaglandins are responsible for this.

Also: alcohol inhibits part of the immune system and may help lower the risk of developing auto immune diseases: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-020-15855-z

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Re: Personal POIS Summaries and Histories.
« Reply #125 on: June 15, 2020, 12:33:04 PM »
Hello everyone,

History

Time to tell my story. I am 25 year old male who has suffered from POIS since I am 15/16 year old (can't remember exactly when it started to happen). Since then, I have always been more fatigued and less motivated in everything I do. Grades started to drop and I needed at least 9 hours of sleep to function normally during a day. Over the years, my social skills started to diminish and I became a lot more insecure. I experienced brain frog and my memory worsened. I sometimes preferred to stay nights at home instead of hanging out with friends. I could never explain why I felt that way. Since I was 19/20 years old I started to feel I was losing my friends due to my insecurity, but in reality this was not the case.

Since I am 22 years old, someone from a project group at Uni told me about NoFap and that you could get "superpowers" from it. Purely out of curiosity, I started to try it out. Around 9 days in and I felt the happiest I've been in around 6 years. I had a smile on my face that lasted the whole day. From that point I thought that I've been a porn addict all this time, since I watched porn a lot. I think I watched porn and masturbated on average maybe 1-2 times per day. Sometimes I masturbated 4-6 times a day. I started practicing nofap, but when I relapsed I would always feel the same symptoms again. I just thought it was because of my excessive masturbation history and porn addiction that I would have these symptoms.

One year later, the nofap went with ups and downs. Granted, the amount of masturbation went down immensely. Sometimes I had a streak of 7 days and sometimes of 100 days. But I had always the same symptoms after I orgasmed. I got a girlfriend for the first time and started having sex for the first time. However, the same symptoms after sex started happening again. I was really confused why this happened. After a few weeks I started googling and found out that it was POIS that caused these symptoms. I was happy and devastated at the same time. Happy, because I found out that it was an actual disease and I was not going crazy. Devastated, because it is something that you cannot easily get rid off.

Another year went by. I was still happy in my relationship, but POIS symptoms were still there. I started reading something about breathing techniques and realized I've been a mouth breather all my life. I thought myself to breath through my nose (both in and out). POIS symptoms reduced drastically since then, from a 5-7 day cycle to a 3-4 day cycle. However, I still need at least 10 days to fully recover since then.

Present

One more year passes by. POIS is still present, but I have noticed that symptoms after sex start to diminish. This happened during the last months of my relationship, which ended half a year ago. I haven't had sex since then so I cannot tell if this is still is the case. All my memories of the past years still seem vague. I can't really remember anything from 17-21 years old. But I feel my memory is slowly getting better. I feel at my best when I haven't been working out for a few days and have been abstaining from orgasm for at at least 10 days. When this is the case, my brain functions really good and my memory/focus is 1000x better. I am still practicing nofap, although I relapse every 30-60 days. Often times this is when I'm drunk.  When having a orgasm when drunk, however, symptoms are less intense than when I'm sober. Overall, I feel soooo much better than before doing Nofap, also because I barely watch any porn (1-3 times every 1-2 months) nowadays. I do not dare to think where I would have been now if it weren't for that random guy from my project group who told me about nofap. He might have just saved my life.

Symptoms

My symptoms comprise of fatigue, increased irritability, social distancing (comes in handy nowadays haha), brain fog, depressed feelings, tone in voice becomes worse, increased vulnerability to stress, sense of fight or flight, bad focus, bad memory (especially short-term).

When do symptoms appear

After orgasm. I noticed approx 8 months ago that symptoms after sex started to decrease. I also notice POIS symptoms after working out in the gym, but not as intense after orgasm.

I too found out I got pois after abstaining and getting NE and realizing O gives me symptoms. Have you tried that what has worked for others POIS or anything to stop it? Do you remember if anything was different in life when you got POIS(virus, stress, injury, illness, infection, probiotics/antibiotics, etc.)?

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Re: Personal POIS Summaries and Histories.
« Reply #126 on: September 06, 2020, 03:29:44 AM »
I want to start by saying i cant believe that i actually met people with the same problems that i have i thought i was alone , it sure is helpful to know that the problem has some form of acknowledgment  , I hope you all the best

It all started right after puberty at age 15 , my symptoms are strictly cognitive ,  i remember before pois all my teachers used to say  that am the smartest kid they've seen , i never actually had to study for my exams and have always been the top of my class , i remember the symptoms started at the first year of what you call high school , i managed to get by a B average , which was very hard for me to achieve during my first experience with pois , i am still very depressed , the most valuable asset i had was my IQ , till now i dont really care if i live or die  , i feel that i have nothing to achieve. i have no self esteem .

The symptoms are almost exactly like Cornelius , especially the part about full night sleep would worsen the severity of  pois .

I'm currently 23 ,  i'm afraid to get in a relationship for the obvious reasons, i'm having trouble trying to find a job that suites my condition , am also having problems writing about this in details currently because of pois
I too was sharp b4 it. Mine are mainly neuromuscularcognitive. Ever had cases of POIS disappearing for while?

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« Reply #127 on: December 04, 2020, 06:55:47 PM »
Hey!

Here's my history, symptoms, thoughts and recommendations. I will continously work with this post. Read it as from a male person standpoint (hormonal approach etcetera) although most things are probably as relevant for women.

History
POIS started sometime at teenage (13-18) during school when I was exposed to heavy stress from bullying which comprimised my social life with about 80 % during 9 years in school and the symptoms continued after. Then the stress source changed from bullying to echonomical difficulties because of POIS. I'm in my 40:th now and still suffers heavy when I have POIS. I'm leaving my social/relational/family life out of this story since I don't think it has anything to do with what I think is the root cause of POIS.

Symptoms and change
These are the symptoms that comes with POIS and go away after about 10 days.

Color code:
Normal text: has been around all the time
Red: Has started during the last 10 years
Green: Has become a little better
Blue: Has become worse

  • Acne on forehead, upper chins and back
  • Hair loss (male patterned - on scalp, not sides/lower back)
  • Sebaceous gland excess on scalp
  • Hot flashes
  • Recovery time
  • Tingeling feeling in the feets (neuropathy?)
  • Dermatitis/rosacea? (itchy / creeping skin on my forehead
  • Bloating
  • Digestive issues/SIBO (bad smelling yellow stools in periods)

At around my 30:th the headache evolved to a stinging tension headache, often on one side and sometimes it felt like in the center of the head which made sleep impossible and days really bad. Sometimes I sat in a chair all night and sometimes didn't get enough sleep for weeks. Fortunatly that sort of headache is gone now - probably because of my magnesium supplements. It's interesting to notice that all my older brother and dad had male patterend baldness early in thier life and I probably got it latest in life but just me got POIS (beeing the youngest sibling is associated with more stress).

The worst symptoms are still happening after POIS (orgasm) and takes at least 10 days to heal. Here is a list of symptoms that I have more or less constantly and doesn't seem to be directly related to orgasm:

  • Eye floaters
  • Coated tounge
  • Low blood pressure
  • Acne on back (mild)
  • Varicose veins (type 1 of 7)
  • Digestive issues (bad smelling yellow stools in periods, SIBO)
  • Blood pooling in finger tops
  • Cold fingers
  • Mild brain fog
  • Dermatitis (itchy / creeping skin on my forehead that gets worse on POIS)
  • Bloating (persistent)

My POIS theory
My over 30 years of thinking about POIS has resluted in a hypothesis and each year I find new pieces of the puzzle (specially with the help from his forum, thank you!). I believe that the cause of POIS is a combination of three (possibly four) things that must coexist during a longer time (at least 1-3 years) and those things are:
  • Heavy phsycological stress
  • Frequent orgasm and/or nocturnal emissions and/or watching porn
  • Genetic predisposition
  • Physical stress in the form of wrong diet (too much sugars/carbohydrates) and/or nutritional deficiencies. The three first factors could cause POIS without this one involved though

When theese things coexist they are pulling the whole hormonal systems out of balance - the production of hormones (specifically cortisol and testosterone) and the receptors. Over time theese imbalances cause a wide specturum of second hand health issues - most are caused by long term inflammation because of low cortisol (which leads to auto-immune issues) speciallly when the intestines are targeted. And when the intestines and the gut flora is compromised, you will have nutritional deficiences, specifically:

  • Vitamin B12
  • Vitamin D
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin E
  • Iron
  • Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
  • Vitamin B3 (Nicotinamide/Niacin)

In the Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results there are users who report deficiencies of B12 and D. And the "niacin cure" works for some users.

Symptoms explanation
(under construction)

Measures and prospects
Do not despair! :) I believe the odds for healing partly or totally are pretty good. The body has an amazing capacity to heal itself and there are so many therapies, products and methods that helps with this - you couldn't even try them all in a life time. Get inspiration by reading the testimonials at sites like earthclinic.com. In my work I've also witnessed how people can cure themself from serious diseases and strengthen their immue systems with good nutrition and changing their diet. This will always make your body stronger, more resistant and heal some of the pois caused injuries. It should be included in the pois protocol. However, in the case of POIS this approach is not enough.

Since there are more factors involved than only nutrition/diet the critical point is to be determined and tenaciously following a protocol for an extended time, often at least a year. The best shot is of course to find a true holistic hormonal expert that can analyse and adjust your hormonal status. However it is not easy to find an expert that has the sufficient knowledge. There's a big risk that your not getting any hormonal treatment at all or getting a wrong hormonal treatment that supresses your own ability to heal. The only true expert I know is dr Thierry Hertoghes clinic in Belgium. However that treatment is very expensive.

Focus areas:
  • Completely quit fapping/viewing porn and sexual thoughts for good and during the healing phase you should also reduce orgasm to normal sexal intercourse with parner to once a month (the anti-inflammatory hormon oxitocin is beeing produced in higher amounts upon skin contact) or better stop it completely for a year. Strengten your mental resistance. Each day without any erotic thoughs is a victory for your health and will have huge positive effects on the dopamine receptors. If you are struggling with nocturnal emission (wet dreams) that will also decrease when taking above measures.
  • Reduce stress what ever it takes. If you can eliminate stress and feel calm and happy all day your POIS might even be gone in a week - the hormonal system has an amazing ability to restore itself - Yoga, meditaion, baths, walks, fun people etcetera
  • Eat for your hormons, specific the testosterone (PALEO, meat/cholesterol-diet). See my "how to increase testosterone" thread here
  • Do moderate and regular exercise and get sweaty at least one time a week. Set the egg timer on 30 minutes and get upp from your chair and do some moves, jumps, skipping rope or whatever. Walk at least 5 000 steps every day (preferably 10 000), buy a pedometer to get motivated
  • Get sunshine on your body and in your eyes, specially in the morning. Beeing out in the sunshine increases cortisol dramatically. It also retsore circadian rytm and improves your sleep quality which is extremely important to heal the body and restore hormonal balances
  • Improve your sleep and don't go to bed later than 10 pm. Don't watch TV/computer/smartphone screens 1 hour before bed.
  • Take supplements (vitamins/minerals/herbs/fats) for your hormones and immune system.
  • Heal leaky gut/SIBO. This is extremely important but can be very difficult because of stubborn bacteria and/or fungus. You might need to see a therapist or take an online guided cource. Intermittent fasting (not eating between 5 pm and 10 am) and eating bonebroth soup might be a thing to start with immidiatlly!
  • A few people might need hormonal theraphy (testosterone/cortisol) and/or the POIS-packs for the rest or their life to achieve 100 % relief.
  • (Progesterone cream might be a good idea to increas hormons)

For short-term relief use one of the POIS-packs described in this forum and for accute relief after orgasm, read up on my "Actions to take after orgasm (post-packs)" thread here.

How's it working for me?
Well, actually some of the above measues and theories are quite new discoveries for me and I'm still struggeling to incorporate the things above into my life. I'm on a one year SIBO-protocol since half a year ago, but so far it hasn't done much with my bloating. I think the bloating is very central in this illness. The post-packs have some effects and staying away from orgasm, going to bed early, going for walks in the sun early after breakfast (to get the cortisol up) makes life better. Nocturnal emissions are a constant pitfall so the post pack measures are invaluable. Stay tuned!

2021-01-18, update: I've noticed some huge improvements during the last three weeks. Had at avarage one O or NE every week that just left me with a milder form of POIS headache for about 2 days, no acne at all, no tingeling feeling in the feets and no hot flashes (I have not experienced such improvements since years). The tingeling starts to come again now so I think I have provoked the body too much here. I can't say exactly whats making the diffrence but my best guess is that the SIBO protocol/diet is staring to have effect. My stommach isn't that bloated now. However it can also be because of or in combination with the liver tincture, the supplements with multivitamin/iron/copper/B12/B6/B1/Quercetin/GABA/Acetyl-L-karnitin, the ginger/curcumin tea, UltraInflam protein powder fro Metagenics or perhaps the increased intake of vitamin C (ascorbic acid, 3 teaspsoons a day + 1 teaspoon MSM) or the progesterone cream or testosterone patches (but I run out of them when the improvements started) or the chineese special chicken broth (but I've used that on and of for years) or the bioresonance (once a week for 5 -10 weeks). Anyway, something is definitly working and this proves that POIS can become much better! Wow!

Analyses
Become an analysis freak! Do any analysis you can afford. Self-analysis is very important. Keep documentation of your body (even take photos) and check your puls, heart rate, temperature and write down every results from analyses and diagnosis from healthcare and therapists. Keep a diary and note your health status on a daily or weekly basis. Specify all your health issues on a document, and estimate how big they are and how they changes. Figure out what works and what doesn't.

Because of the brain fog involved in POIS it is nessecary to write down things because your memory could fail you. When I started to do this I got a feeling that I was going somewhare. That was a mental support especially when your feeling down.

Make routines for going to bed, the morning and the day. Make lists of daily routines that improve your POIS and life (exercise, supplements what to eat and what not to eat) and adjust those lists when you have new information. The lists becomes your best friend when you have a setback.

Frequency analysis techniques (like QRMA and Bioresonance) has been invaluable in the evaluation of my body's condition and treatment. What makes it so interesting is that one analyses has confirmed the other and the result confirms my symptoms.

Eye openers for me and important sources of information
Cortisol Deficiency: Frequent, Life-Impairing, and How to Give Patients Their Lives Back By Correcting It
Nanna1's POIS treatment: theory & supplement stack
How to increase testosterone naturally
Low cortisole
Chart of POIS Types (ongoing project)
Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results
Gather and Post Here Your Medical Tests Results - Discussion Thread

Words of encouragement!
POIS is a horrible battle, but giving up is not an option. What's the alternative? Your responsible for your own health and what you are doing for yourself is giving you the most results. Take total controll over the situation, but constantly seek help from others. Organise your efforts. Make plans fo the next step.

When you have a setback, or if you feel guily over something you did to yourself remember this: There is only a moment of now and you can only affect the present and the future, it's impossible to change the past so don't be sorry over what has happened. Noone is making an ever growing list of your past mistakes to use against you in a "court of law", On the contrary! Your family, friends, the "universe", "conscience", "god" or whatever you like to call it, are certainly more interested in watching you climbing up the pit, rather than burden you with old sins - whats the point of that? There is noone to have guilt for! Noone but yourself is collecting your guilt, how silly isn't that?  Feel no guilt. Always turn over a new leaf and never look back, even if there has been ten setbacks one day. After most setback, specially the self inflicted ones, you have two mental choises: 1. Feel hopless and depressed. 2. Have faith in the future.

There is just a rest-of-your life so why not focus on that. We seem to forget bad things and remember the good things. We miss that family vacation to the wilderness but forget the mosquitoes that ruined the trip. So when you feel bad, just do your best, if just a little thing. When you get POIS think like this: Wow! This is an opportunity to analyse my condition to give me more clues. Document your health in the morning, day and evening, before food, after food. What happens when you fast? Does it makes it better? What happens when you take a walk? When you drink alot of water? What supplements help? Take notes, analyse it after the POIS period and improve your protocol so your more prepared next time.

When your steering towards improving your life, even in the smallest way, I believe you are activating forces that are beyond our consciousness. Some call it "positive thinking", some call it "law of attraction", some think it is intervention from "higher beeings". I believe that beyond our perceptation something is continiuously presenting us to new opportunities, new solloutions, new people and new ideas that we can take advantage of. Even if you don't notice theese things or turn them down, they will just keep coming like a river, and the more you open up for them, the more you will see them. Be open for alternative explanations and dont blindly trust the "ortodox" scientific establishment and doctors - they are permeated by research fraud and incompetence. There are far more sources of information out there than you think, and you are much more than you'll ever know.
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