I'm super confused….

Sexual Reboot Forum I'm super confused….

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    Kory

    Hello,

    I recently realized that I’m suffering from sexual exhaustion, but I just figured it would correct itself over time. I went to a doctor about some pain I was experiencing and erection problems, but he didn’t diagnose me with anything. The pain went away and the erection issue got better until I started masturbating regularly again.

    I’m just a little confused because I only started masturbating again in the past few months after abstaining from sexual activity completely for almost 6 months. How do I know when my system has been completely exhausted? I’m going to try complete abstinence now (again) to see if that helps anything, but I’m always compelled to test things out. I guess I’ll just have to get over that. Any advice would help.

    Thanks!

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    #9647

    Devin

    You must abstain for years to get fully better in the fastest fashion. Do not listen to those that say once a week is ok. This is crucial. You’re body is depleted in hormones and many nutrients and is working extremely hard to repair you. If you give it the proper nutrition(look around here for help on that), excercise(walking for 1 hr a day or more), rest, vitamins, distilled water, meditation, yoga, lavender and passionflower supplements, 5-htp, sun, love and care, and much more(read up!) that is beneficial – you will heal very slowly. You must stay strong and not give into temptation otherwise further harm will take place and healing will become hell. Please take care of yourself, and look at this as a learning lesson and know we are only human and not perfect. Knowing all this will help you to be able to achieve success. And I say again, STAY STRONG WILLED.

    #9649

    Graham

    This is the fucked up thing about Sexual Exhaustion, is once you get it, it’s fucking hard to recover from.

    Preventative is the best medicine, sadly no one taught us too much masturbation would destroy our sex lives in the future.

    #9655

    Ernest

    Max

    This is based on what?

    #9660

    Dewey

    Even if their are girls to F*ck, go ahead and F*ck them, just don’t cum. It’s simple really – use desensitizing gel. That is what I do. I tell girls that I am training for competitions and triathalons and that if I cum then I lose important hormones and nutrients and this is the secret to getting stronger and not one of them has thought it odd so far. I just tell them, that my “coach” has said it is imperative to keep the juice. And that this is how to gain muscle the fastest way possible. I have already abstained for almost 8 months myself, and have never felt better. I have so much more energy, better moods, deeper sleep, less anxiety, depression disapeared, brain fog gone completely, and irritability gone, .. list goes on. Best advice I can give is, DO NOT CUM. I have had several wet dreams the past couple months and can honestly say, not much has come out, so I assume it is the body just releasing excess nutrients that it doesn’t need when the balls are too full. This will happen once youve abstained for awhile and is normal.

    #9664

    Carmen

    I agree with . You can still F*ck girls as long as you don’t cum.

    I have a question for > do you still experience orgasm, or pleasurable sensations?

    Also do you feel more in love with the girl you F*ck when you don’t cum?

    Karezza is the practice of having sex without orgasm/cumming. It causes the body to release high levels of oxytocin, and causes more bonding.

    http://www.reuniting.info/wisdom/what_is_karezza

    #9668

    Gregorio

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    because i havent seen abstaining actually heal anyone yet its become more of wishful thinking.

    It sends the wrong message, everyone feel so bad like a failure if they ejaculate this isnt the case, just keep it in moderation. you can still heal and get better and not abstain.

    it wont hurt to try to abstain for a few weeks or month. but i dont think it’ll cure anyone long term.

    #9672

    Randal

    Max don’t forget .

    #9676

    Morris

    I dont agree ejaculating is harmful.

    even dr.lin and dr. richards say to ejaculate a few times a week to keep things healthy…. where this idea of abstaining came from i have no idea.

    #9678

    Marcus

    Well all I know is excessive ejaculation is harmful even in healthy people.

    Whether moderate ejaculation is harmful or healthy in a recovering person is not really known.

    The problem is the lack of recovery success stories makes it very hard to figure out what’s the best way to recover (abstinence or moderation?).

    In a healthy individual I have no problem saying moderate ejaculation won’t harm you, but with a sexually exhausted person I can’t say the same because I’m not sure whether it would benefit them or not.

    #9681

    Maria

    [quote=””]I agree with . You can still F*ck girls as long as you don’t cum.

    I have a question for > do you still experience orgasm, or pleasurable sensations?

    Also do you feel more in love with the girl you F*ck when you don’t cum?

    Karezza is the practice of having sex without orgasm/cumming. It causes the body to release high levels of oxytocin, and causes more bonding.

    http://www.reuniting.info/wisdom/what_is_karezza%5B/quote

    As far as pleasure goes muff, Oh yea, moist definitely. And as far as orgasm, sometimes. It really depends who I am with. Right now I got a few girls I am toying around with. And no, I do not feel in love these girls. They are pretty little young things, that turn me on, but I wouldn’t nor ever feel in love with them.

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