Sexual Reboot Forum › Supplements – Wrong Direction!!!
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October 12, 2013 at 9:40 pm #13550
SORRY NO MAGIC SUPPLEMENTS WILL LIKELY BE THE ANSWER FOR MOST WITH ED!!! YES, YOU MIGHT GET A BOOST BUT SOLVING THE UNDERLYING PROBLEM… I DOUBT IT.
Based on various descriptions of symptoms, many with ED are describing underlying immunilogical issues.
General aches, pains, depression, tiredness, headaches, eye floaters, insomnia, etc… Most supplements in fact will likely make these symptoms worse. Our bodies are over responding becasue they are being bombarded with new stresses, bad foods, excess calories and possibly others new factors including EMF, PCB’s, and various pollutants.
Our bodies are manufactoring immunoglobins that are interacting with the pollutants including supplements. IgE and IgG are the ones most commonly referred to that create symptoms.
The usual solution is:
1) Isolate the offending after fasting for several days. Drink lots of water. Perform full liver, kidney and colon cleanses. Google these or visit http://www.drclark.com
2) Stay away from all supplements during the testing phase.
3) Once you find the problem… Use NAET to fix it. (Google this or visit http://www.NAET.com – Or you can see your allergist but the allergist won’t help you with foods or supplements.
GIVE YOUR BODY A BREAK -> CLEANSE, RELAX, RECOVER!!!
Really this forum touches on all these good points:
1) Reduce Stress – Limit Ejaculation/sex, Video games
2) Exercise – Get outside more
3) Massage Therapy –
4) Meditation including hypnosis
5) Diet – including weight loss, drink more water
I have included a previous response below:
The (Allergic Response) IgE release from the Mast Cell produces Histamine. Histamine is counteracted by our own bodies form of anti-histamine Epinephrine… The reduced Epinephrine put additional stress on medullas (inner part) of the adrenal glands, located on the kidneys.
This increase in epinephrine stimulates the heart, raises blood pressure, constricts small blood vessels, releases sugar stored in the liver, and relaxes certain involuntary muscles while it contracts others. These changes in the body prepare it for “fight or flight,” meaning the body is more alert, physically stronger, and has greater energy putting additional stress on the Parasympathic system.
Epinephrine is one of several structurally related compounds in the body called catecholamines. These compounds help regulate the sympathetic nervous system, which is part of the autonomic nervous system. The autonomic nervous system helps the body maintain homeostasis. The autonomic nervous system makes rapid adjustments to changes in environment by freeing chemical agents that act as they are released.
The endocrine system acts more slowly by releasing agents over periods of hours or days. Because it releases hormones but acts so quickly, the adrenal medulla cannot be strictly classified as part of the nervous system or part of the endocrine system. The neurohumoral theory explain how the two act as one in many cases. (This allows for some credibility to some of the other practices – ie. Accupuncture, Accupressure, Massage, etc…)
Other catecholamines are norepinephrine (also called noradrenaline or levoarterenol) and dopamine. The general function of norepinephrine seems to be the maintenance of normal blood circulation. It is also the chemical agent that is responsible for transmission of nerve impulses in the sympathetic nervous system. When a person has certain tumors of the adrenal glands, large amounts of epinephrine and norepinephrine are produced, causing a great increase in blood pressure. Dopamine is also a nerve impulse transmitter.
Synthetic (synthesized) catecholamines are important in medicine as heart stimulants and vasoconstrictors (substances that cause blood vessels to narrow), as well as relaxants of the bronchial and other muscles.
To keep your body out of the constant Sympathetic response, you need to reduce your immune response. (ie. Reduce IgA, IgG, IgE responses)
So the standard way an allergist does this is by introducing the allergen in every increasing dosages.
Allergies symptoms can be high blood pressure, arthritis, ED, CFS, depression, and even diabetes. (I know a scientist who developed a product called LT10 to lower IgE and has proven the IgE – diabetes link.)
Common Causes of ED (Western View)
Blood flow problems: Hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis), high blood pressure, diabetes, or arterial damage
Drug side effects: Sedatives, antihypertensives, diuretics, antidepressants, weight control drugs, peptic ulcer drugs, alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, opiates (marijuana, cocaine, etc) and many more. For a list of common drugs that may contribute to ED, see: [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]
Nerve impulse abnormalities: Conditions that reduce or block the nerve supply to the penis. Diabetes, stroke, spinal cord injuries, pelvic trauma.
Hormonal abnormalities: Diseases that disrupt the normal balance of hormones include kidney disease (and dialysis), liver disease and alcoholism, pituitary tumors, hypogonadism (lack of testosterone).
Surgery: Any surgery or medical procedure involving the pelvis, and especially the prostate or bladder
Prostatitus: Inflammation of the prostate
Prostate cancer: Treatments are usually the culprit whether surgery, radiation or seed implantation
Penile trauma or scarring: Peyronie’s disease (scar tissue in the penis, or ‘bent penis’).
Psychological causes: Depression, stress, performance anxiety, guilt and misinformation about sexuality.There is another way that you can stop porn addiction, chronic masturbation and recover your sexual health without fighting it with willpower. With the right mindset you won't even relapse. You can learn more about the recovery program hereOctober 12, 2013 at 9:42 pm #13551
a good article but I’m sure you’d agree with me that some supplements ahve proven to be very valuable.October 12, 2013 at 9:45 pm #13552
Yes, supplements can be judiciously applied for great benefits especially the more common ones…
ie. Vitamin C, Vitamin B’s, CoQ10 (not water soluble but important).
I think the problem is the general mentality about “pill popping”. We (including myself) want easy solutions…
Take a peak at this interesting article for example on large doses of Vitamin C for cholesterol.
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