Frequent wet dreams damaging my life.. SAVE MY LIFE BROTHERS please

Discussion in 'Erectile Dysfunction / Delayed Ejaculation' started by Praveen, Oct 18, 2019.

  1. Praveen

    Praveen New Member

    How to reduce the frequency of wet dreams?
    Relaxing the bc muscles and doing kegel for pc muscles is enough ? Doing kegel for pc muscles have any side effects ?
     
  2. Guts

    Guts Active Member Staff Member

    You can't stop them, there isn't anything you can do (I tried them all). They do not hinder, hurt or stop your recovery at all. One thing I will say that did help me a bit was sleeping in the nude.
     
  3. Gettingfree

    Gettingfree New Member

    I would celebrate them. They're a sign of your body relieving itself rather than you doing it consciously which involves damaging thoughts and behavior.
     
  4. Freedom from Servitude

    Freedom from Servitude Active Member

    I agree, there is nothing to worry about and you can't stop yourself from having them altogether. While you cannot escape wet dreams forever, I can understand because of the chaser effect why you may want to reduce them. I have found that this is possible. The first and most obvious thing is to make sure that you avoid all sexual stimuli before bed time. That includes porn flashbacks and sexual fantasy. I personally have found prayer before I go to bed helps. I surrender to my higher power ( which is the wisdom of the universe ) any cravings to act out and desires to engage in sexual thoughts. I am not entirely sure why this works but it does. My theory is that prayer sends a message to the sub conscious mind to avoid sexual stimuli that might trigger a wet dream. Another thing that I have found useful is Qigong. Again, I don't know why, but if you subscribe to the view of traditional Chinese medicine, Qigoing distributes energy (Qi) throughout the body and can prevent its buildup in the pelvic area. Wearing loose fitting underwear and night wear further helps. Another thing I have found is that I feel less sexual when I wear pyjamas to bed. Even sleeping topless for me can trigger sexual thoughts and sleeping in the nude is a definite no. Following the suggestions I have outlined, I haven't had a wet dream in months. Bare in mind as well that the further you get into recovery, the less frequent wet dreams will become. I hope that this helps
     

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