WHY NOFAP WILL NOT FIX YOUR SEX PROBLEMS You've been experiencing sex-related issues and you start to worry about it. You make your research and find something called NoFap, you read a lot of testimonials about people who overcame their problems just by practicing NoFap, it seems pretty easy, you only need to be away from porn and masturbation, so you decide to do it and make a change in your life. The first week you find that it's not that easy. Now you have to cover the time you used for masturbation with other activities, maybe you start doing some sport, painting, reading... You are motivated and decided to beat your sex problems and become the best lover you can be. Time goes forward and you experience your first flatline. You find yourself depressed, sad, and powerless. You fight against the urges of watching porn and masturbate and you get over them, nothing would be able to keep you from reaching your goal. After passing the flatline you start noticing some improvements, you feel your libido is back, you can get easily aroused, your erection quality has improved, and you can keep it for a longer time. That's great! Right? You've overcome these problems, you can perform without problems, and it seems you'll never experience again that frustration. You're now living a healthy sex life, you're happy and so is your partner. Suddenly, one day, you feel the urge to masturbate, you've been on a long NoFap journey and you deserve some relief, you go into your favorite porn website and look for some videos, and you just let yourself enjoy that moment, you jerk off and feel good. Everything seems good. The next day you meet your girlfriend and you are not able to perform, you experience problems again and you panic. How is that possible? Yesterday you could get and maintain a good erection and today all that you got along with your NoFap journey is lost. You're back again, you find yourself behind the output box. You decide to start NoFap again, but it has no effect on you, it becomes useless. You're sad, angry, and depressed because you don't know what is going on, and don't know what to do to get your healthy sex life back.