A lot has been written about the negative consequences of PMO on one’s sexual condition. I’ve noticed the vast majority of the addicted complain chiefly about erectile dysfunction, delayed or premature ejaculation, low libido, inability to find real women attractive or struggling fears. What I have been experiencing as the biggest downside of addiction is the damage of brain cognitive functions, especially the ability to memorize written text, to verbalise my thoughts properly (without stuttering), to find connections between the cause and the effect efficiently, to focus on complicated tasks etc. For about 14 years I’ve been struggling such problems, doing everything I could to keep up with my education at lower and higher schools. To maintain relatively good marks I’ve been overstudying by learning things by heart, also at the university. Also, I’ve been making a lot of simple maths mistakes. There were moments when I could have forget the first part of sentence which I’ve just said or read. Because of the problems mentioned above, I ditched my dreams about intellectual development, for instance I quit learning French and Chinese. It was so humiliating in the comparison to my colleagues who were not affected by the PMO addiction. I have always needed at least two or three times more effort and time to prepare for an exam. It lead me to the statement that I am a holder of worthless life. Then at the age of 22 I came across the informative materials about pornography addiction and I realized I was severely engaged in it. I’ve been searching for information about the PMO affection on the brain cognitive functions, but in comparison to sexual dysfunctions, there are hardly information form rebooters about that. That’s why I’ve decided to write a post and ask you for help. 1. Have you ever faced the problem with memorizing things while PMO? 2. Did you experience any positive change after the period of rebooting? 3. Would you indicate some posts or researches relevant to memory and concentration in the context of rebooting? 4. Would you give me some advices or words of comfort in respect of restoring my brain cognitive functions?