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How To STOP Wet Dreams?

Updated on September 25, 2015

There was a time when this question was asked only by young teens around the age of 13 to 15. And the answer that they usually got was, 'Start Masturbating.'

Masturbation was regarded so safe by our modern society that there was once a campaign organised in England "An Orgasm A Day, Keeps The Doctor Away' to promote masturbating as a habit to pre-teens. Even the UN recommended teaching about it to 5 year olds under the topic of "Sex Education in 2009".

The practice of masturbating was so backed up that almost everyone since early teen started it and never experienced a nocturnal emission again. This is no new thing. It has been done ever since humans have existed on Earth.

Fast Forward to 2011 and a new kind of awakening happened. People started realising that pro-longing this habit into adulthood could be bad and even psychologically harmful. The side effects often included increase in anxiety or depression, mood swings, lethargy and the BIGGEST of them all, "No actual interest in REAL Women'.

To counter this problem, thus was born "The NOFAP Movement"

Young Adults started going on abstinence from Porn and anything that would cause them to fap (A.K.A. Masturbate)

But this new habit of sustaining the seeds inside, came with a new kind of problem. It was, The Wet Dreams. This might be for the first time in the history of the human civilization that so many people have gone on an abstinence from masturbation and have experienced nocturnal emissions. More people are now looking to prevent late night bed wetting.

Before, this habit was followed by Priests and Monks. Christians were ordered to follow this habit of nofap too, but I wonder how many took this advice (to go against the most desperate nature of a human) seriously.

If you might have researched on this "SEED PREVENTION TECHNIQUE" topic already (I guess you did), you might get all common answers like, "Sleep on a hard bed, use boxers, eat certain kinds of foods, urinate before sleeping, don't drink water before sleeping, try the Taoist habits"

There is almost no scientific evidence backing this claim . Also if you do a research your self you might not find any difference when you follow them.

The actual truth is you, no matter what you do, you cannot STOP or prevent the seed from coming out. Even Mahatma Gandhi (who practised Complete Abstinence) is said to have suffered from this problem like other monks or priests even in his seventies.

This might be a hard pill to swallow. But you cannot do anything to reduce wet dreams from happening.So, it is better to get used to it.

P.S.If you want to prevent the night fall from embarrassing you when you are asleep and travelling, I advice trying 'A bed wetting underwear'. I know this sounds funny. But at least it is a real START!

P.S.S. Women use it too, but for a different purpose You know what I mean!


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