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Post-orgasmic tremors

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By Herballove Editorial Conditions: Men's Over Masturbation

Post-orgasmic tremors are caused by sexual exhaustion.

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As I’ve grown older, my addictions to pornography changed. I started off loving women with huge breast. Then, I ventured into pig-tailed 18-year-olds. Finally, I fell in love with bubble-butt Latinas. As my addiction grew, my addiction to masturbation grew with it. I started to build a private, digital porn library, filled with years and years of videos and photos. Last I checked, I amassed a library worthy of its own porno site. And now in my 30s, I noticed that I continue to amass porn videos. The problem is that now I cannot sleep as well as I once did. Maybe it’s the stress from work. Or maybe it’s the fact that I’m married—and miserable. Whatever the cause, I am suspecting masturbation may have been at fault for my current sleep issues.


You are experiencing post-orgasmic tremors.  These tremors result from a deficiency of the neurotransmitters dopamine and acetylcholine and the hormones testosterone, DHT and oxytocin, with an overabundance of prolactin and the stress hormone epinephrine.  As a result, you are experiencing tremors similar to Parkison's Disease.

So how does this happen?  The adrenal glands and sex organs produce androgen hormones which stimulate sexual function in men and are the precursor to the female hormone estrogen.  The hypothalamus releases the neurohormone dopamine which results in sexual arousal.  When you feel sexually aroused, the brain releases the neurotransmitter acetylcholine into the bloodstream in the sex organs. Then acetylcholine causes the endothelium in the blood vessels and in the spongy penis chambers to produce an enzyme called nitric oxide synthase that helps to produce the gas nitric oxide.  This is derived most commonly from the amino acid arginine or, alternatively, from nitrogen compounds in foods.  Nitric oxide then triggers the release of yet another enzyme-induced neurotransmitter, cGMP.  At the command of cGMP, the blood vessels relax, permitting increased blood inflow to the penis.  As the chambers of the penis engorge, the sudden surge of blood into those chambers exerts pressure on the veins.  Now inflow is greater than outflow, and the penis remains erect so long as there is a continuous production of cGMP mediated by nitric oxide.  A very similar sequence is involved in lubrication and vaginal and clitoral engorgement in women.  As sexual activity intensifies, the neurotransmitter GABA is released, increasing dopamine levels and ultimately igniting a euphoric feeling and increasing sensations during orgasm.

At the end of sexual activity, cGMP is disabled by the enzyme PDE5, and nitric oxide production decreases, causing the penis to return to its flaccid state or female sex organs to return to normal.  The anti-inflammatory hormone prostaglandin E-1 is released to relax tissue and muscle fiber and calm the body after sex.  The pituitary gland releases the hormone and neurotransmitter oxytocin to induce a sense of sexual satisfaction after sex or orgasm.  The pituitary gland also releases the hormone prolactin to repress the effect of dopamine, thus reducing sexual arousal by decreasing the levels of estrogen in women and testosterone in men.  The brain also releases the neurotransmitter serotonin to modulate sexual desire.

All of these processes, however, break down when you engage in too much sex, masturbation, pornography viewing, or sexual fantasy, and especially when a man over-ejaculates.  Excessive sexual activity and over-ejaculation lead to overproduction of androgen hormones, causing adrenal and sex organ fatigue, and excess release of dopamine to maintain prolonged sexual arousal.  Since dopamine is the precursor to the stress hormone epinephrine (adrenaline), excess dopamine results in the adrenal glands overproducing epinephrine and putting the body in a prolonged state of fight-or-flight stress.  At the same time, norepinephrine is synthesized from dopamine and released from the adrenal medulla into the blood as a hormone, along with the stress hormone cortisol.  Epinephrine, norepinephrine and cortisol fuel the fight-or-flight response, directly increasing heart rate, triggering the release of glucose from energy stores, and increasing blood flow to skeletal muscle.  All of this has a severely taxing effect on the body.

The hormone prostaglandin E-2, which serves an important function in sexual arousal, is also overproduced and has an inflammatory effect on the body, damaging tissues, nerves and joints, weakening immunity, causing muscular and nervous pain, and promoting infection, inflammation, and even cancer.  Chronic elevation of epinephrine and prostaglandin E2 results in severe damage to brain cells and parasympathetic nerves in the liver, lungs, adrenal glands, heart, blood vessels, digestive system, pancreas, gallbladder, ovaries, uterus, cervix, testicles and prostate.  As a result, you can experience a variety of symptoms, including depression, anxiety, bodily pains, vision problems, persistent sexual arousal and sexual dysfunction such as impotence and premature ejaculation in men and a lack of sexual stimulation in women.

All of this over-activity and stress causes the pituitary gland and testicles (ovaries in women) to become disabled for a few days or even months, leading to a long refraction time or a long-term sexual exhaustion and inflammation.  First, you may feel your muscles and joints become very tight and rigid upon ejaculation.  An extremely exhausted adrenal function can cause an extreme low level of DHEA and cortisol, resulting in fatigue and pains throughout the body, including the back.   The pain becomes severe at about 2-4 hours after ejaculating due to the sudden drop of DHEA, testosterone and DHT.  You may experience pains for a couple of days until your prolactin and cortisol levels are returned to their normal ranges.

In order to reverse the ill-effects of excessive sexual activity, over-masturbation, or over-ejaculation, stop sexual activity for a few weeks. Let your body rest and replenish.  Then you can come back to it with a lower frequency.  A healthy habit is to ejaculate a total of three to four times a week. 

ViaPal-HGH-P (or -J if you are under 30), ArginOx and fish oil (1000 mg each meal) will help you gradually rejuvenate your neuro-endocrine function and boost your prostaglandin E-1/E-3, oxytocin and nitric oxide production for erection and orgasm.  American ginseng and maca help to rejuvenate your entire body.  Horny goat weed and yohimbe will help increase flood flow and nutrient absorption for a harder erection and better ejaculation control.  Damiana and saw palmetto will heal your prostate, which is responsible for producing and releasing semen and which is most likely overworked with your excessive sexual activity or masturbation.


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