According to the studies, 83% of men at some point experience nocturnal emission. When a young man experiences nocturnal emission, he will be shocked. If the person is unaware of the normal sexual process, he will be bewildered at what is happening to him. Sometimes, it is hard to find out what exactly caused the involuntary orgasm. Sometimes, the person wakes up once the orgasm has occurred but in other instances, the person sleeps through it.
The topic is very personal making it hard to bring the matter to health care professional. Men should know that it is common and they should feel comfortable enough to discuss about it.
Ejaculations during sleep are most often tied to erotic dreams, but just like masturbation frequency, there is no direct link between the two. Some men will have vivid erotic dreams that lead to a spontaneous orgasm, while others will regularly have erotic dreams but never have a nocturnal emission. Some may wake up during their nocturnal emission, but it is just as common to sleep through it entirely. Others may not even achieve an erection during a nocturnal emission. It simply varies from person to person.
Causes of Nightfall or Night Discharge
The exact cause of night discharge is not known. Some individual think that night discharges are the direct result of the stimulation caused by either erotic dreams or memories of waking sexual activities. However, there has been little experimental evidence to support this theory, and many men claim to have had Night discharge without erotic dreams. Another common theory is that wet dreams are the way the body through away excess of semen, while scientifically it is not proved. Night discharge provides a kind of physiological safety valve for sexual tension.
All have to cause marked distress or interpersonal difficulty to rate as disorders. A brief overview follows:
• Hypoactive sexual disorder: -A persistently reduced sexual drive or libido, not attributable to depression where there is reduced desire, sexual activity and reduced sexual fantasy. • Sexual aversion disorder: - An avoidance of or aversion to genital sexual contact • Premature ejaculation: - Ejaculation occurring with only minimal stimulation, either before penetration or soon afterwards, in either case ceratinly before the patient wishes it. Again the GP must take into account the patient's age, previous sexual experience, extent of sexual stimulation and 'novelty' of the sexual partner. • Dyspareunia (not due to general medical condition): - Recurrent pain associated with intercourse, but in women not due to vaginismus, poor lubrication, and in women and men not due to drugs or other physical causes • Secondary sexual dysfunction: - Dysfunction secondary to illness eg hypothyrodism, mental disorder eg depression, or drugs eg fluoextine.
There are also varieties of vitamin supplements that may assist with low sperm count. They include:
• Vitamin C • Vitamin E • Vitamin B12 Selenium • Coenzyme Q10 supplements • Zinc supplements • Arginine supplements • Carnitine supplement
Take supplements like Vitamin C, zinc, and folic acid. Also, amino acids like L-Arginine, L-Glutamine, L-Glycine, and L-Tyrosine can help increase sperm count. There are several dietary measures that a man who has a low sperm count can take to attempt to increase his sperm count, including: There are several herbs that people have used to try to help increase sperm count, alongside or instead of vitamins. These have included Salabmisri, Kokilaksha, Vanya Kahu, Kokilaksha, Suvarnavang, Jeevanti, Shaileyam, and others.
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