Asked for male, 18years old from Patiala
Nightfall is commonly also known as wet dreams. The problem of nightfall is very common among men's in the mid age or adolescent age. The problem of wet dreams is characterized by the unknowingly and involuntarily ejaculation while asleep. Do not be tensed about this issue. It is normal at your age. It is not an illness but a natural phenomenon by which old sperms come out and make space for new sperms.
New sperms are produced continuously in our body by pushing away the older ones.
Frequent masturbation, watching pornography or such pictures, discussing sex or adult talks makes a person victim of the nightfall. Also, certain medicines or drugs such as sedatives, tranquilizers, and high bp medicines can lead to nocturnal emission. Apart from this the mental state of mind (stress, depression, anxiety etc.) and also no or less physical activity (obesity, long sitting hours, inactivity) of a person accounts for wet dreams. Treatment 1. The best way to stop this is, masturbation. Masturbation is also natural donât think it as otherwise. 2. A proper diet can ensure strength that you might have lost due to nightfall. 3. Practicing yoga and meditation regularly before going to sleep can also help in getting rid of the emissions. Other ways to treat nightfall is using natural or homemade remedies. There are no side effects for such treatment methods. Yogurt - should have at least 2-3 bowls of yogurt a day. Avoid watching porn - too much of porn arouses you sexually. So it is advised not to watch porn. Bathing - it is advice to take bath before you go to bed. It helps you have a sound sleep. A sound sleep is very important for avoiding nightfall. Here are few myths about nightfall that every man should know: 1. Nightfall in men is wrong and abnormal: there is nothing wrong or abnormal about nightfall; it is a normal part of growing up and becomes rarer as a male grows up. Rare nightfall in men is not harmful and one need not feel guilty. Nightfall is just spontaneous tendency to empty the reservoir of sperms in adolescents. 2. Nightfall in men is a sign of illness: this is a myth that most people have; however it is a natural process that occurs in most men unless it occurs very frequently. Nightfall with high frequency can affect the sexual and mental health of the male
3. Nightfall can make you weak: one of the favorite myths about nightfall; actually nightfall occur when there is absence of sex or masturbation to release the sperms and it is a natural way to remove the excess sperms from the testicular sac. However having excessive and frequent nightfall can decrease the immunity of the person. Nightfall in men can lead to reduced sperm count: this applies to only increased and frequent nightfall in men; it is a popular feared myth and nightfall does not reduce sperm count. It is a natural body mechanism to throw out the overflowing content from testicular sac and induce the regular formation of healthy sperms. 4. Nightfall reduces male organ size: one of the popular myths about nightfall; nightfall does not shrink the male organ. The truth is that there is nothing that can increase or decrease the size of the male organ; also sexual health does not depend on the size of the male organ.
The fear that your penis looks too small or is too small to satisfy your partner during sex is common. But studies have shown that most men who think their penises are too small actually have normal-sized penises.
Similarly, studies suggest that many men have an exaggerated idea of what constitutes "normal" penis size.
The length of a non-erect penis doesn't consistently predict length when the penis is erect. If your penis is about 13 cm (5 inches) or longer when erect, it's of normal size.
A penis is considered abnormally small only if it measures less than 3 inches (about 7.5 centimeters) when erect, a condition called micropenis. Don't believe the hype and do not be taken away by market gimmicks
companies offer many types of nonsurgical penis-enlargement treatments, and often promote them with serious-looking advertisements that include endorsements from "scientific" researchers.
Look closely â you'll see that claims of safety and effectiveness haven't been proved.
Marketers rely on testimonials, skewed data and questionable before-and-after photos. Dietary supplements don't require approval by the food and drug administration, so manufacturers don't have to prove safety or effectiveness.
most advertised penis-enlargement methods are ineffective, and some can cause permanent damage to your penis. Here are some of the most widely promoted products and techniques:
pills and lotions. These usually contain vitamins, minerals, herbs or hormones that manufacturers claim enlarge the penis. None of these products has been proved to work, and some may be harmful.
Vacuum pumps. Because pumps draw blood into the penis, making it swell, they're sometimes used to treat erectile dysfunction.
A vacuum pump can make a penis look larger temporarily. But using one too often or too long can damage elastic tissue in the penis, leading to less firm erections.
Exercises. Sometimes called jelqing, these exercises use a hand-over-hand motion to push blood from the base to the head of the penis.
Although this technique appears safer than other methods, there's no scientific proof it works, and it can lead to scar formation, pain and disfigurement.
Stretching. Stretching involves attaching a stretcher or extender device â also referred to as a penile traction device â to the penis to exert gentle tension. A few things that might actually help
although there's no guaranteed safe and effective way to enlarge your penis, there are a few things you can do if you're concerned about your penis size.
Communicate with your partner. It may be hard to break old habits or to discuss sexual preferences with your partner. But you'll be glad you did â and you may be surprised at the spark it ignites in your sex life.
Get in shape and lose the belly fat. If you're overweight and have a "beer gut, your penis might appear shorter than it is.
Regular exercise can make a big difference. Better physical conditioning may not only make you look better, but also can improve strength and endurance during sex.
Talk to your doctor or a counselor. Feeling unhappy about the size of your penis is common. A certified counselor, psychologist, psychiatrist or your family doctor can help.
Many men feel better with reassurance that they are "normal" or with advice about how to better satisfy their partner without resorting to cosmetic penis enlargement.