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Excessive Sexual Activity Can Have Unsual Side Effects

November 1, 2010

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, 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.

There are many alleged treatments for hair loss, but most fail to address a major underlying cause: a high stress physical response, sometimes triggered by over-ejaculation.

During puberty, boys maintain an extremely high level of testosterone and DHT without stress and are therefore able to achieve a full head of hair. As they age, men with a high level of DHT and stress lose their hairs. Stress and its induced inflammatory factors in the bloodstream deplete melatonin production during the night and heat up the blood, causing hair loss. At the same time, men with low testosterone lose their hair. So in short, high levels of DHT and stress hormones and low levels of testosterone lead to hair loss.

Over-ejaculation triggers excessive testosterone-DHT conversion in the prostate and testicles, leading to a stressful fight-or-flight state in the body. In this stressful state, the body produces high levels of cortisol, which induces high levels of prolactin and reduces DHEA, HGH and testosterone production. At the same time, excessive prolactin and epinephrine induces constriction of the arteries, leading to poor blood circulation everywhere in your body, particularly in the scalp and prostate. All of this contributes to hair loss.

A 2001 study examined the effect of a 3-week period of sexual abstinence followed by masturbation-induced orgasm. It found that abstinence over such periods “does not change the neuroendocrine response to orgasm but does produce elevated levels of testosterone in males.” A 2003 study showed that serum testosterone levels reach a peak seven days after abstaining from ejaculation. In short, the findings mean that excessive sex results in adrenal and testicular fatigue, leading to low testosterone level and hair loss.

In addition, exposure to stress and steroid-related toxins are likely to increase the activity of 5-alpha reductase for greater testosterone-DHT conversion. Excessive amounts of the amino acid L-arginine in conjunction with a high level of androgen hormone can over-excite the nervous system for excessive testosterone-DHT conversion, triggering a stress response.

To rejuvenate your nervous function for libido and reduce the epinephrine release from the hypothalamus, brain stem and adrenal medulla, supplement with ViaPal-hGH-J (or ViaPal-hGH-P if you are over 30), 5-HTP, DeToxiA, fish oil, borage oil, calcium, magnesium, and Vitamin-D. In addition, GABA can reduce oxytocin synthesis, limiting the stress response. Nitric oxide and cGMP reduce constriction in the arteries, improving blood circulation to the scalp and prostate. American ginseng and maca help to rejuvenate your entire body. 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.

Acne is caused by a number of factors, including diet, stress, accumulation of dead skin cells, bacteria in the pores, use of steroids, poor hygiene, drugs and medication. In addition, acne can be caused by over-ejaculation.

Excessive sex and masturbation can increase histamine, the super hormone DHT, the stress neurohormone epinephrine, and the inflammatory hormone prostaglandin E2 to induce acne outbreak. This sympathetic nervous action on the cells is exacerbated by a number of factors that can trigger the skin’s neuro-endocrine function, leading to acne. Those factors include exposing the skin to heat or sunlight, excessive sex, stress, insufficient sleep, eating inflammatory foods — especially those high in Omega 6 fatty acids — and consuming caffeine.

There are a number of treatments for acne. Medications can be effective in the short term, but they fail to address the underlying medical conditions causing acne. Proper hygiene is always important in keeping the skin clear of dead cells and bacteria. In addition, PinealTonin will reduce the release of epinephrine, histamine, and prostaglandin E2, thus reducing the chemicals vital to acne growth. Tea Tree Oil has been shown to be an effective anti-inflammatory in skin infections. American ginseng and maca help to rejuvenate your entire body. 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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  1. November 6, 2010 at 5:01 PM

    Lower flow amounts can be triggered by as well much stress, a bad eating habits, poor lifestyle choices or even a lack of vitamins or nutrients.

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