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Obviously, you cannot go back in time to a restore point, or erase all the data as you would when you wipe clean a computer’s hard drive.
However, you heal many of the brain changes that lead to your porn addiction.
Many guys eliminate or drastically reduce orgasms during their reboot period (men with sexual performance problems tend to do this).
On the other hand, sensual contact with a real person can be beneficial, as long as you don't fantasize about porn.
Watch this video - "Did Porn Cause My Erectile Dysfunction? " (by Gabe Deem) Relevant links: "It's amazing what you learn doing this.
I think I now fully understand the saying that 'knowledge is power.' Once you know how something works and how it affects you, it's much easier to muster the willpower to make a change if you so wish."—Recovering porn user It's important to realize that addictions or sexual conditioning alter the structure and chemistry of the brain's complex reward circuitry.
Some people have intermittent cravings and flatline periods.
Some have their worst cravings in the first two weeks. Some feel good for a short time and then go into a more challenging period. Some feel *less* anxious overall, but also have sluggish libido for weeks.
The name of this site is "Your Brain On eliminating masturbation, or reducing your frequency, is all about recovering from an addiction and porn-induced ED - nothing else.
No porn substitutes allowed, such as: surfing pictures on Facebook or dating sites, cruising Craigslist, underwear ads, You Tube videos, "erotic literature", etc.
If it's not real life, just say 'no.' YBOP simply passes along suggestions from men who have recovered from Internet porn addiction, porn-induced ED, and other negative effects of porn use. Please do not get caught up in, "Am I doing this right?
Although very complex alterations in brain structure and functioning occur in all addictions, the following four categories comprise many of the major changes: Let's debunk a common myth: Neither porn-induced conditions, nor the benefits reported by rebooters, have anything to do with blood testosterone levels.
(Any connection between orgasm, abstinence, and testosterone levels? If an addiction-related brain changes or sexual conditioning are underlying your symptoms, you may be able to reverse the process by giving your brain a well deserved time-out from overstimulation.
The reward circuitry is home to evolutionarily ancient centers responsible for influencing or controlling all bodily functions, perceptions, moods, emotions, drives, urges, learning, memory, and of course - libido and erections.