Nightfall Causes, Myths, Treatment.
Updated: Oct 14
Let's first discuss what are the causes of nightfall, wet dreams, or nocturnal emissions. It is something which is more common in males and females of age group 15-25. This must be surprising for readers but yes it is common for women too. According to some of the researchers, more than 80% of women experience nocturnal or sleep orgasms by the time they reach the age of 21. In India, It becomes a big concern for a teenage boy who has recently started masturbating and with that started to experience nightfalls too. Some claim once they stop masturbating for weeks, the problem starts while others say they get to discharge the same night, they masturbate in the day. We get hundreds of queries via text messages and calls every week from teenagers and young Indian adults asking how they can stop the nightfall problem naturally. How they want to concentrate on their studies or workout in the gym to build a better physique but this issue is ruining their morale and confidence. Here are a few of the major causes of nightfall
Thin consistency of fluids
Excessive production of seminal fluids
Anxiety, stress, and bad lifestyle
Not ejaculating regularly
Watching excessive pornography
Let’s not think about the causes and talk about the myths that have been ruining the minds of the young generation of India. Some myths about wet dreams that keep on circulating in teenagers and young adults are
Wet dreams affect the quality of semen or reduce sperm count
Women are not affected by this
It affects our immunity
Only masturbation can solve nocturnal emissions
You need erotic dreams to get an orgasm in sleep
Believe us they are only myths and contain no facts. Women do get sleep orgasms although mostly they are dry but sometimes they can feel additional vaginal secretions from arousal. Nightfall is a natural way for the testicles to remove older sperm and help with the formation of new ones.
Treatment of nightfall or wet dreams in Ayurveda
Firstly, it is important to understand it is a completely natural process and in most cases, there is no treatment required. Unless it is affecting your day-to-day life or the frequency of emissions is too high. You can start by following a healthier lifestyle or daily routine. Sleep early and wake up early as most of the reported cases claim to get more emissions early in the morning. Reduce the intake of non-vegetarian foods and go green. Foods like meat, eggs, dry fruits, spicy meals increase the body heat resulting in more frequent wet dreams. Workout for at least 20-30 mins to improve blood flow and reduce stress levels. If you think your problem is acute and requires an immediate solution, it is recommended to consult Dr. Sudhir Bhola face to face or via online methods like audio or video and get a long-term cure with Ayurvedic Medicines. They provide safe relief with no side effects. Due to lesser physical activities in this pandemic time, patients are complaining more about sexual disorders. Try to maintain a healthy lifestyle which should include physical workouts and healthy food. For more tips and advice, check our other blog posts.