Nightfall Treatment in East Delhi

In men, orgasm is accompanied by ejaculation, that is to say, the expulsion through the urethra of semen, that famous white liquid that every adolescent impatiently awaits at the start of puberty. Ejaculation often takes place during sexual intercourse or during masturbation. But sometimes this phenomenon occurs at night without any voluntary stimulation… let’s take a closer look at how to explain this strange mystery.

Dr Pawan Kesarwani is a highly experienced and qualified sexologist in East Delhi and has a proven track record of success in nightfall treatment in East Delhi. He offers a wide range of treatments, including medication, therapy, and lifestyle changes. he will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that is right for your individual needs.

Wet Dream (Night Fall)

This phenomenon is also called “wet dream” (formerly it was called “nightfall”). It most often occurs at the onset of puberty. It is indeed during adolescence, and particularly before the first sexual intercourse, that nocturnal ejaculation is most frequent. However, it also exists in adult men but remains rarer.

Nocturnal ejaculation is an involuntary and uncontrolled reflex. Unlike actual ejaculation, this phenomenon occurs without the penis being directly stimulated. This is a completely normal and natural physical reaction, even if it is often embarrassing for our Jules. Some wake up during the expulsion of semen. Others continue to sleep and only realize it when they wake up.

How then to explain them?

Nocturnal erections often occur during the phases of REM sleep (those of dreams). During these phases, the sympathetic system that usually controls the muscles of the penis relaxes. This is how these come into action to cause an erection. Your Jules can then gesticulate or make various sounds to show his unconscious pleasure. If you don’t wake him up, the erection continues until ejaculation. These reflexes maintain blood circulation by oxygenating the corpora cavernosa so that they remain elastic. If they occur most often at night, involuntary erections can also occur at times of the day when Mr. is particularly relaxed.

Should nocturnal ejaculation be equated with erotic dreams?

Nocturnal ejaculation is very often associated with erotic dreams in the collective imagination. However, the correlation between this kind of dream and nightfall is only a received idea. According to sexologists, it would even seem that it is the natural excitement, caused by the erection, which generates these pink dreams, by pure physiological effect, and not the reverse. Moreover, some men claim to have nightfall without it being accompanied by erotic dreams. So, if when you wake up, you find wet sheets, don’t panic! Be aware that this does not (always) mean that Monsieur realizes his unacknowledged fantasies in his sleep… or that he needs erotic dreams to satisfy an overflowing libido.

Frequent wet dreams, should you be worried?

Is there a correlation between sex life and the frequency of nocturnal ejaculations? Some men find that they are more inclined to experience these phenomena during periods when sexual activity is less important (intercourse or masturbation). Others see no connection between their wet dreams and the richness of their sex life. Moreover, it is believed that nocturnal ejaculations are therefore not simply a response to a long period of abstinence or to an accumulation of sperm in the testicles.

Let these gentlemen be reassured, that the frequent nightfall is not a malfunction. They are also not indicative of any sexual disorder. If the mechanics are in good working order, there is no reason to worry!

Can nocturnal erections be dangerous?

In addition to the spontaneous nocturnal ejaculations we have been talking about so far, which are completely normal, there is another type of nocturnal erection. This is intermittent nocturnal priapism. Linked to a pathological phenomenon, these erections can last several hours and this is so long that they are often painful. Over time, spending so much time erect can be harmful to the penis. This can go as far as the appearance of fibrosis of the cavernous bodies.

Intermittent nocturnal priapism is not very common. It is even rather rare and mainly affects men with sickle cell disease. It is a genetic disease that causes abnormal haemoglobin. There is then a drug treatment to remedy intermittent nocturnal priapism. It is actually based on treating the cause of the problem, i.e. the underlying disease.

If you notice painful and abnormally long nocturnal erections, we strongly advise you to consult Dr Pawan Kesarwani, the best sexologist in Ghaziabad.

Suggestion to avoid nightfall

Here are some of the things you can do to treat nightfall:

  • Identify and avoid triggers. If you know what triggers your nightfall, such as watching pornography or eating certain foods, try to avoid those things.
  • Establish a regular sleep schedule. Go to bed and wake up at the same time each day, even on weekends. This will help to regulate your body’s natural sleep-wake cycle.
  • Avoid caffeine and alcohol before bed. Both caffeine and alcohol can interfere with sleep.
  • Create a relaxing bedtime routine. This could include taking a warm bath, reading a book, or listening to calming music.
  • Get regular exercise. Exercise can help to improve sleep quality. However, avoid exercising too close to bedtime, as this can make it harder to fall asleep.

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