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Nocturnal Emissions in Men. What Should Be at Hand?

  • Published:
    09 June 2023
  • Updated:
    16 February 2024
Nocturnal emissions

Almost every man on earth has experienced it at least once.

What Is Nocturnal Emission and Why Does It Happen?

If you've had a nocturnal emission, congratulations! You are healthy. Your body is working. Your body is developing, growing, and is currently in a period of "hormonal chaos. Don't worry. This chaos will come to a balance. Until then, uncontrollable erections and orgasms are what can happen to you. A kind of body tune-up, an attempt to get all systems on alert with trial and error. You can start having orgasms at the age of 14 or 16, and some men don't have them finished until they're 50 or 60 years old.

You shouldn't get upset about nocturnal orgasms at all. If you have an orgasm, it does not mean that you are a pervert, that your thoughts are only about sex, or that there is nothing wrong with your health. You're not possessed by demons, either. It's a natural process that is even healthy (old sperm is released). This process is caused solely by the hormonal activity of your body. You can't stop hormones with your mind. It's like trying to stop a waterfall with your eyes!
The frequency of their occurrence can be from 1-2 times a week to 1-2 times a month. Here, too, everything is very individual. You can have intercourse more often if you abstain from masturbation altogether, for example.

What to Do About Nocturnal Emissions in Men?

How to deal with it so as not to get into uncomfortable situations:
  • Keep a clean, cotton towel by your bed.
  • Ensure you have one or two clean sheets in your room. If the sheets get dirty, throw them in the wash right away.
  • If you're not sleeping at home, take extra underwear with you. 
  • Try sleeping in your pajama pants. They are usually made of thicker material and may well absorb liquid. A sheet can be saved. 

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