💋🛌🏻 NoFap – Masturbation & Porn Addiction – Dr. Sam Robbins Reveals The REAL Truth


Hi, I’m Dr Sam Robbins, Over the past few months, I’ve received
lots of questions about NoFap – which in all honesty, I had no idea what it was. So, I decided to do some research. Basically, NoFap is a website and community
forum that serves as a support group for those who wish to avoid pornography and masturbation. Its name comes from the Internet slang term
fap, which originated in manga comics representing the sound of masturbation If you go to the NoFap website https://www.nofap.com,
you’ll see that it basically about helping people QUIT porn through education and support. Thus, it’s NOT about stopping masturbation,
which many people claim NoFap is about. Simply stated, it’s about the potential
ADDICTION to porn. It’s not a “movement”, or some kind
of religious or anti-masturbation website. They don’t want to restrict porn or control
it. It’s not just for men, because women can
also be addicted to porn. It’s for people who want to free themselves
from compulsive sexual behaviors, which many times revolves around porn. NoFap helps their users overcome their sexual
addictions so they can heal from porn-induced sexual dysfunctions, improve their relationships,
and ultimately live more fulfilling lives. Why Do This So I was curious as to why people wanted to
follow the NoFap recommendations and suggestions?… Why did so many guys keep asking my opinion
about it? Well, one reason or belief of NoFap is that
after abstaining from porn and masturbation for a period of time, some of NoFap’s users
claim to experience “dramatic increases in social confidence, energy, concentration,
mental acuity, motivation, self-esteem, emotional stability, happiness, sexual prowess, and
attractiveness to the opposite sex”. Some NoFap users say their brains were warped
by porn, at the expense of real relationships. Dopamine So people who promote NoFap – and not the
NoFap.com website specifically, but just all the various blogs, youtube videos, etc., etc…
say that porn causes dopamine levels to constantly go up and stay high and thus, causing an addiction. … JUST like cocaine, amphetamines, heroine
and so forth. Yes, true… but so what. So does playing video games. So does getting a text. Getting “likes” on Facebook, Swiping left
and right on dating sites, so does drinking coffee or anything with caffeine, so does
having sex, and gambling and hundreds of thousands of other activities that stimulate dopamine
receptors. But these people say that there is no limit
with porn as to the potential dopamine damage, but their is with other things I’ve mentioned
– again, total lies. Your body has limits with everything – it
will ALWAYS balance itself out. And it does so after you orgasim by decreasing
dopamine, increasing serotonin (another neurotramitter) and increasing Prolactin levels (a “female”
hormone). Something that other dopamine-inducing activities
can NOT do (drugs, gambling, etc.). I’m not going to get into the science, it
gets complicated and boring — needless to say, please don’t think that by stopping
porn and masturbation, you’ll somehow magically fix your need for dopamine. You’ll simply go get a dopamine high from
somewhere else because of genetic issues… which I’ll get to in a minute. Then there’s the theory that if you don’t
masturbate, you’ll also improve your dopamine levels, feel more confident, happier and so
forth. However, some of these same people are okay
with you having sex — so what’s the difference? Listen, if you don’t get “it” out, and
have an orgasm, your body (especially in men due to their higher sex drive, testosterone
and massive sperm production) will get it out in the middle of the night through a nocturnal
emission – better known as a “wet” dream. It’s how the body gets rid of old sperm,
to make room for new, healthier sperm. Thus, NOT having an orgasim for 30 or 90 days
and so forth, as some of these NoFap advocates recommend, is BAD for your body. It’s also bad for your hormones. It increases stress hormones such as cortisol. Some will say that not masturbating increases
testosterone. Wrong. Masturbating increases testosterone and after
you orgasim, it comes back down and then it goes back up. Trust me – there are far more benefits to
having an orgasim (through intercourse or masturbation), then NOT. The problem is when you’re addicted to masturbation
and more specifically, porn…. And it’s getting in the way of you living
a better life and achieving your goals. What Is Addiction? So, the first real question is what is defined
as an addiction or more specifically about today’s subject — PORN addiction?… Well, there are lots of definitions and part
of addiction is first and foremost, a genetic predisposition. Whether it’s to porn, drugs, food or something
else – some people just have addictive personalities. I’ve seen this over and over again in the
past few decades. Usually one or both parents have an addictive
history as well (alcohol, drugs, etc.). Now, with that aside, there’s the general
definition that an addiction is “something you do in the face of adverse and negative
consequences. If it’s hurting or harming someone else
or yourself.” For example, you get a DUI and yet, you keep
drinking and driving. You get lung cancer, yet you continue to smoke. In case of porn addiction, a better definition
might be “if it inhibits partner-oriented behavior, or it’s done in public or gets
in the way of day to day living” Obviously, if you’re masturbating in public
… you’ve got a problem that needs to be addressed. If porn addiction is getting in the way of
work, your daily responsibilities or you spending time with family, friends and having a social
life – you’ve got a problem. More importantly, if it’s preventing you
from having a relationship – then yes, you need to get this situation under control. For example, if your girlfriend wants to have
sex, but instead you’re rather go watch some porn and masturbate, that’s not good. There’s nothing wrong with masturbating,
as long as it’s not replacing intimacy with someone else. Now, some people have a very high sex drive
and maybe their partner only wants to have sex 2x a week, while they want to do it daily. Well, in this situation – have sex with your
partner as much as they can and want to, and the rest of the time go masturbate. We all have different sex drives. I’d rather you go masturbate, instead of
cheating on your partner – right?… I mention all of this because I have some
guys asking me if it’s wrong that they masturbate daily. This usually comes from younger guys and I
tell them to enjoy it, because later on in life when they’re older, they are NOT going
to be as horny. They will NOT want to masturbate daily. But again, I go back to the main problem — if
porn is preventing you from having real relationships, especially intimate ones, then yes – you’re
probably addicted to it. If you can’t control it and/or limit it,
so you can ALSO have a real, intimate relationship, then like a drug you need to just stop. Put some kind of program on your computer
or phone to BLOCK all porn sites, so you can’t access them. See how you feel after a few weeks or a month
or two. You can still masturbate without porn, but
again – don’t let it replace human interactions and intimacy with another person. The bottom line is that in today’s modern
society, we are overstimulated because of stress and especially, electronics. We have access to thousands of TV shows, books,
articles, videos, pictures, so on and so forth. NEVER has our brains and bodies been so over
stimulated. Thus, you’ll need to replenish these energy
stores, dopamine and serotonin levels, normalize cortisol and other stress hormones. THIS Is why so many people have anxiety, depression,
feel panic and stress all day long and feel uncomfortable in social settings. If you want really help normalize your dopamine,
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used for almost 20 years to help improve their mood, feel happy and confident. Listen, I have no problem if you want to stop
porn, go for it. See how you feel. You want to stop masturbating too, go ahead
– but that’s NOT natural. It’s NOT sustainable. But the bottom line is just don’t let porn
and masturbation take over your life, your thoughts and certainly NOT your relationships. That’s it. Subscribe, share this video with others and
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