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Several time I have found that eating "good fats" (poly + mono) and reduce bad fats ( like butter) increase my derealisation, decrease my stress resistance and my weight.
sudden headache seconds before orgasm!!!!hello every one i have been suffering an exploding pain in the right back side of my head seconds before orgasm ?!can any one please describe it to me and tell me what to do ? am really worry about it shall i go ask medical help?or it is something that will pass easily and soon?thanks a lot in advance
report on "low dose naltrexone","LDN", current dose @ 2 mg, with titration to 4.5 mg. no NE's in 24 days. sleep improved drastically. beta endorphine levels tripled. have not o'd on "LDN", so dont know effect on pois. will report back with more info.also has anybody used an mao inhibitor. if mao was released in large amounts after "o", the enzymes A and B could easily dismantle all of our nuerotransmiters; seretonin, dopamine,ect.., everything with a tryptamine base.
the big O seems to excacerabate my sarcoidosis(sure there is a link between auto immune disease and this)
I'm amazed that any of you can go even more than a week without orgasm.My POIS presently has about 4 stages:Stage 1: Intense cravings for sexual relief. Craving headache. Loss of fluency of thought. Loss of concentration. There is no point in NOT having an orgasm in this stage, because the symptoms become as distracting as POIS symptoms.Stage 2: Orgasm. Brain fog. Extreme anxiety. Feels absolutely terrible to concentrate. Anything that stresses the nervous system seems especially unbearable -- for instance, even being cold for a few minutes when I get out of the shower (something I normally wouldn't notice). However, there is a certain sense of sexual relief, and the symptoms of stage 1 go away.Stage 3: Stage 3 follows after several subsequent orgasms. Eventually, after one of these orgasms, I will feel an extraordinary sense of relief. My thoughts will move quickly. My confidence comes back. My intelligence is restored. I feel mildly euphoric and manic.Stage 4: Intense feeling of withdrawal. Brain fog sets in. Heart palpitations (fast noticeable heart beat). Still feel free of the 'stage 2' symptoms, and I also feel like there is nothing I can do but wait these withdrawal symptoms out (unlike in stage 2). Cognitive problems are quite specific in this stage: I have particular trouble reading anything or concentrating on anything. In stage 2, it feels excruciating to concentrate, and my ability is diminished... however if I really push myself, I still can read things and retain information. In stage 4, this actually seems impossible. However, I am more relaxed and more at ease at being in this stage... for instance, the little nervous system stresses (being cold out of a shower, etc.), do not bother me. So it no longer feels bad to concentrate, but I am unable to concentrate.Stage 5: Recovery from stage 4. Able to think clearly, intelligence restored, no cravings. I essentially feel the way I did before I ever had POIS. Stage 6: Go back to stage 1.Each stage lasts about 2 days.
Demo, Oh, so that's what's up with Popeye.... his exuberant gun show demonstrates his his lack of POIS symptoms from his recent encounter with lady Oyl! 
Quote from: John21 on 18/12/2009 06:43:37QuoteDemo, Oh, so that's what's up with Popeye.... his exuberant gun show demonstrates his his lack of POIS symptoms from his recent encounter with lady Oyl! See how major surgery can affect the brain? I just now got it
Demo, Oh, so that's what's up with Popeye.... his exuberant gun show demonstrates his his lack of POIS symptoms from his recent encounter with lady Oyl!
...treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).[and]Treatment of depression.
I hope you have a good and happy Christmas.--According some sites, low testosterone cause anxiety,depression and inability to concentrate/cognitive disorders and lethargy.Demo, has your concentration be improved with T-patchs too ? I'm very bored with this symptom :/
I guess I'm not quite free of it yet... 
Been taking 10mg per day of Valium(Diazepam) for 2 weeks now and have noticed a huge reduction in all symptoms. I decided to try an O to
NE...and here we go again. This time I am affected but not in a large sense so far. One of the first subtle things I notice change is in my eyesight, the circuitry seems to be altered. Another initial change I notice is my knees, and I am amazed that no one else has reported experiencing this... I feel a definite change in them, like a weakness or something. And my mind seems altered and bogged down. In this state I feel very vulnerable to stress, that it can do damage if it is allowed to enter.I guess I'm not quite free of it yet... 
demo, that post about removing your testicles to lessen the effect of pois, that was pretty radical. i guess you could just replace them with plastic nuts and knowone would know the difference.
Rare Illness Appears in US for First TimeDid that get your attention? It did mine. It was "front page" AOL News.No, it wasn't about POIS, but...just wondering...it tells me that POIS does have a nice potential publicity basis to it. And if we can somehow get out there and DO IT, maybe we can get the world's help a little more easily than we are now?Hellooooooo? Any advertising or publicity experts here??? 
I was going to say i dont get runner's high during pois, is this true for every one.
if you talking about that tuberculosis it needs to go back.
Welcome Alexia.--CCC,I have missed your test. Your catecholimines seems ok dispite it's not really representative of levels in brain. At least mg seems good I suppose you made cognition test during Pois episode. But do you ask him to remake the test out of Pois ? I would like to know the name of the test (add, cognitive test).Thanks, good job.