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Daisy999

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« on: September 15, 2019, 03:54:00 AM »
I grew up on porn. I started when I was 11 back in 1995.
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At this point, I can go about 10 days before I start getting serious withdrawals. The major stumbling block for me is that I eventually hit a point at which I cannot sleep at all. I'll go the entire night without sleeping unless I watch porn. Once I watch porn, I can finally fall asleep.

I am in school so I cannot force my way past this because I cannot afford to lose sleep like this. I also have a very restricted zero carb diet because of a pancreatic disorder, so I can't really take any supplements to help.

Anyone have any advice? I have a pretty unique situation due to the pancreas issue.

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Re: porn
« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2019, 07:32:31 AM »
instead of laying in bed you can get up and study a bit.

i know zero carb diet is trending so i guess its not a problem for reboot. it definitely sucks but people intentionally go on zero carb diets like it gets them some superpowers or something. i dont know of any supplements for reboot. reboot is pretty much cold turkey way of going on nofap. i never heard of supplements for reboot. everyone seems to just face it and if someone takes something its usually alcohol, junk food and other unhealthy stuff to make them feel something other than shit. not recommended.

you been doing porn since 1995, thats 24 years. over 2 decades, expect some consequences. its not up to you to afford or not afford them. whats up to you is how long and how deep you want to go. seems like you are in the sand over your head so its time to quit and face the music before it gets even worse. it will get worse, it always gets worse.

im sorry if i dont sound encouraging too much  ;D im trying, take my post lightly. as for advice, again, you could study something instead of laying down in bed all night long. and dont make yourself so special in this, its making things harder in your head. ton of other people experience insomnia. insomnia or disturbed sleep is common withdrawal symptom. its normal and expected, nothing special. it affects ton of students, workers, parents, partners etc. it fucks you up whatever you are trying to do. i seen ton of people losing 20-30 years marriages, careers etc. your life will suffer in order to reboot. thats the name of the game, thats the truth. reboot is going to break you down and count to 10. if you dont get up, you are back to square 1 but with worse circumstances. thats how you got yourself in this spot. it always gets worse.
« Last Edit: September 15, 2019, 07:34:18 AM by Johnny Trailer »

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« Reply #2 on: September 16, 2019, 08:42:45 PM »
A zero carb diet can be difficult to follow, especially if it is a new thing.  I tried the keto diet several times and I have to say I was not prepared for planning each meal out to ensure I was following the strict guidelines.  I have a friend who is gluten and grain intolerant, which basically means he can't have the normal processed foods we have in our modern society.  He eats a mostly keto diet and lives a normal life for the mostpart.

So... it's possible to do, but you have to adjust your lifestyle.  If you're a beer drinker, you need to start drinking spirits (and only certain spirits).  If you love bread, you need to find alternatives to it that use something like almond flour.  Just a couple tips that you already know.

I had trouble at one point falling asleep when I first started not engaging in PMO.  When I realized I was not going to fall asleep, I threw off the blankets and began physical exercise.  Even getting your heart rate up for 20 minutes seems to help wear you down enough that your body is ready to sleep. 

Maybe some physical exercise may help your sleep situation?