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What are the major causes of nightfall?
Nightfall is a common problem experienced by many men, especially adolescents. An involuntary ejaculation of semen during sleep can be frustrating, to say the least. The worst part is, most young men are unable to understand the cause and find it difficult to discuss the problem with their peers or parents due to fear of embarrassment. The frequency of the nocturnal emissions also varies from one person to another, but they all stem from one or more of the following causes: Nightfall is not unusual in young men who abstain from sex. However, if the condition persists or becomes more frequent with time, it could lead to a host of health issues. • Congested prostate gland, weak nerves, and the inability to handle emotions are often treated as the main reasons behind frequent nightfall. • Males who perform self-stimulation or have sex on a regular basis are prone to nightfall problems. • Low libido, depression, anxiety, stress, obesity, diabetes, lethargic lifestyle, and long sitting hours affect the balance of the body’s hormones, causing the nerves to weaken and lead to nightfall. • Nightfall may occur with increasing frequency due to the side effects of medication like high blood pressure medicines, tranquilizers, and sedatives. Once your doctor determines the reason why you contracted the problem in the first place, he/she can help you establish a suitable course of treatment.
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