ib1los wrote: Thanks for the reminder to post Area - you have been a great source of hope and inspiration and I don't want to give up on my end of the bargain here.
So things were going well - erections were back to almost totally normal.
But my girl and i just broke off our 3 year relationship and this past week i have been a wreck - and my erections even with porn just went totally to crap again.
I am going to assume that it is the stress, lack of sleep, no eating properly brought on by the break up but that is where I am now.
I also realized that I had stopped eating fruits and I read online that I need flavanoids from them, so I had a bunch of fruit last night before bed and glad to say I at least had morning wood for the first time since the break up.
I am going to continue exploring diets that can help me out - as well as go back to taking berberine and icariin now that my ex is not taking all of my extra money lol.
I will follow up soon.
Any tips you can suggest would be great area! Thanks as always!
Breakups are always frustrating, but if you are still getting results from things like fruit, then you aren't far off from recovery.
This may be time to think about some personality edging, meaning try to find ways to make the stress of all of this easier. Some of it may include further lifestyle changes. Mindset changes, stuff like that.
Additionally I think you'd do well on a few things.
), at least for a month so you can cope and get through easier - plus it helps lower Cortisol and increase Testosterone.
: same reason as above and it might help with mindfulness.
: Could help boost androgens and so you can easily decide and improve upon your own life and not worry about the past (she is the past at this point).
Women have changed mate, but both of you may just have had a loss of love (it happens), I don't know how or what happened but whatever you do - just focus on improving yourself (or rather maximizing yourself) for now. BUT, the trick is remembering that YOU ARE ALREADY above her.
See you have to want to change for YOURSELF, not anyone elses perception. You may not be 100% like me but I think we have some similarities. So once you have a vision just stick with it, you already know you have the ability to recover.