why semen retention makes you high

Why Semen Retention Gets You High

Last Updated on June 8, 2024 by The Unbounded Thinker

When I decided to give up the sexual stimuli that were destructive for my body—pornography and masturbation—a few months or even more than a year passed before my reward system became fully restored. Once it stabilized, I began to experience even the smallest doses of dopamine and, crucially, to simply feel good all the time – Martin Prescott, Quit Porn and Get Rich

After retaining semen for about 100 days, I felt an intense euphoria and a slight sense of sedation. This sensation brought me unexplained happiness and profound peace, making it nearly impossible to experience anxiety. I cannot accurately describe it, but I can assure you that it was a wonderful feeling that filled me with a profound love for life.

This remarkable sensation became a permanent companion when I integrated a deep breathing practice into my semen retention journey. Each day, I set aside ten precious minutes for this practice. I began by taking a deep breath while visualizing sexual energy rising from the root chakra to the third-eye chakra. I then exhaled slowly while envisioning a radiant white light glowing between my eyes. I repeated this process for about ten minutes every day because it became an addiction in the most positive sense, as it kept the high born from semen retention alive and thriving.

Curiosity led me to scour the internet for insights into this unique experience. I wanted to understand whether all those on the path of semen retention felt the same way and, most importantly, the reason behind it. What I discovered was fascinating. People who have been retaining for extended periods consistently reported feeling high. I also realized that the source of this euphoric feeling lies within the composition of semen.

Researchers have recently unveiled a startling connection between semen and its potential antidepressant properties. For instance, the researchers, Gordon Gallup, Rebecca L Burch, and Steven Platek, in their article ‘Does Semen Have Antidepressant Properties?’ found that “Females who had sex without condoms, and therefore would be more likely to have semen in their reproductive tract, evidenced significantly fewer depressive symptoms than those who used condoms.”

It turns out that semen holds a treasure trove of antidepressants, eagerly absorbed by a woman’s reproductive system, thereby triggering post-coital feelings of well-being. These very antidepressants, I believe, are the driving force behind the exhilarating high experienced during semen retention.

Serotonin, one of these antidepressants, plays a pivotal role in elevating one’s mood. Serotonin is usually defined as the body’ natural feel-good chemical, and many studies agree that it makes individuals feel emotionally stable, happier, and calmer.

When semen is retained, serotonin levels, along with other mood-enhancing chemicals become available as they are not squandered through masturbation or sexual intercourse, resulting in a natural high.

I propose that this natural high, a pinnacle of human existence, is the latent state of man. Many men cannot experience it because they ejaculate frequently. They unknowingly yearn for this feeling and they seek it in drugs. However, the high delivered by drugs is transient, pushing users into a cycle of addiction.

The high that accompanies semen retention is the most reliable because it is a continuous, naturally-occurring ecstasy. To unlock this hidden treasure, you must retain your seed for at least 90 days and practice deep breathing.

Anyway, good luck on your semen retention journey.


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