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Home Remedies for Nightfall, Wet Dreams, Nocturnal Emissions

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Nightfall or wet dreams are also known as Nocturnal Emission. This condition of nightfall or wet dreams is related with the leakage of semen during sleep. In other words we can say that nightfall or night emission is a condition when one is asleep and there occurs involuntary ejaculation. Usually the young male or male during their teen age suffers from this type of problem. Usually the dream which is accompanied by nightfall or wet dreams is erotic. It is not necessary for a person at that condition to dream about .

This condition of nightfall is most frequent during the years of teenage. This problem may continue in adulthood for many years. Usually single men get affected more by this problem of nightfall. In some cases married men even get affected by this problem.

Generally the wet dreams are not so harmful. These symptoms are the sign for the development of the reproductive organs. During adolescence this happening is quite often. But if someone is not having this symptom then he should not worry. It is a normal condition. But if nightfall or wet dreams occurs more frequently or emission that occurs is in excess then he must take this condition seriously and consult to a doctor. This condition may be taken seriously as it may lead to other problems like poor erection quality, thinning of semen, rapid climax and general body weakness.

Nightfall Remedies

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The problem of nightfall or wet dreams can be treated with the help of home remedies. Some of the popular and effective home remedies -

1. Osha is one of the common and effective home remedies to treat the problem of nightfall. It is a perennial herb which is found mostly in the Rocky Mountains of the south west united states. It has the property to treat the problem due to virus or bacteria or some inflammation which may lead to nightfall or wet dreams in men.

2. Intake of magnesium or calcium in any form is also very effective. If you will take the supplements of magnesium and calcium 30 minutes to an hour before bed then it will be effective in treating the problem of nightfall or wet dreams. It gives calming effects also.

3. Before going to bed, swallow a cup of sage tea.

4. Take 1 tsp of celery leaves juice with stalks and honey. Take this combination regularly before going to bed.

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