Male Organ Problems: Adult Nocturnal Emissions

Hopefully, most men will experience few – perhaps no – male organ problems of any consequence during their lives. Defining “male organ problems,” of course, depends upon the individual. Certainly anything that directly and negatively impacts male organ health is one, but there are some more, relatively minor, issues that some men might classify as male organ problems and some might not. In this second category might be listed the issue of adult nocturnal emissions. Read on to learn more.


Many men who read that last paragraph may be puzzled, thinking that nocturnal emissions are strictly an adolescent concern that they left behind in high school, along with geometry homework and mandatory assemblies. But while it’s true that nocturnal emissions are much, much more common during puberty, the fact is that a man can have nocturnal emissions at any point in his post-pubertal life. Not only are adult nocturnal emissions possible, but they also are something most men experience, at least once or twice.

Back to basics

Nocturnal emissions, also called sleep seed releases, are a normal part of becoming a man – and a woman as well. (Yes, women can have nocturnal emissions, too.) During puberty, as the body is changing from a child to an adult, it is overloaded with hormones. Some of these hormones help the member to grow and the sacks to start producing male seed, preparing a guy for his upcoming sensual experiences.

During this period, boys have sensual dreams that sometimes, due to the hormones being pumped around the body, result in the manhood releasing seed while they sleep. The majority of boys experience this, although to varying degrees, for a period of time. Eventually, things get balanced out hormone-wise, and a guy stops having them on as frequent a basis as he does during part of puberty.

So why in adulthood?

Just because a guy stops having frequent nocturnal emissions doesn’t mean he’s necessarily through with them forever, however. Many men report having an occasional nocturnal emission in their 20s or 30s; some report having them well into middle age. But since the body has long since finished with puberty, why are the emissions continuing?

There are generally 2 reasons why a man might have nocturnal emissions as an adult.

One, he’s essentially self-pleasuring in his sleep. That doesn’t mean wrapping his hand around his manhood and stroking, however; it more generally means that he may be lying on his stomach as he sleeps. Men typically get several spontaneous tumescences as they sleep. If one occurs while he is prone in this position, he may experience a sensual dream and unconsciously rub his member against the mattress in such a way as to bring about the emission.

The other reason is that the nocturnal emission is his body’s way of telling he it’s been too long since he released seed. The member needs to be “exercised” regularly, and that includes releasing seed. Going for a long period of time not only increases the amount of male seed stored in the sacks (although only up to a point), it also makes the manhood think it needs to get rid of that male seed both for more “room” in the sacks and to keep itself in good seed-releasing shape – use it or lose it, so to speak.

So, there’s nothing wrong with an adult having occasional nocturnal emissions. If it bothers him, he may try self-pleasuring more frequently and/or sleeping on his back. If they occur with regularity and are causing him concern, he should consult with a doctor.

Adult nocturnal emissions are among the lesser male organ problems, many of which can be aided by use of a top drawer male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Oils that contain vitamin A are valuable, as that vitamin’s anti-bacterial properties can help fight persistent manhood odor. If the oil also contains vitamin D, so much the better, as vitamin D has proven benefits in fighting diseases and supporting healthy cellular function.

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