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It's been 4 or 5 months since I've been suspecting my inhaling poppers (once a month max) may be the cause for sleeping disorders. I'm not sure if any of you has had this, but some days after using poppers I feel like my brain prevents me from falling asleep by waking me up the moment I start to fade into sleeping mode. Feels like I can't breathe and then I have to open my eyes again. Anyone experiencing this?


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You have a serious case of anxiety, nothing to do with poppers. Are you a drinker? What you are describing is no joke - although why you think it is related to occasional poppers use is weird in itself.


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Yeah, I drink almost on a daily basis. Wine more than any other liquor


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never read anything about that... could be anything but unlikely poppers (if used that rarely)... consult doctor (not the internet) + stop boozing


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Hey man, I absolutely identify with your problem. Through my abuse of poppers (4 to 8-hour sessions of deep intoxication, unlimited hits, while watching femdom videos), I seriously deepened my pre-existing anxiety disorder. Turning anxiety into full-fledged dissociation. Basically going through life in a deadened trance. And yes, absolutely it was the poppers that "facilitated" me messing myself up like this.

The solution I found was to completely quit poppers and alcohol, and do a lot of physical exercises! In particular, I took up Bikram Yoga, which starts and ends with breathing exercises. Do you live within an hour or so of a studio? If so, it's really the best suggestion I can make to you. It'll change your life. What it won't do is satisfy you sexually; but it'll make you healthier, which should help you become more attractive to a potential partner other than your laptop!

“You're never too old, never too bad, never too late and never too sick to start from scratch once again.” - Bikram Choudary.


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Just as an example of how it affected me. It was impossible for me to have a nocturnal emission. Instead, if I hadn't ejaculated in a few days, I would wake in the middle of the night in extreme panic. This showed that my sexual energy was blocked (too much anxious buttplay, not enough ejaculation from my erect penis whilst in a physiologically calm state) and that I had basically fused anxiety around sexual arousal, to the point that the anxiety overwhelmed the arousal and impaired my sexual function, as well as my sleep!


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I can't sleep after using Iso Propyl poppers, and my neck feels sore from all the tossing and turning throughout the night. My breathing is terrible for at least 2 days after.


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So, Jako - see you at the yoga studio too I guess!

Wear swimming shorts, bring two towels and a big bottle of water, though it's better to drink before class rather than during.


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Thanks a lot for the tips, Do Your Yoga, and your comment, Jako. I've found that a rush similar to poppers (I'm a bisexual bottom married to a woman man) is to ingest THC gummies. It's obviously not the same "slutty" feeling you get from it but quite thrilling if you want to try.


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and alcohol

2 x Mr. Pisspot blame poppers :-(

PS. Mr. Pisspot is a character from the MisterMen series. He drinks vodka for breakfast in his Typhoo. No offense intended, merely mentioned illustrating my the point.


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Well, Sargon, that was extremely dull and pointless. We've been married for 7 years and from the start, we played the cuckold game. She was living in Paris (studying arts, with tons of men over her) and I was living in Mexico City. We spent the first two years of our marriage like that and she had all the freedom to sleep with whom she wanted to. She didn't because of risks, still, whenever we were together we went looking for men.
"Social virtue" is stupid. Sex is pleasure apart from procreation, and society is stupid enough to think you can control desire. No, you can't. That's the reason there's so much trust betrayed because people think they can control a primary urge: have sex with different people, feel the thrill of different sensations. There are people who might not want it, but if you want it, if you feel it, it will only be fighting against your nature and that… That's a real marriage breaker.
At this moment I am not a cuck anymore. I've always had the urge to make out with women and I did. Now I want to get fucked by men or women by pegging. My wife and I were both bi and we're both pretty much in love after 7 years. We prefer being with each other than with anyone else. And we seldom have any fights regarding trust. So… No, what this "loyal" man says might even be a façade, like priests who go on celibate vows and still fuck children. My wife's free to seek pleasure and I am too. No one can deny you hedonism. If you're so "moral", what the hell are you doing on a poppers' forum?


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Hedonism is a fancy word. It implies some connection with the Ancients, some primary all-knowing pre-Christian sense of the human condition. It seems to me that your behavior is self-medicating a trauma. What you describe is not a natural impulse, but one born of an unresolved psychological issue. Being a "cuck" is probably like reliving a trauma ad infinitum. It is an easier choice than seeking to explore the issue and expel it from your psyche, a painful process, but the only way to experience peace.

Have you ever examined your behavior in the context of your mental health? I could be wrong, and you are in fact transfixed with the notion of sexual eccentricity as a form of individual self-expression.

Please do not take my words the wrong way. I am only seeking to shine a light and bring clarity and hope to those who have stumbled in this perilous passage we call life. Thank you.


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I used to like popperbating to cuckold clips back in my drinking and drugging days. I've heard it said that if you're addicted enough to porn, it all becomes cuckoldry since you're always the spectator of another man's pleasure. For me, I moved away from watching sex, and towards clips where it was just the woman on screen humiliating the viewer. These were my favorite clips, for what it's worth:

https://povhumiliation.com/clips_by_mistress.php?v=217
https://povhumiliation.com/clips_by_mistress.php?v=176

But the more I get connected to my own sexual energy, and climb out of depression and anxiety - or, at least, learn how to recognize and manage them - the less getting myself in the state of intoxication required to really enjoy such clips appeals.


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Kok Gobbler: I am quite comfortable with being submissive in either of my bi roles. I never get anxiety or doubts about what I like. I am a well-endowed man and still have fantasized about being a cuck since I was 15, no porn involved. Back then I watched Playboy or Hustler. Yeah, I've always had fantasies about fucking those women AND being one of them. I recognize my duality and now, as never before, am happy with it. Because sexuality is complex. It's not just about mating and it's not just about being gay or straight. I can tell you I've never been attracted to men. I don't turn my head to watchmen as they walk on the street, but I do that with women. I am attracted to women. Still, I love passive sex with men. I love cock and the male physique and I also love pussy and female softness and smell. I do not need to explain it and I don't live it with doubts. Yeah, I get a fix out of humiliation and sometimes I like to play a dominant role. Sex with my wife was intense for the first 5 years, then my body started to change and I don't get rock-hard erections without help of a Cialis pill. That's just the way it works for some of us. But there a lot of ways to enjoy one's sexuality.


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MrMCuckold.....wow....you must be a rare breed....representing less than 1% of the population. I'm 59, 100% ga. I am in great shape thanks to being a dancer/fitness orientated person for 42 years. And no...I'm not fem. I'm not attracted to fem. I'm attracted to manly/normal-appearing in-shape men. BUT, I have no longer have much desire to JO or cum. I don't crave cock, ass, or men anymore. It's a blessing not to be saddled with that anymore. It wasn't a conscious decision. It just happens with aging. Anyway, poppers sustain some interest in sex for me. Mostly they make me want to take cock in my nice ass. N-butyl poppers in particular make the prostate/nipples go nuts with pleasure. But all drugs have side effects. You have to moderate them.


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