Thanks for the advice GlandMaster but I don’t know what you’re talking about. Are you suggesting a psychological reason for my addiction or a physical one? Because a person doesn’t need either to become addicted to something. Any lab rat if given the choice between heroin and food will choose the heroin. If there is a root to my addiction it is called our biochemical nature. Luckily I’ve never even considered using hard drugs, smoking, or alcohol. The only addictions I’ve allowed myself to have are sex, coffee.
Here is the root of the problem: A person has a background level of endorphins being circulated in the brain. Endorphins make you feel good and happy. If, one day, a person trys heroin(or coffee, or running, or amphetamines) then that endorphin level increases temporarily but then comes back down eventually. Now the person knows what it felt like to feel more ‘good’ and his original endorphin level doesn’t meet the quota anymore. This is withdraw.
This is the usual way someone becomes addicted to something.. So how can the root of that addiction be killed? It can’t - because it happened in the past. In order to get over it you’d have to go through quite a bit of time in an ultra-low endorphin level by giving up your poison. And , as stated, I ALLOW myself coffee because it’s not nearly as bad as other things and it gives me energy to boot. I also think we’re all addicted to something. If I find coffee is hindering dick growth then I’ll reconsider because sex is an even better drug.
Any big gainers out there who also drink coffee? Speak up :)
1. No, not everyone is an addict.
2. Why if, everyone has the same brain chemistry, is everyone not an addict?