(Not for ladies or the elderly)
I have a question that I don't think would be good to ask in front of the ladies or elderly. If you don't like anatomy talk please don't scroll.
I noticed the past month kratom increases my arousal.... "yah, that's awesome" No!. Like at random times, in the grocery store, in public and it has me running to the exit. If feels like I'm 13 years old again jeez.
Has anyone noticed this? Nothing really triggers it. I can be reading a cereal box for goodness sake then bam! Where's the exit.
I fall into both categories (lady and elderly) so just wondering WHY this topic is not suitable for me?
I probably have much more experience with "arousal" than younger people.
Just trying to be polite.
I guess the google for this would be "random erections and Kratom." It has been reported on some message boards but no explanations as to why and if it goes away at some point.
Does this happen with all strains of Kratom? Like white for flight, Take red before bed, Stay with green hard as a beam.(L)
Jesting aside I can see why this is not a good thing.
Any men- can you contribute to this experience?
I don't think it happens with red.
I remember being in middle school asleep at my desk and the bell would ring and I would have my books mounted in front of myself to sneak out of the class room. Feels kinda like that again.
Well Kratom can make me pretty randy at times. I don't get a uncontrollable raging kratom tree though.:-P
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Have a wee bit better day!
Kratom effects dopamine levels. Brain is translating Kratom's effects in an unintended happy way???
Quote is from another forum- non Kratom-
Opiates and opioids increase the amount of available "happy" neurotransmitters in the brain, stuff like dopamine or serotonin (well, with opioids it's mostly dopamine. With drugs like ecstasy, serotonin is upped). Dopamine is part of the rewards system in the brain - when you feel good because something good has happened, like falling in love or seeing a really attractive person or seeing an arousing image, physiologically you're experiencing the effects of dopamine.
Just an explanation that might shed some light.
So Tony the tiger arouses me?
Tony the Tiger!!
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