You’re here because you’ve either been struggling with porn addiction, porn-induced ED or chronic masturbation.

If I told you that there’s an easy way to quit porn you’ll no doubt think that this is sensationalist marketing designed to tug at your insecurities until your wallet falls out, because you’ve tried to quit porn and it’s actually really f*cking difficult!

I hear you, but with all due respect, your way is really difficult. Now it’s time to give my way a chance.

The Usual Mindset When Quitting Porn

“I don’t really want to stop, but I know I have to stop if I want to recover, so if I can just resist the urge long enough, eventually I will recover”

Thinking like this sets you up for failure. It creates a sense of sacrifice, as if you are giving something up, rather than freeing yourself from the shackles. No wonder relapse rates are so high!

It is not enough to just avoid porn for a while. A change needs to happen in the way that you think and feel, as well as deconstructing associations you have created around porn and how you see it fit in your life, otherwise you can expect years of relapsing.

What Happens to your Brain on Porn?

Compulsive use of pornography reconditions the way your brain responds to certain stimuli. In this case it is the release of dopamine, a chemical that is a key player in your brain’s reward circuitry, which changes the way it behaves.

Your brain’s reward system tries to control and regulate behavior by prompting pleasurable feelings via its complex brain structures. These rewards tend to reinforce the behavior that induced the reward to begin with, and as is the case in addiction, this can lead to a downward spiral as the addict struggles to flood his system with more dopamine, and his brain’s sensitivity slowly decreases, leading to a diminished pleasure response.

And while this desensitization is happening (which leads the addict to seek more and more ways to become aroused), certain pathways have become sensitized and are now established addiction pathways, responsible for the sufferer conditioning their sexual behavior.

Any of These Symptoms Sound Familiar?

– It’s difficult to become aroused with a physical partner, but you can coax yourself with the use of porn.
– Struggling to maintain an erection (erectile dysfunction)
– Excessive masturbation, constant craving but little to no satisfaction
– Social anxiety develops. If you already struggled with this, excessive porn can make social anxiety more severe.
– Constantly feeling tired (fatigue) and lacking motivation
– General anxiety and a feeling of uneasiness
– Difficulty concentrating and pronounced worsening of short term memory
– Needing more extreme porn, or porn that doesn’t fall within your sexual orientation

You Have a Problem With Pornography

The severity of the symptoms varies from one person to the next, and for many they’re still not initially convinced that their porn use is contributing towards or exacerbating their problems. This is because:

– There’s a complete disbelief that porn, something we’ve been told all our lives is completely fine to indulge in, could actually have such devastating effects
– There’s a powerful defense mechanism within us all called: DENIAL. We “protect” ourselves from the pain of the truth by pretending we don’t have a problem. At least until the effects become so pronounced that you can’t kid yourself anymore.

It took me a while before I could accept the truth. The sooner you do, the sooner you can recover.

A 2013 study by the University of Sydney said pornography addiction was on the rise. About 47 percent of the surveyed people said they watched pornography from 30 minutes to three hours every day:

“They had severe social and relationship problems and had often lost their jobs or been in trouble with the law as a result of their addiction. Some users escalated their viewing to more extreme and often illegal material”

Nationally recognized organizations have commented on the negative impact of pornography, too. Oprah.com unveiled the negative side effects of porn, calling it a “drug that leads to addiction.”

“It gives you a hit, it gives you a high that cannot be sustained unless you have massive exposure to it,” – Rabbi Shmuley said to oprah.com.

What you can expect from this program

Experienced Knowledge
Input from hundreds of successful rebooters spread over 16,000 posts on the Sexual Reboot forum have combined with authoritative sources to find the approach that works.

Reboot your Brain
A sexual reboot consists of two parts. The first involves quitting porn and temporarily abstaining from masturbation. The second half involves reintroducing porn-free sexual stimulation and real sex.

Strengthen Weaknesses
More often than not you are turning to porn because you lack the necessary coping mechanisms to deal with challenges. Before you remove porn you need to prepare yourself.

Channel your Energy
This isn’t a New-Age thing, but if you don’t masturbate for a few weeks you are going to feel the dull ache of dormant sexual energy, which can be a source of discomfort. Don’t let it go to waste, use it.

Know the Path
Now that you know you have a problem, you can focus all of your attention on the solution, which has been mapped out for you in its entirety. Recover, Reboot and Rewire as quickly and easily as possible.

Dispel Limiting Beliefs
You can open your eyes to the damaging beliefs you have psychologically anchored to porn. Many people feel that they are sacrificing something when they quit because they don’t address this.

How Can Quitting Porn Really be Easy?

Compared to the Willpower Method (aka The Hard Way), this is the easy way. But let’s get real… There’s no magic pill you can take to beat porn addiction instantly. But there ARE methods, strategies and new ways of thinking that WILL make the process a far easier one.

Whether you see yourself as an addict or just someone struggling with an intense compulsion, the fact remains that you have created all sorts of justifications for what you’re doing and why, whether you’re consciously aware of it or not. Once you change your beliefs you will automatically change your behavior, and such a change can only be brought about by deep reflection and increased awareness. This requires a level of complete honesty with yourself which is at the very foundation of a complete and long-lasting recovery.

Porn Addiction is a Symptom of a Larger Problem

The relapse rates are extremely high for anyone that manages to kick porn addiction/compulsion and chronic masturbation using the Willpower Method. This is a big problem. Rationalizing with ourselves in the heat of the moment why it’s OK to continue on the path of self-abuse.

Sexual Reboot is not anti-masturbation but it’s important to abstain for a period of time to make a full recovery.

So why does it seem so difficult to stop and why are so many people falling right back into old habits even after managing to fight through 60+ days of abstinence?

Because they’re not dealing with the reasons why they turned to porn to begin with, they’ve let their ability to cope with any adverse emotional state fall by the wayside, and they still believe, deep down, that porn provides some benefits for them.

You will always struggle with porn compulsion if you do not deal with the root of the problem. The aim of the Sexual Reboot program is to help you do this effectively so that the new perspective you gain ensures that your desire to avoid porn outweighs your desire to indulge in it, bypassing the need to fight anything with willpower or suffer and struggle along the path to recovery.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know this will work for me?

This program has been designed with first time rebooters as well as frequently failed rebooters in mind. I want you to achieve long-lasting success, not just a few weeks of porn abstinence. I am 100% confident that you will take away many useful concepts from this book and the extras that come with it. If you find that the program does not help you then email me (john@sexualreboot.com) and I will provide assistance. Failing that, I offer a 100% money back guarantee for 60 days. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain by taking part in the Sexual Reboot program.

How can this help me more than the free information already available online?

The Sexual Reboot program is not just an instruction manual. The process of changing your beliefs is far more effectively achieved by working through a comprehensive program, saving you time, alleviating stress, and leaving no room for error. There are over 15,000 posts on our forum, and many more across the internet, with people expressing their (often conflicting) opinions, and this program can make sure that your energy and focus in spent on your recovery, rather than on weighing up whether or not what you’ve read is accurate.

Who is this program for?

This program is for anyone that is struggling with Porn-induced Sexual Dysfunction, Sexual Exhaustion, Porn Addiction, Compulsive Porn Use or Chronic Masturbation. It has proven results to help you fully recover.

Who is this program NOT for?

This program is not for anyone that is not serious about making a full recovery. You need to be committed to wanting to recover.

What about privacy?

We take privacy very seriously. Your details will never be shared with or sold to any person, company, charity or entity of any sort. We do not retain the private information of customers. Your credit card bill will not show the purchase as being for Sexual Reboot. In addition, we use a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) throughout this website, which is a cryptographic protocol designed to provide communications security over a computer network.