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Sleep > Sexsomnia

Sexsomnia is recently identified 'new disease" sleep disorder or phenomenon which affects different people in different ways and there are two primary sexomnia activities which are; self masturbation and sexual advances or interference with a sleeping partner.

While it is well known of and very common for boys to have wet dreams through into manhood, girls and women also experience dream states in which they become sexually aroused and even orgasm.

Sexsomnia as Self masturbation during sleep.
This is a very harmless and pleasurable activity for most people, but it can be distressing for a partner who is sharing the same bed.

The behaviour most difficult to deal with for the partner of a person dreaming heart of sexual advances and interference. Yet the offended partner needs to cultivate a great deal of patience and tolerance.

Remember, this is an unconscious sleeping and could never be considered as deviant or criminal behaviour.

Many observers of human nature, consider that orgasm is the highest spiritual achievement of any person. It is a situation of intense pleasure that satisfies the body and mind on all levels and releasing stress. Of course many people consider masturbation, to be almost a crime, or a mortal sin or something heinous and not to be indulged in and this is simply a sad reflection of the state of our morality and civilization today that thinks that some of our body parts and sex are somehow sinful or shameful.

Why does sexsomnia of occur? The short answer is that nobody knows but observation tells us that it is related to sleepwalking and insomnia so that the person sleepwalks all suffered from insomnia is the personality most likely to suffer from the sexsomnia. As with many other variations in behaviour, or perhaps the statement some sort of spiritual emergency and the subconscious drive to provide the body with pleasure and release stress. Perhaps the person's sexual needs have simply never been satisfied?

For some sexsomniaacs, the activity may be irregular only occurring once in a while. Or for short periods during a sleep cycle, or it may last all night from falling asleep until waking.

If you are suffering from sexsomnia, what can you do?

If you live alone the chances are, you may never know that you do it except for are perhaps a little moisture on the sheets and provided you are not bothered by the practice. Simply enjoy it, remember there is no good and bad. It is simply a phenomenon, and the part of life.

However, if it is bothersome or has a negative effect on relationships and family life perhaps your first call should be to a psychotherapist who may be able to assist in identifying problem areas in your life.

Talk to your family and friends about it, talk about sex, and if you have an active sex partner and you are, you have regular sexual activity, with plenty of foreplay sexual talk through to completion and orgasm to a level where you feel satisfied. Importantly, as with other insomniacs ensure that you get sufficient physical exercise on a regular daily basis. As when the body is tired, sleep cycles are more normalized.

When it's your partner who is manifesting this behaviour, sleeping beside them when they are highly aroused can be almost impossible. So you might consider joining in and participating so that you also have an orgasm after which you are then more likely to go to sleep. But this seems unresolvable you may have to go and sleep in another room.



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