The Pros And Cons Of Wet Dreams

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Can’t Get Enough Wet Dreams Wet dreams are often associated, in our minds and in popular culture, with hormonal teenage boys; they are usually regarded as just one of the slightly embarrassing side effect of puberty. But the truth is that they are far more common than most people realize, and many people find them an enjoyable and desirable part of their erotic life. What Are Wet Dreams & Who Can Have Them? Wet dreams, also known as nocturnal emissions, are orgasms which occur during sleep and can be experienced by both women and men. Increased blood flow to the genitals during REM sleep can result in arousal and a relaxed state can encourage sex dreams and orgasm. The good news is that they seem to happen to almost everyone at some time…show more content…
But be aware that, even if you succeed, beginners to lucid dreaming often wake themselves up if they become aroused or aware in their dreams. Lucid dreaming takes practice to learn, and even then it can be unpredictable. Sensual Sleeping: Create the Right Environment Your sleeping environment could be affecting both your state of relaxation and your dreams. Some people swear by thinking sexy thoughts or playing their ‘sex list’ of music while they fall asleep to encourage arousal. Others create a slightly sensual environment, with the idea that your sleeping body might respond better to silky nightclothes and soft bedding and a relaxed mind will be free to wander. There is some evidence that sleep orgasms occur more frequently to people who sleep on their front (source). So, if you usually drop off on your back then a change of position might be what you need. The truth is that nobody is sure whether any or all of these techniques will work at all. Anecdotal evidence suggests that some things do work, for some people. So if you fancy trying then do so with an open mind but don’t try to force it; wet dreams will happen when they happen. Just remember to enjoy them when they

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