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My Husband Masturbates In His Sleeps Eight To Ten Times A Nights What Is Wrong
Is he sleeping?: Or is he awake? Boys and young men may have nocturnal emissions (ejaculation when asleep) but that usually ends in the late teens. It would be highly unusual for someone above that age to have nocturnal emissions but it does occur. Several episodes in a night is almost unheard of and would warrant medical evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some...: Because you are a normal human being., Please remember, masturbation is a process of very heavy mental and physical drainage; every man needs a certain duration to restore his energy and ability to repeat masturbation. The pace of restoration widely varies among men, depending on your general health and lifestyle. Of note, don't let overindulgence observation rein and ruin our life. ...Read more
I'm a teen, i wakeup about 30 minutes after i sleep & findmyself masturbating against my bed. This is disgusting. How do I medically stop? Any medicine?
Sexsomnia: You have what is called a sexsomnia. Sexsomnia is considered a type of non-rapid eye movement sleep (nrem) parasomnia. Sexsomniacs do not remember the acts that they perform while they are asleep. Please see the reference at: en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/sleep_sex drinking alcohol, taking recreational drugs, suffering sleep deprivation, and experiencing stress are triggers. Avoid them. If apnea, treat. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: You're having a normal adjustment to a normal phenomenon. If there is concern, see your doctor. ...Read more
i feel and need to do masturbate to get sleep. If i dint do it, i don't get sleep, just keep mind worrying. Is there any way to stop masturbatin?
Masturbation: Normal: First there is no medical or health reason to limit your sexual activity. Every man you know masturbates or has masturbated. This is a normal part of the human experience. Your story is normal. There is no reason to stop. ...Read more
Causes of sweating: 2 types of hyperhidrosis: generalized & localized to underarms, palms, soles, face. Unknown what causes localized hyperhidrosis. Emotional stress/anxiety, heat, certain foods, etc for localized hyperhidrosis. Generalized hyperhidrosis, many causes: heat, metabolic diseases, like thyroid, diabetes, etc, infections, cancers, stress, medications. If new onset sweating, please see your dr right away. ...Read more
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