Sexsomnia or sleep sex

Sleep Sex sexsomnia alias alias sexual behavior in sleep is a form of non-REM eye movement (NREM) parasomnias. Sexsomnia (the term was invented by Shapiro in 2003) pushes people to take in sexual acts in their sleep, such as masturbation, fondling, sexual contact and sexual assault actions that would be rape or are the victim conscious. The proposed medical diagnosis is slow awakening Parasomnia – Sexual behavior in sleep. Is considered by some as distinct from sleepwalking, but most experts consider a variant of sleepwalking, like most who have so sexsomnia sleepwalking (ICSD 2). He now often unpleasant consequences associated with sex and sleep has been used as a defense in criminal cases of rape. Other adverse effects include feelings of shame and discomfort and can also cause problems and stress relations.

Those suffering from sexsomnia confusionnels alarm and rarely have to remember the event. People who have a history of doing things the other such that the sleep sleepwalking or sleep talking is more likely to have episodes sexsomnia. Factors that may increase episodes of sleep are sex alcohol, sleep deprivation or even sleep disturbances of sleep apnea and others. Sexsomnia episodes could be triggered by contact with a bed partner. In some cases sexualisée movements during sleep can be caused by sleep tied epilepsy that results in sexual arousal and orgasm thrusting. Simple Sexualis movements could thus be associated with paradoxical sleep confusion.
Sexsomnia is a confusion that affects both men and women. Scattered reports exist about men and women who had sexual contacts with foreigners during the sleep period in cases where the memory of the sexual act is not retained, the detection of used condoms and semen stains on bed the morning after the sexual incident is a sign of grief.

Confusion can occur with other Sexsomnia sleep such that sleepwalking, sleep apnea, night terrors and nocturnal enuresis and can be triggered by stress, sleep deprivation and excessive alcohol or drugs previous.