Just last night she went to bed before me about a hour when I went to bed I could tell she wasn't asleep so I rolled to face away to give her her privacy and see if I could finally confirm my suspicions which have been active for the past few months. After 15 minutes I started to heavily breathe with slight snoring to indicate I was asleep, after about 25 minutes I heard her roll over to see if I was actually asleep, I remained motionless continuing the breathing and snoring in the same rhythm. Then it started I could hear her breathing quite heavily and rustling of the sheets.
An opportunity presents itself. I slip my right hand down my pajama pants and move slowly, careful not to bump my elbow into his side rib, or bring my hips into it. Too much movement or sound will wake him, and to be found out for something like this is not just embarrassing but potentially destructive.
HAVE you ever been told you're difficult to sleep next to, or perhaps it's your partner who keeps you up? Doing strange things in your sleep is not uncommon, many of us experience actions known as parasomnias. Parasomnias often cause you to do bizarre things, all while completely unconscious, like jolting, acting out dreams and even masturbating.
The first case of video-polysomnography vPSG documented sleep masturbation in a male is reported, and the second reported case of shift work induced sexsomnia. There was no sleep-disordered breathing nor periodic limb movements. Bedtime clonazepam therapy controlled the SW but not the masturbation.
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Sexy pop quiz! Have you ever awoken utterly confused to a mild vibration, only to find it's your partner taking care of business, solo-style right there beside you in bed? Did you: A Laugh.
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