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Wet dreams. Why do they happen?

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Sex has a great impact in our lives. It's so big that it's there even when we sleep. Actually, for some people - especially women - their experiences when asleep are more satisfactory than when they're awake.

Nocturnal emissions are not only a thing for teenagers full of hormones. According to research conducted by Alfred C. Kinsey in the 50s, 37% of the women had experienced this kind of dreams at least once in their average 45 years old.

However, there is a significant difference between men and women. Whilst men commonly experience wet dreams at a young age, women usually have them mainly in their fourties and fifties. One reason for men to decrease their erotic dreams once they get in their thirties is the hability to contorl their orgasms after a few years, which become a response to physical contact.

As for women, orgasms are a psychological consequence. That’s why the lack of self-control during sleep facilitates the climax. However, only a 25% of them usually experience orgasms when awake and through penetration.

The brain’s role

Neurologists John Money once stated that “the biggest and most powerful sexual organ is not between men and women’s legs, but behind their ears.” Certain thoughts keep us from reaching the climax. However, when we let our mind go during the sleep, we allow ourselves to enjoy sex without further thoughts.

One final proof of our brain being the main responsible for our pleasure is that even those who suffere from anorgasmia (the incapability to orgasm)can reach their climax on their sleep. This teaches us an important lesson on sex: we have to go beyond our genitalia and learn how to stimulate our brain too.

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