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Yes, Women Can Have Wet Dreams, Too

Women Can Have Wet Dreams Too

“Wet dreams” (nocturnal emission) is often associated with teenage boys who ejaculate in their sleep after having a sexual dream. But did you know that anyone can actually experience it? Yes, even women.

Ladies, have you ever experienced waking up feeling wet down there? You might’ve had a wet dream already. It’s completely normal during your teenage years and throughout adulthood.

How do wet dreams happen in women?

Researchers have shown that women can indeed have wet dreams, too. And in fact, most women who do experience wet dreams had their first one before the age of 21. Experts also found out that a lot of women have experienced it at least once, while some women have at least one wet dream a year.

When a woman has a really sexy dream, it can increase the blood flow to the genitals, and cause the vagina to produce more lubrication. That’s how wet dreams and sleep orgasms could happen. If you move in your sleep, accidental clitoral or nipple stimulation could even intensify it.

Can wet dreams be induced?

Not everyone will experience wet dreams, but there are some things that could possibly help induce it.

Sleeping on your stomach. This position lets the clitoris and nipples have more contact with the bed and get more stimulation.

Thinking about sex before going to bed. Sexual fantasies and anything sexual that you think about before going to bed could manifest in your dreams. Watching porn or reading erotic books might also increase the chances of having wet dreams.

How to prevent wet dreams?

Some find wet dreams embarrassing. If you’re one of those women, maybe these tips could help you prevent them:

Take your mind off anything erotic. Take your mind off erotic thoughts and anything sexual. Doing other things such as reading a wholesome book or watching a movie that has nothing sexual before your bedtime might help keep your mind off sex and prevent you from orgasming in your dreams.

Relax. Get into new activities and hobbies that relax your mind and body.

Although wet dreams are more common among men, especially teenage boys, women can also have them — it’s totally normal. There’s nothing you should worry about if you get wet dreams. They’re not a sign of an underlying condition, and they’re not harmful to your health.

Sources:

https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/sleep-orgasm-women

https://flo.health/menstrual-cycle/sex/pleasure/orgasm-sleep

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