Nightfall CausesNightfall or wet dreams can occur for a variety of reasons and are typically harmless. The condition normally resolves itself with age, but if it occurs on a regular basis, it may be cause for concern.
- It is most usually caused by a lengthy absence or lack of sexual activity. activity. Because sperms are constantly generated after adolescence, the overabundance by night, sperm that has collected within the testes is discharged.
- Too much sexually explicit information, pornography, or excessive discussion.
- Inadequate ejaculation during sexual activity owing to weakened genital nerves may result in semen buildup, which may be expelled as nightfall.
- Going to bed with a full bladder at night.
- Physical Inactivity
- Congestion/inflammation of the prostate gland
- Taking supplemental sex hormone (testosterone)
- Muscle and nerve weakness in the vaginal region
- Drug-related – Tranquilizers, sedatives, antidepressants, and some blood pressure medications.
Nightfall Symptoms and Signs
- Weakness, weariness, and exhaustion are common signs of nightfall or wet dreams.
- Other symptoms include involuntary sperm leaking in underwear.
- Sleep deprivation and sexually explicit dreams
- Inability to focus.
- Leg and back pain and cramping
Nightfall : Question and Answer by Dr. Rameez Shaikh, MD
Is it possible for women to have wet dreams?Yes, in a nutshell. Women may be unaware of vaginal dampness that occurs while sleeping as a result of a wet dream. Women, on the other hand, are said to experience wet dreams. However, the word is usually reserved for men. This sexual excitement may or may not lead to an orgasm. It may occasionally create wetness in undergarments or on bed linens, as it does in males. However, this is less plausible. Similar sexual-based dreams are related with greater vaginal moisture.
Which doctor is capable of treating nightfall?For nightfall issues, see a sex doctor, sexologist, sex specialist, psychiatrist or urologist.
Is There a Link Between Wet Dreams and Erotic Dreams?There is no evidence linking wet dreams to sexual dreams or any other sort of dream. It’s also uncertain if they occur as a result of unsatisfied sexual wants or requirements. The fact that they appear to occur more frequently during times of abstinence may imply this. However, the link is difficult to establish.
How can I Stop my nightfall Issue?
- Masturbating on a regular basis to expel extra sperm.
- Meditation and relaxation techniques are used to relieve anxiety and tension.
- Reduce or eliminate your exposure to sexually explicit information.
- Before going to bed, empty your bladder.
- Maintain a healthy lifestyle by exercising on a regular basis.
- Before heading to bed, take a warm bath.
Still Confused and Need Opinion ?Speak with a Medical board-certified Dr. Rameez Shaikh, MD consultant Psychiatrist and Sexologist if you’re concerned about your sexual function and how it affects your sleep. Reassurance may be all that is required, although they may choose to conduct more tests. This may provide you with more peace of mind and a better night’s sleep.
Dr. Rameez Shaikh (MBBS, MD, MIPS) is a consultant Psychiatrist, Sexologist & Psychotherapist in Nagpur and works at Mind & Mood Clinic. He believes that science-based treatment, encompassing spiritual, physical, and mental health, will provide you with the long-lasting knowledge and tool to find happiness and wholeness again.
Dr. Rameez Shaikh, a dedicated psychiatrist , is a beacon of compassion and understanding in the realm of mental health. With a genuine passion for helping others, he combines his extensive knowledge and empathetic approach to create a supportive space for his patients.