Sexomania

What is Sexomania?

Sexomania is a newly term in our modern society and under thorough research and consideration has been proven to be a psychological disorder. Sexomania or sleep sex is a condition in which a person engages in sexual activities while still being asleep. The severity of this condition can vary from troublesome moaning to violent sexual behavior. According to doctors and sleep experts, it is difficult to find out the total number of people affected by this condition as people usually fail to notify the doctors for the fear of being ridiculed by friends and family. However, it is a curable condition and it is advised to consult a family doctor or sleep expert who is aware of your sleep history.

What Causes Such Sexomania?

A large number of people affected by Sexomania are usually men; however that does not mean that women do not suffer from it at all. Usually people who have a history of sleeping disorders like Sleep Walking, Insomnia or Sleep Talking are the ones who suffer from this condition. It is recommended to consult a doctor as soon as you figure out your problem in order to avoid from being severely affected by this psychological disorder.

What are the Symptoms of Sexomania?

There are no specific symptoms of Sexomania. In fact, most people who suffer from this condition do not even remember that they had sleep sex the previous night. In order to cure this condition, it is important to find out the underlying factor causing it. Usually, people who sleep walk are the victims of Sexomania. This means that the doctor or sleep expert needs to first diagnose and cure the Sleep Walking disorder in order to cure Sexomania.

How can Sexomania be Treated?

  • In order to get Sexomania cured, the first level of treatment is usually counseling or therapy. In this treatment, the intention is to make sure that whether or not there is an underlying psychological disorder for such behavior and if there is, then therapy usually helps the patient to a great extent. Moreover, therapy also helps in reducing any stress and anxiety that might be contributing factors to this unusual disorder.
  • If the patient is in a relationship, the therapy sessions should include the partner in order to make sure that they are aware of the issues of the disorder as for any other reason. Partner’s sleeping history is also noted.
  • The second phase of the treatment is to make sure whether or not there is a need for lifestyle changes to help eliminate the disorder. For example, there could be an alcohol-related problem that is contributing to the condition and its prohibition might help in eliminating the disorder for good. Similarly, reducing stress and anxiety levels in the person’s lifestyle can be beneficial as these factors are usually the underlying cause of many disorders.
  • Lastly, there is the option of medication and this is considered in extreme cases of Sexomania to reduce the problem or completely eliminate it.