More than just a wet dream

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Sexsomnia is a sleep disorder or phenomenon which affects different people in different ways. There are two primary activities in sexomnia which are; unconscious self masturbation, or sexual advances and interference with a sleeping partner.

While it is well known of and very common for boys to have wet dreams through into manhood, girls and women also experience dream states in which they become sexually aroused and even orgasm. However Canadian researchers found almost one in 12 people admitted engaging or initiating some sort of sexual activity while they slept with men making up three-quarters of the self-reported “sexsomniacs”.

Many observers of human nature, consider that orgasm

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A Lack of Sleep

A basic human need

We have not even noticed that the cause behind all many illnesses and disorders of our lives may be a lack of sleep and the amount and quality of sleep has changed with the development of human civilization.

From the day man discovered artificial light, sleep has become very troubled and as more and more gadgets fall into our hands, the quality of sleep continues to change. There was a time when people spent 6 to 8 hours per night in total darkness, but with all the modern gadgetry we have today, few bedrooms are completely dark due to the number of LED lights that run 24 seven.

But others think sleep is unnecessary and too

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Problems Sleeping?

Why Can’t I sleep?

There are many reasons that we have difficulty sleeping and a lack of sleep over time causes the body and mind to become less able and more susceptible to physical and mental illness. But sleep deprivation is a cause of suffering.

How much sleep do we need?

Babies can sleep over 12 hours per day, but by the time we reach 60 years of age, many get by happily with 3 or 4 hours per night. There is no hard and fast rule, but most adults get by with 6-8 hours per night. Those who don’t need as much sleep have more time to do the things they enjoy.

What keeps as awake?

Factors like noise,

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Ginkgo Biloba

Ginkgo tree

Also called the Maidenhair tree, kew tree, bai guo or silver apricot, Ginkgo is used extensively in traditional Chinese medicine, in which it is used to rectify deficient kidney yin and deficient lung qi.

Deficient kidney yin exhibits as insomnia, dry throat, back pains, tinnitus, while deficient lung qi manifests as allergies, asthma and general weakness. It has come into mainstream Western usage in recent times, mainly for its effect on the mind – it can ease depression and boost the memory.

The ginkgo tree is very hardy and an individual tree can live thousands of years, with many 1000-2000 year old ginkgo trees in China. Archeologists have found fossilized ginkgo trees dating back 200 million years, which

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