CHECK OUT G&STC DIRECTOR, JESSE KAHN TALKING WITH KELSEY BORRESEN AT HUFFPOST WELLNESS ABOUT IF YOU CAN ACTUALLY HAVE AN ORGASM IN YOUR SLEEP
Basically, the answer is yes. And, some people can only orgasm when they’re asleep.
“There is a major psychological component to orgasming,” said Jesse Kahn, a sex therapist and director of the Gender & Sexuality Therapy Center in New York. “So, if the reasons someone is unable to have an orgasm during sex are connected to anxiety, depression, stress, shame, internal or external cultural or relational pressures, it’s likely having an orgasm during sleep means those reasons cannot interfere.”
“Basically, sleep is a wonderful environment that can facilitate orgasms,” he added.