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Self Bondage, Sleeping

Published by Tainted Innocence in Offbeat
November 25th, 2010

Have you tried to get to sleep in self bondage? Do you want to get into a natural sleep just after tying yourself up?

If you are asking yourself “why would someone want to sleep in self bondage?” well the answer if not always simple as many people will have different reasons for this but the most common reason is so that when they wake up they get a true feeling of helplessness as they start to panic until they remember that they tied themselves up.

If you are trying to get to sleep in self bondage then you need to work out what position you like to go to sleep in and what position you wake up. Once you have worked out what position you sleep the most often than you need to try to tie yourself up that would allow you to be in that position. For example if you find that you like to sleep on your back then a spread eagle position would be a good idea.

Some bondage gear can make it harder to get to sleep as it is either interferes with sleeping to much or it is just too uncomfortable to sleep. A gag makes sleeping a lot harder (if not impossible) as it forces your body to only use you nose for breathing and it may not be used to that when your sleeping.

Like wise several ties can make it harder to sleep like a hogtie for example. It is advised that you use really basic ties until your body gets used to the restrictive movement while sleeping.

However some bondage equipment can make sleeping a lot more easier and comfortable in self bondage. Leather cuffs are going to be better to sleep in rather than rope or metal cuffs.

With all this in mind try to start out in small stages until you can successfully sleep in self bondage. For example you might just tie your angles/legs together for a few nights and then start to tie your wrists and so on.

Always remember that when you are sleeping your heart rate and blood pressure will be lower than when you are awake. This means that the rope/cuffs have a higher chance of cutting off your circulation (and that isn’t fun).

Hope this has answered any of you questions or fed some of your curiosity.

For more information on self bondage (like positions, release mechanisms or just general info) then follow this link to my blog ~ Self Bondage Blog ~

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