Experts recommend sleeping every night 7-8 hours if you are an adult, 9 hours for teens and toddlers and schoolchildren should get between 9 -14 hours.
It is also important to maintain a constant sleep-wake schedule even on holidays and weekends. Messing with your clock can lead to sleep disorders as well as alcohol and drug use.
Should you have a more serious sleep disorder or are suffering anxiety, depression and stress, it is best to seek advice from a health professional.
Also, parasomnias, including sexsomnia, can be linked to other medical conditions including: Parkinson disease, dementia, narcolepsy and mid-brain tumors.
The best way to get tested for these disorders is to be observed overnight at a sleep clinic and if you have experienced sexsomnia, are not on drugs and have a regular sleeping pattern, it would be best to seek professional help.