When you are masturbating on daily basis is the first sign to sex addict syndrome.
The individual is obsessed with sexual thoughts – thoughts which interfere with their ability to work properly, have relationships, and go about their daily activities.
Many say that sexual addiction is a form of obsessive compulsive behavior.
A person with sexual addiction obsessed with sex, or has an abnormally intense sex drive. Their lives are dominated with sex and the thought of sex; so much so that other activities and interactions become seriously affected.
It is not uncommon for the patient with sexual addiction to rationalize and justify their behavior and thought patterns.
Sexual addiction is not a problem – It’s a symptom.
Experts say there is a strong link between sexual addiction and risk-taking. Even though the risk of danger is clear, they may take risks regardless of the potential consequences, even if this means possible health problems (sexually transmitted diseases), physical risks or emotional consequences.
Is sexual addiction really a disorder?
Researchers from UCLA wrote in Socioaffective Neuroscience & Psychology that “sexual addiction” may be nothing more than strong sexual desire.
The scientists measured brain responses of hyper-sexual participants who had difficulties regulating their reactions to sexual images. The team found that individual brain responses were related to sexual desire rather than levels of hyper sexuality.
Sexual impulses, not weak self-control, make men cheat
A study carried out at the University of Texas at Austin suggests that human males are more likely to be unfaithful than females because they have stronger sexual impulses, rather than weaker self control.
But, the answers to any confusion about it is hiding in yourself, by having the space to reconnecting to your system (your hear voice) you could suddenly get rid from any habit that hold you back.
Sexual addiction also caused from a continuous frustration and emptiness, being suppressed under very strict environment, ignoring yourself from doing more for others and not what you love.