Sexual Addiction A logical question that comes to mind when we are discussing low sexual desire is its' opposite: "Can someone's sexual desire be too high? Currently there is no diagnosis for having too much sexual desire. But, is sexual addiction merely an excess of sexual desire, or does it reflect something else? This question of, "How much is too much?
Sex addiction is defined as the compulsive engagement in sex despite the negative consequences. Where is clearly as an addiction is that the person will be unable to control his or her sexual urges. Even if the consequences are clear or even likely , people with a sex addiction will be unable to stop the compulsive behavior unless there is some sort of intervening event. As a result, personal and professional relationships may begin to suffer. People with a sex addiction often will use sex as a form of escape from other emotional and psychological problems, including stress, anxiety, depression, and social isolation. Sexual addiction is part of an umbrella concept known as hypersexual disorder, which includes such behavioral disorders as:. These behaviors are closely aligned with a concept known as risk compensation in which people will adjust their sexual behavior based on their perception of risk.
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Most of us know how difficult it is to resist even the simplest of things. Addiction is of course far more serious than eating too many cookies and sex addiction in particular, is complex. While your therapist is likely to tell you that you should eventually be able to engage in healthy sex life, in the beginning, stages of treatment you will more than likely be advised to abstain from any and all sexual activities.