cybersex addiction

cybersex addiction

(sī'bĕr-seks ă-dik'shŭn),
habitual compulsive use of Internet-based sexual stimulation to the detriment of the usual routines of life.
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That now outdated book was followed this January with an entirely new book on cybersex addiction, Always Turned On, co-authored with my friend and colleague Jennifer Schneider, MD, PhD.
As explained by the Telegraph, Professor Matthias Brand of Duisburg-Essen University in Germany, along with his team, explored the impact of anticipating and receiving sexual gratification in the development of cybersex addiction.
According to the editor of the journal, Dr Brenda Wiederhold, even though the study population was limited to women under 30 , it still provided enough indication of cybersex addiction in women.
Washington, Aug 6 ( ANI ): A new study has revealed women and men are the same when it comes to cybersex addiction.
The researchers, who have explored the role of anticipating and receiving sexual gratification in the development of cybersex addiction, found that cybersex addiction in the study population of heterosexual female users is similar to that of heterosexual males.
I have managed the unimaginable, that is, to control my Cybersex addiction. Now, I control it; it doesn't control me.
Recently, some people have started to speak of "cybersex addiction." We read extraordinary figures that suggest 6 to 10% of the population is "addicted to cybersex." This is a predictable outgrowth of the sex addiction concept.
* Underestimating the adverse consequences of a cybersex addiction. Dr.