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Is unbridled sexual desire a mental disorder? , Excessive sexual desire is normal or abnormal?, Women also have abnormal sexual needs,

 

Is unbridled sexual desire a mental disorder? , Excessive sexual desire is normal or abnormal?, Women also have abnormal sexual needs,

Many people get involved in multiple illicit relationships while still married. In most cases this happens due to excessive sexual desire. Even after having sexual relations with husband or wife, they get involved in illicit relations without reducing their needs. The researchers said that this excessive sexual need is a mental disorder.


This disorder causes excessive or abnormal libido. In women it is called nymphomania and in men it is called satyriasis.


People with nymphomania or satiriasis engage in multiple relationships to satisfy abnormal levels of physical needs. Sometimes they get involved in one relationship, sometimes they get involved in multiple relationships at the same time.


Many times they also consume different types of drugs to increase this physical need or the ability to fulfill it. This excess or abnormal libido is considered 'adultery' or 'character flaw' by society but according to psychologists or psychiatrists it is a mental disorder.


According to a research paper by American psychiatrist Timothy J. Legg, about 30 million people in America suffer from nymphomania or satiriasis. Researchers at the American Psychological Association have yet to come to a conclusion on how to identify a person with nymphomania or satyriasis.


They could not specify any reason why this disease takes root in human mind and creates abnormal or perverted sexual addiction.


Symptoms of nymphomania or satyriasis:


  • Regular frequent masturbation.
  • Having multiple sexual relationships, multiple sexual partners, or casually engaging in a relationship for the sole purpose of sexual desire.
  • Abnormal addiction to pornography.
  • Abnormal attraction to unprotected and promiscuous sex life.
  • Engaging in cybersex, phone sex, or video conference sex.
  • Desire to expose various parts of the body obscenely.
  • Wanting to see others naked or having sex etc.
  • Guilt often works with this. Moreover, the affected person is often anxious, moody or depressed.


Treatment:


This disease is treated through meditation or yoga and various medicines. However, apart from medication, nymphomania or satyriasis is also treated using 'Residential Treatment Programme', 'Cognitive Behavioral Therapy'.

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