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Abstract

HYPERSEXUALITY AND HIGH SEXUAL DESIRES: EXPLORING THE PROBLEMATIC SEXUALITY

Atif Raja Natnoo and Wahied Khawar Balwan*

ABSTRACT

The Hypersexuality disorder or the uncontrollable sexual behaviour is leading the whole society in all age groups towards the destruction, where as Adults are more likely to be prone to this disorder, because of Hormonal changes and other various causes lead them to this destructive disorder. Hypersexual disorder is a pattern of behavior involving intense preoccupation with sexual fantasies and behaviours that cause distress, are inappropriately used to cope with stress, cannot be voluntarily curtailed, and risk or cause harm to oneself or others. This disorder pushes the society in the dark. This paper is concerned with the current use of the term hypersexuality and the extent to which ‘excessive' sexual behavior is associated with the symptoms that characterize addiction, dependency, compulsivity and impulsivity. It is proposed that the use of labels such as sexual addiction, sexual compulsivity and impulsivity is both premature and diagnostically hazardous, since research has yet to clarify whether pathological symptoms consistent with these labels, such as anxiety and impulse control, are in fact associated with excessive sexual behavior.

Keywords: Hypersexuality, Society, Hormonal Changes, Disorder, Behavior.


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