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OMG This Porn Can Kill Your Libido

The chemical processes in our brains are really complicated, and when you start messing with them, it’s really difficult to develop a healthy sexuality again.

One of the biggest lies internet communities and modernism have sold us is that enjoying porn is totally healthy and acceptable. For many, cyber-porn is causing problems beyond finding ways to erase that browser history.

With republicans calling porn a public health crisis and governments banning it many countries, the damage done by porn has suddenly become a social evil as psychiatrists have linked porn with the making of ‘Young Sexual Offenders’ and sexual health experts have blamed it for inducing Erectile Dysfunction (ED).

How porn rewires your brain, hijacks your libido, and risks your bedroom life is certainly an issue that cannot be ignored anymore. Internet porn is creating a generation of young men who are hopeless in the bedroom, ruining many relationships and marriages, according to the recent researches.

Watching porn isn’t giving a guy erectile dysfunction, but also decreases their attraction to their partner, contribute to human sex trafficking, and addicting them to their computer screen.

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Porn can ruin your relationship by killing your libido

Researchers think the Internet makes people much more vulnerable to sex addictions because it gives them instant access to pornographic material. While most porn viewers are guys, about one third of visitors to pornographic websites are women, and psychologists say women struggle with cyber-porn addictions, too.

Participants in a study viewed only about five hours of pornography over a six week period. Afterwards they noticed a direct impact on their sexual satisfaction in real relationships. The more participants were exposed to porn, the less satisfaction they had with their intimate partners: they were less likely to be pleased with their partner’s physical appearance, affection, and sexual performance in the bed.

A man’s physical response to porn—faster heart rate, increased blood-flow, erection—is preceded by a deeper neurological process, which scientists have attempted to capture through brain scans.

The report, called ‘Porn-Induced Erectile Dysfunction is a Growing Problem’, explains that the loss of libido 30 years early is caused by continuous over-stimulation of dopamine, the neurotransmitter that activates the body’s reaction to s€xual pleasure, by repeatedly viewing pornography on the internet.

Exposure to lurid images and films in the new media is de-sensitizing so many young people that they are increasingly unable to become excited by ordinary sexual encounters, reports suggest.

How Porn Hijacks the Brain

A ‘paradoxical effect’ is created whereby with each new thrill, or ‘dopamine spike’, the brain loses its ability to respond to dopamine signals, meaning that porn-users demand increasingly extreme experiences to become sexually aroused. This imbalance in the brain leads to many problems: impotence with your spouse, frequent masturbation with very little satisfaction, anxiety, fatigue, lack of motivation, inability to concentrate, and escalating tastes for more bizarre or novel porn.

Over a decade ago, Dr. Judith Reisman called porn an “erototoxin,” theorizing that the brain itself might be damaged while watching porn. She speculated that future brain studies would reveal that the surge of neuro-chemicals and hormones released when someone watches porn has measurably negative effects on the brain.

Her theory was initially ignored by the perverts but the recent studies and brain mapping proves it scientifically that porn can ruin your sex life, romantic relationship and the marriage. People who think that porn is harmless and simply helps people “get in the mood”, or “relieves frustration”, are kidding themselves.

The chemical processes in our brains are really complicated, and when you start messing with them, it’s really difficult to develop a healthy sexuality again.

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