A step by step explanation of the addiction cycle, knowing where you get trapped is the best way to escape.
History shows what we think is healthy changes everyday.
Your brain makes natural drugs on its own. Pornography causes an over-load of these chemicals to be released in the brain.
What is addiction? Why is pornography addictive? How does pornography affect the brain?
Porn acts as other drugs releasing increased amounts of natural endorphins and chemicals in dangerous amounts. Withdrawal symptoms from porn resemble those of other illegal drugs. Irritability, inability to sleep, emotional outbursts, physical shaking, etc.
Here is some good news about the addiction cycle: there is a way out. These points of possible choice arise at different times and in moments that will surprise you.
Long term porn use effects mental health, relationships, and sexual response.
Porn can lead to feelings of worthlessness and depression.
As soon as media producers and advertising agencies realized that “sex sells,” it changed everything.
From magazines to video to DVD to internet to your cell phone, pornography has creeped into your everyday life.
Science has to catch up with truth; then societies’ behaviors have to catch up with science. Bottom line: things don’t change quickly.
Because of this lack of education and awareness on the true effects of pornography, we have allowed our society to become engulfed in a sexually hijacked culture.
Some people might wonder about the difference between the experience of a healthy sexual relationship with a loved one and the sexual experience of pornography. It’s easy to think, “Hey, they’re both sexual so it’s just two kinds of the same thing, right?” Are they?
To viewers, pornography can appear a fantasy world of pleasure and thrills. To those who create and participate in making pornography, however, their experiences are often flooded with drugs, disease, rape and abuse.
Recognizing and overcoming the mind traps created by addiction.