5 Signs Of Hypersexual Disorder
Pathological sex drive, which cannot be controlled and satisfied, is quite rare: according to statistics, only two women out of a thousand can be nymphomaniac. However, in modern society with its cult of active sexuality, women can sometimes suspect they have nymphomania, not understanding the roots of this disease.
How to recognize real nymphomania
First of all, it is worth learning that not every, even the strongest attraction and active behavior will turn out to be a real nymphomania.
For example, a disease is not:
- increased excitability and the ability to multiple orgasms;
- hypersexuality, increased sexual appetite;
- an obsession with sex in a couple in love;
- self-affirmation through sex with new partners after breaking up with an ex.
Unlike a licentious woman, a nymphomaniac does not easily allow herself multiple and promiscuous sexual relationships, she cannot do anything else, it is difficult for her to communicate with people, work, rest.
Nymphomaniac women go far beyond the usual sexual promiscuity, because they become indifferent to who they have sex with (appearance, nationality, age, having a wife, and even the sex of a partner).
Nymphomaniacs are not even stopped by the danger of sexually transmitted diseases or the possibility of becoming a victim or complicit in a crime.
Despite the fact that many nymphomaniacs quickly reach orgasm and can experience it several times in a row, sex does not bring them satisfaction and psychological relaxation, they almost immediately want to do it again.
Signs of nymphomania in women:
- attraction is out of control;
- sexual thoughts cannot be suppressed for any length of time;
- the partner does not satisfy, therefore nymphomaniacs often change them or are in several relationships at the same time;
- there is a need for casual sex, including with strangers;
- there is no interest in a man as a person, even his appearance is not important;
- nymphomaniacs suffer from hysterics, lie and deceive, try to manipulate others, their character becomes unbearable.
Living with a nymphomaniac, a man not only suffers from her betrayal, frequent absence from home, emotional outbursts, but can also seriously underminetry to satisfy such a woman sexually.
Erotomania, love addiction and true nymphomania
Among the many definitions of nymphomania, experts identify several variants of the syndrome.
Erotomania is a painful attraction that arises from obsessive fantasizing, constant thoughts about sex, viewing erotica and pornography. At the same time, the erotomaniac is limited to dreams and conversations on sexual topics.
Love addiction can also look like nymphomania, only a woman feels an irresistible sexual attraction to a particular man, and she is not interested in others.
And finally, the only form that fits the definition of true nymphomania makes a woman seek as many sexual contacts as possible, no matter with whom, when and with what consequences.
Nymphomania is observed in women 20-30 years old or during menopause (climacteric nymphomania).
The term nymphomania is always assumed to be the female hypostasis of the problem, while nymphomania in men is called satiriasis.
The reasons may be different, but the root of the disease is in the disorder of the limbic system and the pathology of a certain part of the brain (hypothalamus). The disease can be triggered by a previous encephalitis, tumor, brain injury from a stroke or stroke. These lesions can subsequently provoke a malfunction in the regulation of sex drive.
Also, the syndrome can accompany psychopathy, manic states, some forms of schizophrenia.
If the patient has not had any health problems before, then it is possible to allow the development of nymphomania after suffering severe stress - the loss of a loved one, ability to work, property, or if the woman is a victim of a crime.
Traditional medicine for nymphomania
As strange as the disorder may seem, modern medicine offers a wide range of therapeutic measures aimed at identifying the causes and eliminating the manifestations of nymphomania.
To exclude a tumor, you need to make a tomogram (MRI) of the brain. The endocrinologist will prescribe hormone tests, which will show whether there is a violation of the hormonal background in the body and whether further examination of the glands is required.
A gynecologist should be tested for sexually transmitted infections, in particular, for mycoplasmosis, toxoplasmosis, Epstein-Barr virus. The causative agents of these infections in rare cases can cause organic brain damage and cause nymphomania.
Treatment is an integrated approach. After a thorough examination and analysis, the attending physician will establish the true cause of the disorder and prescribe adequate therapy.
Hormonal drugs are used only in case of proven disruption of the endocrine system.
Having cured the venereal diseasediseases, the patient will achieve an improvement in immunity and metabolism in the body, which will reduce painful craving, nervous excitement and greatly improve well-being.
Psychiatric drug treatment can consist in taking sedatives (sedatives), antipsychotics, tranquilizers.
It is imperative to visit a psychologist-therapist for behavior correction, auto-training and, possibly, hypnosis sessions.
Treatment of nymphomania with folk remedies
Traditional medicine offers many recipes for natural herbal preparations for sexual disorders and diseases of the genital area.
Herbal preparations treat increased sexual excitability, soothe, eliminate inflammation of the genitals, cool the body.
With rare exceptions, treatment with folk remedies lasts 1-1.5 months, followed by a break for two weeks.
Collection # 1
Brew 1 tablespoon of willow earrings in 0.5 liters of water, leave for 1 hour, drain. Drink 1 glass 3 times a day before meals.
Collection # 2
1 teaspoon of hop cones, lemon balm leaves, peppermint, meadowsweet flowers. Pour the mixture into 0.5 liters of beer, leave for 12 hours, stirring from time to time, then strain. Take half a glass 3 times a day for a week.
Collection # 3
Mix in equal parts hop cones, peppermint, lemon balm, wild strawberry herb, fireweed, St. John's wort and motherwort. Brew an infusion of 2 tablespoons of the mixture and a glass of boiling water, leave for 30 minutes, strain. Take 3 times daily before meals.