Nymphomania

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What's going on?

Nymphomania — A female hypersexuality, pathological increase sex drive and improve the ability to experience orgasm.

The origin of the term is quite poetic. According to ancient Greek mythology, nymphs lured men into the woods men into the forest to satisfy his lust. We nymphomania, there are more mundane name — "rabies uterus." This designation belongs to Plato, it is assumed that the uterus — is a beast who dwells in the body of a woman and eager to fulfill the reproductive functions. When he was a long time can not conceive, he is enraged and begins to wander throughout the body, bringing a woman to various ailments. Now such ideas — no more than a myth. Nevertheless, nymphomania brings suffering not only to the women themselves, but also their sexual partners. The very nymphomaniac with multiple orgasms can not achieve sexual satisfaction, and its requests to the partner exceeds its capabilities.

Causes

To begin to disappoint men who believe that the nymphomaniac "want to always" on call of nature. Nymphomania The extremely strong sex drive is quite rare. Much more common causes of nymphomania are mental disorders (manic-depressive illness, schizophrenia, psychopathy, hysteria with gipertimicheskimi poverty), hormonal disorders, various tumors of the ovaries and pituitary gland.

Furthermore, meets the so-called imaginary nymphomania, whereby woman maintains relationships with many partners in the non-sexual reasons — for example, because of an inferiority complex and doubt their own attractiveness.

Diagnosis and treatment

The border between pathology and the extremes of normal in some cases, hypersexuality is not very clear-cut. Young women with symptoms of nymphomania, as a rule, not weighed down by his condition, considering the increased libido his advantage.

Sufferers nymphomania go to the doctor, if: Increased libido becomes excessive, or they feel like state immoral.

If you are just beginning to bother increased libido, try to mobilize the will and get away from the constant thoughts about sex:

— increase the degree of his responsibility at work;

— join in the gym (excluding, however, the personal trainer);

— drink soothing herbal teas;

— Try to limit your intake of foods that increase sexual desire: seafood, cheese, chocolate, celery, walnuts, etc.

If efforts will be useless, you need to turn to a sexologist. He will spend the necessary examination, identify the cause of illness and prescribe medication.

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