Pornography Addiction

Porn addiction is frequently seen as a bad habit. It is, however, a behavioural addiction that might be more difficult to identify than other addictions. Despite the fact that medical authorities do not consider excessive viewing of pornographic sites to be an addiction, all of the symptoms are extremely similar to those of cigarette, drug, or alcohol addiction.

Some of the symptoms are :
  • Risky or rough behavior during sex
  • Sexual unresponsiveness to a partner
  • Withdrawing from social engagement or work activities
  • Irritability when attempting to stop
  • Loss of control over self
  • Unrealistic expectations of sex from a partner

To be able to stop porn addiction, it is critical to recognize the emptiness, just as it is with any other addiction. Adrenaline, dopamine, endorphins, and serotonin are released by a porn addict, and this hyperarousal becomes a physiological aspect of the addiction.

  • Without any retreat, stop the behaviour.
  • Get rid of your feelings of guilt or shame.
  • Have reasonable sexual expectations.
  • Restore closeness with your lover if you’ve lost it.
  • Regain your self-confidence and self-esteem.
  • Get rid of your anxiousness.


Generally, 3-5 one-hour sessions are adequate to deal with porn addiction. The first step is to of course book your 30 minute free consultation with the therapist and get answers to all your questions about hypnotherapy and/or any other therapeutic modality that your therapist might recommend.

All the sessions are conducted one on one basis in a safe environment and are bound by Client-Therapist confidentiality ethics.

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