Looming danger in the society
The level at which internet P@.rn@.graphy has taken over the society portends great danger. The S3@.Xx:’ual ability of the young men is at stake. This is because exposure to these lurid materials affect their performance on bed.
Reports have it that being exposed to obscene images and lurid films either on a computer system or a smart phone or any other types of device affects a good number of youths. They make young men unable to become S3@.Xx:’ually excited by ordinary S3@.Xx:’ual encounter with women in the real world.
Another angle to the dangerous trend of P@.rn@.graphy is that a person could easily become addicted. He may see no reasons to enjoy the actual penile penetration with his woman. This is because P@.rnographic materials have substituted his woman since he also gets satisfaction through these means.
There have been various true life stories of some women complaining bitterly that their husbands do watch P@.rn@.graphy. Likewise, as a result of passion for lurid images and obscene motion pictures, impotence and weak ejaculation and other erectile dysfunctions set in easily. These diseases are no longer associated with middle-aged men or due to poor health, but they are affecting young men based on exposure to internet P@.rn@.graphy.
Scientific research and findings
In a finding published in Psychology Today, it was stated in there that the problem (of poor S3@.Xx:’ual ability to perform on bed by men) is now so common that men in their 20s consider their inability to perform as normal. The title of the research was titled: ‘P@.rn-induced S3@.Xx:’ual dysfunction is a growing problem.’
The report further established that the loss of libido by men in 30 years early is as a result of continuous over-stimulation of dopamine.
Dopamine is a chemical substance in the body. It is responsible and functions as the neuron-transmitter that activates the body’s reaction to S3@.Xx:’ual pleasure, when someone repeatedly views P@.rn@.graphy from any source (either TV set or computer).
What happens to an avid P@.rn-watcher is that when the dopamine spikes, his brain loses its ability to respond to dopamine signals, meaning the P@.rn-user demands increasingly extreme experiences to become S3@.Xx:’ually aroused.
Expert’s advice and doing away with P@.rn@.graphy
According to Marina Robinson, an expert on S3@.Xx:’ual performance, she said:
“When they (P@.rn-users), after watching P@.rn@.graphy try to have actual intercourse and cannot, they understandably panic. P@.rn-users are amazed that heavy P@.rn use can affect them adversely, that no one told them it could affect them.”