I'll start with a position statement that "I am not against pornography as a source of entertainment and arousal which can benefit consenting consumers and participants."
The use of the term 'Porn addiction' has been contentious in recent years, however a study done in 2016 showed that viewing porn has a impact on the reward centre of the brain. It lights up the same areas as heroin or alcohol. So while we cannot say porn is addictive because it is not a substance we consume, we can say 'problem porn behaviour' as it results in us acting on our impulses and activating the reward centre. See more .........
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Premature Ejaculation (PE)
Erectile dysfunction (ED)
Delayed or Inhibited Ejaculation
Could this be you?
This is a common issue affecting the ability for men to orgasm. This dysfunction is often confusing as the there is the fact the person can gain an erection and continue to perform for a long period time, empered with the frustration of no release or orgasm. This can set up a negative feedback loop for you and cause loss of desire and increased dissatisfaction. Relationships can at time suffer as the non suffering partner feels they must not be attractive or skilled enough to be able to get their lover to orgasm and there can be too much focus on their own satisfaction and orgasm.
Some other male sexual problem
Male Sexual Pain
Low Desire ( see Couples section)
Coping with disability or surgery.