Sex & Porn Addiction in the US

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Sex & Porn Addiction in the US

Our research indicates that overall pornography consumption in the United States has increased over time, particularly since the internet became widely available. Pornography addicts are more likely to engage in frequent internet and video game use than most and also tend to suffer more from negative mood states, substance abuse, and impulse control. Since most pornography is consumed anonymously and conveniently via pornographic websites, addicts face particular challenges in finding the motivation to seek treatment or even acknowledge the existence of a problem. However, just as the majority of today's addicts use the privacy of the internet to search for pornography, research suggests that those seeking treatment are likely to go online first in their searches for discreet recovery options.

Psychographic Data for Pornography Addicts

Challenges to Recovery for Pornography Addiction

Attitudes Toward Pornography Addiction Recovery Programs

Where People with Pornography Addictions Seek Information

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