Yes, love and sex can be addictive—and as destructive, at least socially, as compulsive substance use. The high hinges on physical or psychological arousal, and relationships can be marked by desperation. Love addicts go through life with desperate hopes and constant fears. Fearing rejection, pain, unfamiliar experiences, and having little faith in their ability or right to inspire love, they wait and wish for love, perhaps their least familiar real experience.
Addictive sexuality is like most other compulsive behaviors: a destructive twist on a normal life-enhancing activity. Defining sex addiction depends less on the behavior itself than on the person's motivation. Sex addicts lack the ability to control or postpone sexual feelings and actions, with the need for arousal often replacing the need for intimacy. Eventually, thrill seeking becomes more important than family, career, even personal health and safety.
The sex addict follows a routine or ritual leading to acting out on desires, and is then fraught by feelings of denial then shame, despair, and confusion. Addiction is characterized by the repeated, compulsive seeking or use of a substance or activity despite negative social, psychological and/or physical consequences. It is often (but not always) accompanied by physical dependence, withdrawal syndrome and tolerance.
Withdrawal consists of a predictable group of signs resulting from abrupt removal of, or a rapid decrease in the dosage of, a psychoactive substance or activity. The syndrome is often characterized by overactivity of the physiologic functions that were suppressed by the drug and/or depression of the functions that were stimulated by the object of addiction.
Tolerance is a state in which a drug or activity produces a diminishing response. That is to say, higher doses (or in the case of sex addicts, riskier behavior) is needed to produce the same effect that the user experienced initially.View Thread
Hypnosis. Hypnosis is the combination of the different hypnotic techniques which require relaxation of the mind and body. It also includes visualization on what we would like to achieve. This procedure enables us to communicate with the inner levels of our body such as our cells, tissues, muscles, and nerves which contributes to the development of your bust size. It tells our body on how it should work and that it should produce enough hormones for your bust to develop.
Exercise. It is very important that we work out. Just like any muscle it needs tending to be shaped the way we wanted it to be. There are a lot of exercise programs in which you can shape up the muscles found in your breast. To name a few are he-man press, butterfly press, and praying press.
Yoga. Yoga does not only relax your mind and your body but it also help you shape your busts. It is an ancient practice known for its meditation exercises.
Aroma therapy massage. Massage coupled with essential oils that helps in developing the size and shape of your busts are also very effective. Essential oils such as parsley, lemongrass, sage, and carrots are just some of the few that helps in developing your breasts.
Food intake. The foods you consume can be very important in the development of your breasts. You must be able to add into your daily diet foods which are rich in phosphorus, calcium, protein, and iron.
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