DEPRESSION HELP NEEDED: A study out of Australia has revealed that those who enagage in the most time online in sexual situations were the most depressed. Webcam sex,social networking,surfing for porn or anything sexual related were connected to the most depressed people.
Were the depressed so the when on line for intimacy or did the online activity increase their depression?
Men and women were made to interact with each other face to face. We share a laugh,touch,smile or intimacy together, the search for sexual satisfaction from the internet will never take the place of a live person. This is because sex is a bonding on a Scentific and Spiritual level. We are literally inside of each other.
The lonely can turn to the net but it is a poor substitute for the real thing. We mus learn each other and interact , the powerful bonds of human interact create life, no laptop needed.
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Internet sex makes you sad, anxious?
Although now overtaken by social networking sites as the most visited places on the web, pornography sites remain well-trafficked. But spending too much time online in the pursuit of carnal pleasure might have serious implications for your mental health, according to researchers in Australia.
The work, presented at a meeting in Australia last month, finds a link between clinical depression and an online sex life. 1,325 men from the US and Australia were surveyed about their Internet sex habits, which might include trolling for porn, participating in online chats, or doing things with webcams. They were also asked questions designed to elucidate the respondents’ state of mental health with regards to depression.
A significant percentage (27 percent) of those surveyed displayed moderate to severe depression, with similar numbers suffering from anxiety (30 percent) and stress (35 percent). Marcus Squirrell, a PhD student at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia, and the author of the study, found a correlation between the severity of depression and the amount of time spent engaged in online sexual activity.