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Why some women have uncontrollable sexual Desire
           Some women have very strong, impulsive and insatiable sexual desire. This condition is called Nymphomania as sex bahaviour . Such  women often indulge in promiscuity or masturbation several times a day.

           This disorder may stem from such factors as emotional tension, an inordinate  need to be accepted by men, and attempts to deny homosexual tendencies or to disprove frigidity. Some people use this word when a woman is clear  about when she  wants or needs sex because her openness makes  them feel uncomfortable  and they disapprove of her.

           It is believed that the sex drive and various  sexual  functions, including the ovulation cycle in the female and ejaculation in the male are caused by the pituitary gland. It is called the Master Gland  that programmes not only the sex glands but every other gland in the body.

           Studies have also suggested that damage in this area may be one of the causes of Nymphomania.

Why some men have uncontrollable Sexual Desire
           Some men have very strong sexual desire. It is psychosexual disorder characterized by an obsessive, insatiable desire  for sexual gratification. This condition is not the result of being physically oversexed  but stems from unconscious emotional  needs, such as the need for reassurance of potency, an attempt  to deny homosexual tendencies, a means of alleviating anxiety, or a need to compensate for failure  or inadequacy in other  areas of life.

           Studies have also suggested that  damage in the area of Pituitary Gland may also cause satyriasis in males.

           The anterior pituitary secretes at least six hormones. They include the thyrotropic hormone, which controls thyroid function; adenocortico trophic hormone, which acts on the adrenal gland; the somatotrophic, or growth hormone, and the gonadotrophic hormones, which act on aviaries and testes.

Effect of Antisex Indoctrination
            Antisex indoctrination is the instilling of negative attitude towards sex,  especially in children. Many parents, as a result of their own inhibitions, hang ups, or religious  beliefs raise their children in a cool  atmosphere in which cuddling, caressing and touching are discouraged or even punished. They keep their children  in total ignorance of sexual matters  and oppose sex education not only at home but in school also. These attitudes lay the groundwork for sexual conflicts, frigidity, and impotence in many instances.

The Role of Biological clock
           The 24 hour rhythmic fluctuations in metabolic processes of animals and plants is called  Biological Clock. This internal mechanism determines periodic changes in bodily functions like respiration, heart beat, temperature, hunger, sleep, elimination, and energy level. It also regulates sexual processes such as the menstrual cycle, the rhythmic change from erection to flaccidity of the penis during sleep, and the estrus cycle, or heat cycle, in animals.  Most animals experience  diurnal rhythms with activities that  repeat in more or less 24 hour cycle.

           It has been suggested that the tendency of men to awaken with an erection  and a sex urge stems from the fact that  the male sex hormones are produced in larger quantities  in the morning.  Increase in the female sex drive  in the morning may also be hormonal.

How Ejaculation Takes place
           When the accumulated tension as a result of brimming seminal fluid in the reservoirs and vesicles has passed a certain limit, the involuntary muscles of a knowledge of sex organs contract  automatically in a strong  spasm, and drive their fluid  contents in tiny columns of spray against the anterior urethral wall. At the  same time the  prostatic muscles contract  and project the special secretions of the prostate into the urethra. And thus the whole process is completed by the erection which precedes these  reflexes and causes the urethral crest to swell and protrude.

           It becomes impossible for the seminal fluid to flow away inwards in the direction of the bladder  and simultaneously  it becomes impossible for the urine to pass with and mix into the myths of semen , so long as the penis is in erection. The occlusion by the urethral crest makes it impossible to pass water or urine.

           The process involves four  spinal nerves and, emanating from the spinal cord in the lower back, system  of autonomic nerves that react to erotic thoughts, which  may also be stimulated by  olfactory  and tactile sensations. Sex hormones  in the bloodstream help sustain the process, and the blood flow itself becomes a part of the activity by  contributing  to the swelling and turgidity of the penis and clitoris.

How Erection Takes Place
           It is believed that a nerve complex located in the sacral of lumbar segments of the spinalcord, transmits impulses resulting in erection of the penis. Some sexologists deny this hypothesis. According to them  its center is situated in the sympathetic nervous system of the pelvis.

           The first sign of sexual arousal  in a man is  usually that he has an erection. The source of excitement may be a picture in his mind the sight of someone he finds sexually attractive, or a  pheromones and fantasy , or some form of physical contact. Either way the effect is the same.

           When any person is sexually aroused, mental signals cause the valves of each penile reservoir to expand allowing blood  circulation to pour  into these swollen chambers. The chambers are fixed in the place by connective sponge like tissue. As they  swell by means of pressure from inside, the penis becomes  erect and hard. Pressure detectors regulate the amount of blood and balance the erection, and degree of hardness. Afterwards when that person has ejaculated, the muscles relax. The blood flow returns to normal and the penis goes limp.

           But erection can happen at other times too. One may find sometimes his penis is slightly erect when he wakes up in the morning. This is often because  the bladder is full and is putting pressure on the penis. When urine is passed the erection goes away. The time taken by a male to get an erection from the  start of sexual stimulation  can be as low as 15 seconds  in a young person, and may take longer as a person grows older.

How Erections are Sabotaged?
           Research findings show that when any man tries to perform under negative circumstances, erection problem arises. The emotional pressure from within causes his muscles to tighten their grip on the blood vessels that pass into the genital areas. This mind to body  reflex interferes with normal function because erection can only take place when there is sufficient blood flowing into the arteries. The engorgement by the inflow of blood fluid is nature's means of maintaining  rigidity.

           When there is a conditioned pattern blocking impulses to the penis, a sort of resistant armour is built  up in that area. As the sphincter muscles lock, the normal  flow of circulation is cut off. Stress is at the  root of most male impotence. Guilt and Sex are antagonistic bedfellows.

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