1. It is not possible under the accordance of UCLA's Semel Institute of Neuroscience and Human Behavior, rather it is a factor of heavy stress or anxiety, built up pressures that in which "victims" see to sex as their only way out to physiological comfort. However, many do have hypersexual drive that can be very evident based on their behavior.
2. A typical patient would constantly feel arousal the genitalia region, and would normally protray jittery behavior and will not be able to be in one place still.
3.When one becomes engaged in sexual activity to the point where it attracts attention of family members and friends which begin to deteriorate, is a reason to seek assistance for the person. Psychological assistance is the priority solution by having the patient come to realistic terms if they just choose to reduce their crave. Other than that, abstinence for a period time helps.
4. The frequency of their sexual activity and their typical behavior in a quiet setting can be clues in to something being wrong with their body.
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