Get used to pornographic images lead to a state of addiction
Researchers and psychologists confirmed that to get used to pornographic images lead to the most serious cases of addiction to cocaine addiction, and may lead to mental disorders and physical significance, and in the hearing in the Senate, the U.S. Commission of Science, Technology and Space.
Dr. Mary Ann Layden, researcher, Cognitive Therapy Center, University of Pennsylvania, which is a specialist who testified before the Senate committee that "pornography sites are the most serious threat to mental health we know it today," as reported by Wired magazine and the U.S.. and reinforced the seriousness of these sites as being available through the means of delivery is very efficient - the Internet - is also available in a permanent and free of charge.
Thus, comparing this kind of cocaine addiction, for example, the first serious, because there is no restrictions on it, and can not be identified from the abused and the impact can not be wiped from the brains of patients would remain pending the imagination of the viewer of pornography saw, while it could be erased almost the final of the body of the effects of cocaine addict after some time.
Dr. Jeffrey Satenovr - a psychologist and a specialist who testified - he said that the pornographic images, and the subsequent raising of sexual, inducing the body to produce semi-natural opium (opiods), and thus the impact of Internet sites that broadcast pornographic content that is stronger than the impact of heroin.
He has been suggested by some members of the Commission at the hearing to monitor the financing of the budget of the federal government to study the physical effects of addiction to pornography. Others suggested that some direct government support programs for the education of citizens of the dangers of exposure of pornographic content.