What is sex?
Sex is a normal part of the human experience and one that modern society now embraces and encourages. Sex is not a problem for most people, but it can become an issue for some.
The term sexual addiction is frequently used to describe the problem some people have when they act out sexually in ways they feel they cannot control, and which are detrimental to their health and relationships. However, there is no official clinical diagnosis of sex addiction, making consistent identification and treatment of this issue a little murky.
What is Sexology?
Sexology is the scientific study of human sexuality, including human sexual interests, behaviour, and function.
Sexology is the field which research on the sexual function and dysfunction diagnosis, incorporating psychology, sociology, physiology, urology, andrology, psychosexual behaviour, mind & body reflexes and anatomical development.
What is puberty?
Puberty is when your body starts to develop and change, showing that you are starting to become an adult. These changes are very normal and are kick-started by the body producing specific hormones in girls and boys. As well as physical changes during puberty you may also start to have sexual feelings and notice your moods and emotions changing, too.