Porn & Health
Prolonged porn use alters the physical structure of the brain and creates a dopamine cycle that becomes harder and harder to break free from.
The size and scale of the pornography problem within the Christian church is well-documented and growing, and the negative spiritual impact is measurable.
More and more studies are proving how toxic porn is for all types of relationships: from marriages and romantic relationships to all types of friendships. It also fuels feelings of shame, depression, and isolation.
While porn is used as a quick fix to negative emotions and as a temporary pain killer, the negative consequences are enormous. Aside from feelings of shame and depression, porn can stunt your emotional development and shortchange your EQ (emotional intelligence).
Those who use porn have less satisfying sex lives or they are unable to have sex at all. Whether it is the explosion of Porn-Induced Erectile Dysfunction or the tripling of sexlessness by young men in the last ten years porn is having a negative impact on sex.