Sex therapist calls out the NHS for not offering treatment for sex addiction

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There is no clear consensus amongst professionals about sex addiction (Picture: Getty Images)

A sex therapist has called out the NHSfor not offering treatment for sex addiction.

Relationship charity Relate has describes the addiction as any sexual activity that feels ‘out of control’, but the NHS’s says ‘experts disagree about whether it’s possible to become addicted to sex.’

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