AmeriHealth Rehab and Sex Addiction Coverage
Conquering the Stigma of Sex Addiction
A healthy sex life is nothing to be ashamed of, but when normal sexual relations with a consenting partner morph into something darker and marked with embarrassment, humiliation, regret, and a guilt-ridden lack of control, these may be symptoms of a serious sex addiction.
Signs you need to take advantage of your AmeriHealth sex addiction coverage and seek professional help include:
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- Using sexual acts as a commodity, as in trade for other goods or services
- Fantasizing about sex at inappropriate times or in excessive amounts
- Engaging in anonymous sex with multiple partners
- Engaging in risky sexual behavior
- Hiring a prostitute
- Compulsive viewing of pornographic material
Some people struggle with identifying the difference between a healthy sex life and compulsive sexual activity. If you're questioning your behavior, ask yourself these questions: Is my sex life interfering with my ability to work, study, or care for my family? Am I putting myself at risk? Have I tried to stop and discovered that I can't? Am I ashamed of or hiding my behavior? Am I going beyond my own pre-determined limits?
According to the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), more than 12 million people in the United States suffer from sexual addiction – you are not alone. Don't let fear get in the way of your recovery.
How to Treat Your Sex Addiction
AmeriHealth sex addiction coverage may include treatment options specifically tailored to sex addiction or under the wider category of mental health disorders, and coverage could be partial or all-encompassing depending on your individual policy. In a society that highlights sexuality almost everywhere we look, it can be almost impossible for sex addicts to escape their triggers. Because of this, inpatient treatment can be particularly effective as it isolates the addict from real-world situations that could significantly impede recovery. Outpatient programs and support groups offer patients a way to express their feelings in a safe and confidential environment, while 12-step programs help patients approach their addiction in a systematic and comprehensive manner.
Exploring Your AmeriHealth Sex Addiction Coverage
Privacy is often a concern for sex addicts looking to begin treatment. The insurance experts at The Fix will maintain your confidentiality while helping you explore your insurance benefits and evaluate a wide range of treatment centers until you find the qualified facility with which you feel most comfortable. Your recovery starts the minute you admit that you need help; reach out now for help reviewing your AmeriHealth sex addiction coverage and embrace a brighter future.