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Microphilia | Definition, Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment

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Definition:

The Word Microphilia is the combination of two words

Micro: Small   Philia: Fondness

So It may be defined as: 

A sexual attraction towards small peoples or small body parts.

What is Microphilia?

Actually it is a type of Paraphilia ( Paraphilia may be defined as an abnormal condition where people suffer from sexual desires that are not the norm and even being extreme dangerous) which involves someone has sexual arousal from small things or small peoples which is just opposite to Macrophilia (It may be defined as sexual attraction towards giants human). Microphilia is basically a set of thinking in which an individual assumes others shrinking mainly but may not be shrinking but it is not rare. 

Researchers have reported that most of the cases of Microphilia’s appear in women than men. 

Some writers are resembling the condition microphilia with Masochism (In this condition a person gets enjoyment to drive sexual gratification from one’s own pain or humiliation) while most of the writers resemble it with sadism.

The exact size of thing or of a person from sexual desire is different in different persons, someone may get arousal from small objects or very small people. But on the other hand, it may be larger but normally things size varies from 1 to 5 inches.

However, for most, it is seeing for another person but has also been in towards things as well but it is not common.

What is Microphile?

When a person is suffering from the condition Microphilia, the person is called as Microphile.

Microphila is being in love with small. A fetish sexual where arousal comes from being small usually varies from 1-5 inches by the person from another person or things, this may or may not be shrinkable.

There are a lot of types of Paraphilia other then Microphilia as which includes:

Macrophilia:

which is just opposite to Macrophilia

Maschalagnia:

The atypical sexual interest of a person on Female Breasts.

Liquidophilia:

Interest of persons in immersing genitals in liquids.

Why People suffer from it?

Many kinds of research have been performed by the experts but they have not been sure that what is the actual cause of Microphilia. Maybe there is still a lack of interest in this as it is not really a common condition or there may be a lack of professional research that has been done to find out the cause.

Test for Microphilia:

Microphilia is observed easily at an early stage by testing at home as well. Parents can observe in their childhood by their routine activities. Parents can also observe their child their toys and clothes and their attraction towards things what a childlike. 

It may easily detect by exhibiting feelings of sexual arousal when imagining or viewing any video or image or object or a person as a miniature version of themselves may be considered as a sign of Microphile.

Sometimes even the desire to be a miniature version of oneself or do sexual acts may be considered as a sign of Microphile.

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Treatment of Microphilia:

Maybe a professional Psychologist or sexual can recommended treatment.

There are basically 2 types of therapies are recommended one by psychologist and another by Sexologist.

Psychological therapy involves some questions about the daily routine and what causes sexual arousal asked or what objects cause sexual arousal may be helpful for treatment but may not be a complete treatment but may help a lot, but if therapy has been done regularly may get rid of Microphilia.

On the other hand, Sexologists may suggest to him both. Psychological therapy as well as physical therapy, done exercises may help a lot in treatment.

Treatment during the childhood of a child:

If parents observe the child having Microphilia thee must go to the psychologist. The psychotherapy at a child is the most effective treatment as compared to the physical test. Children in that stage may get rid of this condition.

Maybe there is additional research is required to find out the real cause and treatment of Microphilia.

Diabetes Symptoms and Its Types

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Diabetes

Diabetes is a mixture of various complications usually resulting in the incident of high blood glucose level and inability to tolerate glucose due to inadequate insulin secretion, defect in insulin activity. 

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These problems are the result of imbalance monitoring of storage and accumulation of energy-yielding fuels that includes anabolism and catabolism of fats, protein, and starch. It arises due to faulty insulin release and its action (Piero et al., 2014).

Types of Diabetes

Diabetes mellitus has several types but two main types are: 

  • Type1 diabetes
  • Type2 diabetes

Type-I Diabetes

On the basis of diagnosis, type1 exist in patients with little or no insulin excretion ability. Such a patient needs insulin from an exogenous source for survival.

Type-II Diabetes

The widespread type of diabetes is type2 diabetes. It is distinguished by the ailment of decreased insulin release and increase cellular resistance to insulin. Usually, type2 diabetes affects people aged above 40 years. It is related to reduced physical activity, increased body weight and heredity (Bastaki, 2005).

Prevalence of Diabetes

In the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) report 2013, about 382 million adults are affected with diabetes all around the world. The prevalence rate for diabetes mellitus varies between 3 countries due to differences in risk factors i.e. birth weight, obesity, ethnicity, age, westernization, family history with diabetes and socioeconomic status (Dagenais et al., 2016).

The occurrence of Type1 diabetes mellitus can vary for the same as well as different populations depending upon the geographical area. The reasons for these differences are due to the involvement of different hereditary and environmental factors that influence the etiology of

Type 1 Diabetes

It is expected that approximately 50% of Type1 diabetes cases are identified after the age of 15 years. From 1990-1999 Type1 diabetes prevalence increased by 2.8% at the global level. At the continent level, there was a significant increase in Type1 diabetes (Asia 4%, North America 5.3%, Europe 3.2%) while 3.6% reduction was seen in West India and Central America (Green, 2001).

85-90% of diabetes cases in high socioeconomic countries are type2 diabetes resulting in greater impact in developing nations and commonly arise in obese and overweight individuals (Piero et al., 2014).

At the international level, the rise in diabetes incidence is evaluated generally considering the increase of Type2 diabetes prevalence. Several studies showed that areas with high diabetes percentages have a lower rate of impaired glucose tolerance (IGT).

For the year 2011, the prevalence of impaired glucose tolerance (IGT) varies from 18.4% in Malaysia and 1.3% in Saudi Arabia. In Europe, in the year 2011 prevalence was 5.4% in Sweden, Romania 9.8%, Poland 16.6% while Bulgaria 1.7% (Vlad and Popa, 2012).

Range/Level of Blood Glucose

The individual is considered diabetic when blood glucose in fasting condition is equivalent to or above 126mg/dl or oral glucose tolerance test is above 200mg/dl (Ismaiel et al., 2016).

Risk Factors

  • High Carbohydrates and fat diet
  • High blood triglyceride levels
  • High blood pressure
  • Being overweight or obesity
  • High intake of alcohol
  • Sedentary lifestyle
  • Gestational diabetes
  • Ethnicity
  • Aging

Symptoms:

Diabetes Symptoms
  • Dehydration or dry mouth
  • Unexplained weight loss
  • More hunger
  • More thirst
  • Frequent urination
  • Fatigue
  • Blurred vision
  • Tingling feet and hands
  • Swollen, red, tender gums
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Headaches
  • Infections or sores that  do not heal

Prevention

  • Monitor your blood glucose daily
  • Took your medicine prescribed by the doctor accordingly
  • Eat complex carbohydrates and avoid refined carbs
  • Avoid the consumption of sugar-containing foods and sweets
  • Be physically active and do 10-15 minutes exercise daily

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