It has long been established that genetic factors along with environmental (e.g., psychosocial) factors are significant contributors to addiction vulnerability.
Epidemiological studies estimate that genetic factors account for 40–60% of the risk factors for alcoholism.
Mature women can be much more adventurous, less inhibited and far more creative than their younger counterparts.
They also know how to achieve satisfaction both for themselves and their partners.
These are women who have been through the shy stage and learned what's hot and what's not.
The term behavioral addiction correctly refers to a compulsion to engage in a natural reward – which is a behavior that is inherently rewarding (i.e., desirable or appealing) – despite adverse consequences.