Are sexually suppressed children more prone to develop abnormal sexual behavior (sex addiction, asexual etc)?

Maybe. It depends on what you mean by sexually suppressed. If you mean children raised in conservative homes that discourage early sexual experiences but don't teach that sex is bad, probably not. If you mean children raised in homes that have negative or punitive views of sex, probably yes.

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How can you distinguish between sexual hyperactivity and sex addiction?

My down and. dirty definition of any addiction, including sex, is when you use it to alter your mood, do so compulsively, usually without much awareness of the process, get into trouble for the behavior, and then can't or won't quit despite it causing significant damage to relationships, job, life... Up until this point is reached, addictive behaviors aren't considered addictions, but they may be bad for you. Read more...

What can be done for addictive sexual behavior?

Consistent Therapy. The best treatment has to do with consistent therapy aimed at the reasons for the behavior along with behavioral and supportive strategies for containing it. Therapy will often include family members and spouses/partners. Occasionally medications are used to try to decrease sex drive or compulsive behaviors. Read more...

How can you stop your addictive sexual behavior?

See below... Wanting & intending are the most important steps that most struggle with the most! so i'm glad u're there... Now, find a good psychologist who works with these kind of issues, engage wholeheartedly & openly in the process & stick to it. Add to the recipe gaining some expertese in the self help tool of tapping...It's all over youtube... Simple & fun... Just search tapping&sex addiction... Bravo! Read more...
Sex addiction. Sexual addiction has many components similar to other addictions. A good psychological intake is helpful to determine underlying components of the addiction, consider medication to help with symptoms of depression, anxiety, ocd, etc., and then find a support group such as sexaholics anonymous (sa) or sex and love addicts anonymous (slaa). Also individual and group psychotherapy are helpful. Read more...

How common is it to have addictive sexual behavior nowadays in the u.S.?

Pretty prevalent... Sex addiction statistics from the society for the advancement of sexual health conservatively estimate that 3%-5% of the U.S. Population suffers from sexual compulsion disorders. This is likely an underestimate becos' it is based on those seeking treatment for sex addiction. Many of those afflicted avoid exposure & cannot be easily tracked. Other estimates are as high as 10%, ( i.e.~ 30millions!). Read more...
No good statistics. There are no definitive statistics on this as the term is not fully defined, although it is being considered for inclusion in dsm-v (hypersexuality disorder) and a rough conservative estimate is 3% to 5% in the U.S. Here's a flipstream on the topic: http://goo.Gl/sfgcj. Read more...