How to Stop Premature Ejaculation

Premature-ejaculationYou just started a minute ago, and now you're finished. You look at her face. She looks disappointed. You feel ashamed and humiliated. Almost less of a man.

That's premature ejaculation at play. Might be embarrassing to some men, but unknowing to most, it occurs more than 50% of the time in sexual encounters. If you have issues with premature ejaculation fear not - it's 100% treatable, and no - you don't always need to seek professional medical treatment.

The cause of premature ejaculation may vary from man to man, but much of the time, it is due to the conditioned responses from hurried sexual activity - such as masturbation. In other words, the act of consistently rushing to reach a climax during masturbation to prevent being discovered by others can condition the body to do the same during real sexual encounters. Although less common, anxiety can also be a factor.

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The treatment of premature ejaculation lies in physical, psychological, and biological roots. Put simply, in order to rid premature ejaculation, you need to unlearn the pre-conditioned physical and psychological responses to sex, and retrain both the mind and the body under a controlled guidance.

Physical techniques involve strengthening your man-parts, similar to strength training in the gym. This includes but is not limited to squeezing, pelvic strengthening, breathing techniques, circular hip movements, and relaxing the nervous system through relaxation exercises.

Psychological methods to help eliminate premature ejaculation include reducing your anxiety during sex, calming your level of excitement, eliminating relationship problems, and shifting your focus.

Then of course, there are also medicines that can aid to delay ejaculation such as serotonin reuptake inhibitors, numbing creams, and condoms. Though usually, they are not recommended as they may come with undesirable side effects.

Reversing premature ejaculation may be difficult to most people, but it can be done. The most important part, however - is to take measures to improve - as soon as possible. Talk to your doctor, or if you're not comfortable with seeking personal medical help, join a discussion forum or follow a training regimen such as this one in our previous reviews.

But at the end of the day, it's not going away by itself. Change only happens when you take action at it. And once you finally decide to do something about it, the rewards can be life-changing.

About the Author


Lorenzo Schwartz

Lorenzo studied journalism and nutrition. Now he's a dad in Northridge, California and occasionally contributes to local newspapers and blogs like EndHealth.

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