Learn How to Prevent and Treat Premature Ejaculation
Premature ejaculation, also referred to as early ejaculation is a more common problem than you might think. Estimates vary, but as many as 1 out of 3 men say they experience this problem at some time. Recognised as a medical condition by global health organisations, many men face this situation often. It is a premature orgasm, which can happen soon after penetration, or even before intercourse does indeed begin.
It is worth remembering that isolated episodes of premature ejaculation can occur: for example, by some momentary tension, and that there is only the diagnosis when the occurrence becomes frequent.
But the good news is that, although common, there are many ways to prevent and treat premature ejaculation. And here we will explain everything to you.
Understanding the Problem: What Causes Premature Ejaculation
Contrary to what many people think, premature ejaculation can have several causes; among the most common are:
- Anxiety and stress problems;
- Different pictures of depression;
- Attention disturbances;
- Damage to the nervous system;
- Inflammation in the prostate;
- Side effects of medications;
- Genetic factors;
- Changes in hormone levels;
- Frequent fast ejaculations.
Therefore, when you notice the frequency of premature ejaculation in the relationships, it is very important to seek a doctor, who will request the tests and indicate the most appropriate treatment for each case.
However, for the most part, men with premature ejaculation are anxious and go into a vicious cycle. That is, anxiety disrupts control of ejaculation, and when it is precocious the man becomes more and more anxious, which makes it difficult for him to get out of this condition.
What are the symptoms of premature ejaculation?
As we have already pointed out, premature ejaculation can occur in isolation; the problem is when it becomes recurrent, harming not only the sexual relations but the quality of life of the individual.
Symptoms may vary from person to person, but in most cases, they show up as difficulty in delaying or controlling ejaculation during sex, or failing to hold ejaculation for more than a minute during penetration. So, man can begin to avoid intercourse and even masturbation.
How to prevent and treat premature ejaculation
The prevention and treatment of premature ejaculation also vary greatly from person to person, considering the causes of the problem, and can range from the indication of psychotherapies, through exercises and use of products, such as condoms or cosmetics that delay ejaculation.
In others, individual or couple psychotherapy helps much to understand and treat the psychological causes of premature ejaculation.
In all cases, the use of cosmetics and the practice of exercises can help a lot in prevention and treatment; for example, the use of a cock ring. It is a small ring that is placed at the base of the penis and, from a slight compression, helps the man in delaying ejaculation and prolonging the sexual intercourse, because it takes some of the sensitivity of the penis. And there is no contraindication!
The penis sleeves or extensions are also accessories that help to delay ejaculation and even increase female pleasure. Most of them are made of silicone, they are placed on the penis, thus reducing the sensitivity for him, prolonging ejaculation. Many models have a textured surface, which gives a totally different feel to the partner, as well as increasing the width and length of the penis.
There is also the option of creams, gels, and sprays that delay ejaculation and prolong erection, in addition to lubricating the region, as they decrease sensitivity. Another option is the use of condoms with the same retardant effect. The good news is that nothing disrupts your pleasure.
Penile exercises in the prevention and treatment of premature ejaculation
Penile exercises can be done by any man and are fundamental in the prevention and treatment of premature ejaculation - and can be done along with other treatments.
It is a training to help man control breathing, anxiety, among others, helping in the control of ejaculation, done with or without the help of accessories.
Exercising the pelvic floor muscle:
This exercise is very simple; it can be started as a trial when urinating. It consists of the action of stopping peeing for 5 seconds, interrupting two or three times. This is to understand the exercise, then perform at another time.
it is also quite simple. It is about sexually stimulating the man until he feels that he is near orgasm; At this point, the practice stops for 30 seconds and then resumes.
This exercise can be done during intercourse or masturbation. When the man feels that the orgasm is near, he stops and gives slight squeezes at the base of the penis, waits 30 seconds and then resumes.
The penis pump assists in the treatment of men with erectile dysfunction. It works as a "sucker", increasing blood circulation on the spot and helping in controlling ejaculation.
Other alternatives to control premature ejaculation
There are other practices that can aid in erection control and the consequent delay of ejaculation, such as:
As in general women takes longer to reach orgasm, when you increase the time of foreplay it also increases the time of the sexual relation, and that time helps the man in the control of his own pleasure, but above all in increasing the arousal of the woman and ensuring more pleasure to both.
Good nutrition helps to improve the quality of life including fighting anxiety, which is the main cause of premature ejaculation. But some foods can help even more in this treatment, like milk, eggs, and derivatives, which increase the feeling of happiness and help you relax. The same happens with vegetables like spinach and citrus fruits.
Physical exercises and controlled breathing:
In addition to improving overall health and fighting anxiety, they help improve self-esteem, which also helps erection control during sex, and, of course, brings about an increase in quality of life.
Whether it is for intercourse or masturbation, solo or accompanied by your partner, the ideal is for him to seek ways to have an active sex life without any frustrations. As we have seen, premature ejaculation can and should be treated, so if you go through this problem, look for the alternatives we brought here. Remembering that the partner can also help a lot throughout the process, seeking to understand the problem, encouraging and helping to seek guidance and treatment. Sex is important to most people, and to you, it should not be any different. Take care, regain your sexual vitality and let the bedroom fun begin.
- Madame C.