What is Premature Ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation (“PE”) is when a man ejaculates too soon during intercourse. Delayed ejaculation is scientifically called “Anorgasmia.” The causes and solutions for PE are still being studied, however, the healthcare professional is making advances that may soon help men of all ages. There are two types of premature ejaculation categories: lifelong and secondary. Lifelong PE is ejaculation that occurs within a minute of intercourse and secondary PE is similar to lifelong PE but it develops after a man has had intercourse without premature ejaculation. Both lifelong and secondary PE is usually associated with causes that include biological, psychological, anxiety issues, relationship problems, and erectile dysfunction. Other causes are related to testosterone hormonal changes, urological issues and most commonly, changes in the nervous system that supplies blood to the penis.

At a given point in a sexually active man’s life, premature ejaculation must have occurred. Premature ejaculation refers to coming to orgasm too soon or too quickly, even before one’s partner has come to orgasm. This is an embarrassing moment, and very few men even want to address it when it occurs. In some other men, this trend of ejaculating too early becomes the norm of their sexual encounters. This if not addressed early can cause serious self-esteem issues and make a man hide his iniquities. It is for that reason recommended that one works towards curing premature ejaculation.

To get a permanent and long-lasting solution to premature ejaculation, it is important to study and see what the actual cause of the condition is. There are two main causes that have been linked to this. One of the causes is physical while the other is emotional causes. Understanding the cause of the condition is paramount if a solution is to be found. This helps both parties work together to find a solution while further cementing the bond of intimacy between a couple.

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How to cure Premature Ejaculation Problems Naturally?

Below are some of the most effective ways through which one can deal with premature ejaculation.

Breathing

A lot of people tend to underestimate the value of breathing and the positive value it brings. Deep breathing not only helps work on sexual arousal, but it can help ease tension in the body, thus making one less tense when engaging in sex. This calm helps one enjoy sex more as well as the last longer. It is recommended that one should try to have deep breaths which emanate from the belly as opposed to short breaths when being intimate. Short breathing has been shown to trigger fast heartbeats and thus blood moves around the body faster, making one ejaculate faster. It is also highly advisable that you also talk to your partner so that they can join in the breathing technique. This has been shown to result in very powerful orgasms.

Start-stop method

Another way to naturally control premature ejaculation is to try out the start-stop method. This is a simple method that one starts out through masturbating individually. As one comes closer to orgasm, they stop all arousal and let go of the sexual organ. After giving the organ time to rest, they start again as they come closer to orgasm. This method is a great one as it trains a person when to pull out and take a break if they do feel as if they are almost “coming.” Progressive use of the start-stop method is bound to bring about greater control and thus increase pleasure for all.

Squeeze

This is yet another method that can help to naturally avoid premature ejaculation. IN this method, one is expected to start engaging in sex. During sex, when the guy feels like coming to orgasm, they pull out and squeeze on the head of the penis which desensitizes the penis and thus makes them last longer in bed. So as to avoid miscommunication, it is highly advisable that one communicates to their partner on what they are doing. As one squeezes the penis head, on one hand, they can still be engaging the woman in foreplay so that they do not feel left out.

Kegels

These are exercises that help exercise the Pubococcygeus muscles. Contrary to popular belief, these do not only exercise to be done by women but rather men as well. In exercising the Pelvic floor muscles, you are able to gain control over your ejaculation. To identify the PC muscle, try stopping the flow of urine midstream. The muscle that is responsible for this is the muscle that needs to be exercised. The beauty of it is that the muscle can be exercised discreetly when you get a spare minute or two, be it on the commute to work, during work, or even when at home. Regular practice of these muscles in time leads to strong and long-lasting erections which every woman desires.

Medical Intervention

In cases where all else fails, medical intervention may be the only option left. There are numerous options to choose from depending on what is isolated as the cause of the condition. The downside of using pharmaceuticals is that in most cases, there are accompanying side effects. These side effects may vary depending on the drug recommended, the dosage administered and the time frame they are used. Some of these side effects vary from mild to extreme. One great product that can be used for patients with premature ejaculation is Biomanix which is based on natural products, hence does not come with numerous side effects. Irrespective of the method chosen to combat premature ejaculation, it is important to note that consistency in using the method is the key to success and getting a permanent solution.

Tips and Tricks to Delay Premature Ejaculation

Due to the emotional nature of PE in men, there are many tips and tricks that have been formulated to delay ejaculation. The most popular tricks are the “start and stop,” and the “squeeze” techniques. However, there are many other tips and tricks to delay ejaculation in men, some that include:

  1. Longer Foreplay: Longer foreplay can help delay a man’s ejaculation if he is intent on pleasing his partner first, rather than himself. Longer foreplay for men, can not only improve his relationship, but it can help decrease his own frustrations and his performance anxieties. The less pressure that men feel during foreplay, the less likely they are to continue to suffer from premature ejaculation.
  2. Condoms: The health industry highly supports using a condom, but for different reasons, other than ED. When men wear a condom to delay PE, they receive less stimulation which goes a long way in decreasing early ejaculation.
  3. Sexual Positions: Trying different sexual positions has been proven to help delay premature ejaculation because some positions provide more control than others and this position can help to delay ejaculation. Okay, you want to know these positions, don’t you! Here goes – sit facing each other with your legs stretching behind each other. This position has no thrusting, only the man or his partner are rotating their hips in unison. This effect is very pleasurable, especially for women, as her G-spot is being pressed and the partner is caressing her face and is kissing her. Another position involves a man on his back and his partner sits on top and controls the sexual intimacy. These positions help to keep a man sexually entertained and he is not concentrating on a quick release.
  4. Fleshlights: Fleshlights are male sex toy masturbators. It is designed for penetration and contains a flesh-like material that is part of its inner sleeve. It is fashioned to look like an oversized flashlight and has proven to be a safe tool.
  5. Perineum Convergence: Perineum convergence is a sexual technique that requires the use of fingers to apply pressure against the perineum. Both men and women have perineum, but in men, it is the area between the scrotum and the anus and in women, it is the area between the bottom of the vaginal opening and the anus. When a man receives applied firm pressure against his perineum, it will suppress ejaculating sperm. For men, massaging the perineum provides external stimulation of the prostate and the base of the penis, which is very pleasurable.

Conclusion

Premature ejaculation is not a disease, but it does affect men of all ages, because of varying reasons. To defeat premature ejaculation, it will require men, to learn how to control their ejaculatory reflexes. With practice and patience, men over time can learn the right procedures to control early ejaculation. Earlier studies in premature ejaculation concentrated on men controlling their penis, as a method to stop PE. However, advanced clinical trials and research have concluded that it’s the brain that controls a man’s sexual performance, rather than blaming it all on the penis.

Men must learn how to control their mind and they must learn to let go of things in their environment that causes stress and anxiety. Of course, a change of lifestyle habits also helps if PE is caused by varying medical conditions. Also, exercising and strengthening the pubococcygeus muscle is a common help in treating premature ejaculation. The pubococcygeus muscle is located within a man’s pelvic floor and is responsible for controlling ejaculation. When you strengthen this muscle, it helps a man gain control over an early release.

About the Author: Erwin Chino

Erwin has been a men's health writer and consultant for last 10 years. He has completed Master of Sexology from New York University, co-founder, and editor of Best Suggestor. Contributing Writer at Men's Health Magzine, examine.com, WebMD etc. Erwin has a past full of sports activity basketball, baseball, football, track, cross country, and tennis. He has published a novels, which feature a strong female protagonist: An Improbable Cause and Avalon. Dr. Erwin resides with his family in Texas, USA... “Work out. Eat well. Travel often.”

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