Premature Ejaculation occurs when man orgasms during intercourse sooner than he or his partner wishes. Premature ejaculation is a common complaint. It is only rarely caused by a physical or structural problem. Premature ejaculation early in a relationship is most often caused by anxiety and over stimulation. Other psychological factors such as guilt may also be relevant. The condition usually improves without formal treatment. Ejaculation happens before the individual or couple would like (prematurely). This may range from before penetration to a point just after penetration, and may leave the couple feeling unsatisfied.
Causes of Premature Ejaculation
The probable causes for premature ejaculation:
1. Anxiety during the first experience of sex. Some men will develop a longer-term anxiety toward sex, which can cause a prolonged experience with premature ejaculation.
2. A long period of abstinence from sex.
3. Younger men tend to ejaculate more quickly than older men, as experience seems to be associated with ejaculatory control.
4. Depression or anxiety about poor sexual performance
5. Anxiety due to anticipation of Rejection by partner.
6. Anticipation of failure to satisfy his partner
Stop Premature Ejaculation
Get regular exercise. A healthy body just functions better, so get regular exercise to increase cardiovascular health and blood flow. Having a healthy physique also helps with some of the mental aspects of premature ejaculation by increasing your confidence and self-esteem.
Breathe. The sensation of penetration may be all it takes for your body to start the ejaculation process. If this sounds like you, you need to slow down and breathe. After insertion, just breathe and let your body feel the sensations before you add movement and friction.
Involve your partner. Whatever you do, talk to your partner, especially if you want to try something new so you can last longer. Being open with your partner can help remove some of your stress and you can experiment together, which brings the fun back into the bedroom.
Practice meditation for control. Control is part mental, so consider deep breathing and meditation exercises to increase your overall control.
Try kegel exercises for men. Kegel exercises strengthen the pelvic muscles and have been recommended for women for decades, but few realize the same option exists for men. These exercises involve tightening the pelvic muscles and holding them several times a day until the muscles are stronger and you have greater control.
Invest time in foreplay. If your premature ejaculation is just a matter of being unable to last as long as your woman, don’t stress. Women generally take longer to reach orgasm than men. You can help her along by spending more time with foreplay before the main event.
Practice. Extending your ability to last will take practice. Build your muscle
Control and mental control through masturbation if you are too nervous to work with your partner. Instead of masturbating for a quick release, draw out the process and that will teach you how to control ejaculation. Practice your control when you are alone and you will be able to use that control when your partner joins you.
Filed Under: Sexual Health, Problems and Satisfaction in Men