No More Premature Ejaculation!
What exactly is premature ejaculation?
Premature ejaculation is simply defined as not being able to last long enough to satisfy a particular person. There is no specific length of time that classifies someone as having premature ejaculation. This is because the length of time a person needs to be sexually satisfied can vary, so a length of time satisfies one person might not work for the next. So in some situations you would have premature ejaculation while in others you may not.
For an example if you can last 5 minutes, and your partner only needs 3, you would not be prematurely ejaculating. However if you were with a women who needs 30 minutes, you would be.
Premature ejaculation is the most common sexual nuisance reported among men, even more than impotence. It affects 25%-40% of all men at some point in their lives. Premature ejaculation tends to be more common in younger men. This is mainly due to higher hormone levels which result in an increased libido.
It’s important to realize that premature ejaculation isn’t a disease or malfunction in the body. There is nothing physically wrong with you. Like I said ejaculation is simply a process in the body. Naturally your body tries to work in the most efficient manner as possible, this ensures reproduction and survival of our species. Basically, although we as men want to last longer to better satisfy our partner, our reproductive system could care less and is more worried about reproduction.
You can last as long as you want in bed.
What causes premature ejaculation?
Premature ejaculation can be caused by a number of factors. In a nut shell, it happens because you are unable to control your ejaculatory response. There are many different functions that take place in the body and together they result in the the whole arousal-ejaculation process. Many of these functions can be controlled and regulated if you become aware of them and understand them.
Here are some other causes of premature ejaculation.
- Excessive masturbation with the intention to reach climax quickly. This causes a habit forming response in the body.
- Inability to handle prolonged stimulation (oversensitivity).
- Inability to control sexual arousal.
- The ‘survival of the fittest’ response makes your body want to reproduce, therefore encouraging early ejaculation.
- Anxiety, typically referred to as performance anxiety.
- Lack of confidence.
- Hormonal imbalance.
- A long period of abstinence.
- Lack of experience. Not just in terms sex, but of actually trying to control ejaculation.
Figuring out what’s causing your premature ejaculation is the first step to curing it. Once you find the cause you can start working on the solution. However, understanding how the whole ejaculation process works and how to control it should be your main goal.
The effects of premature ejaculation
Premature ejaculation can become a major heart breaker if not dealt with. Two people can be madly in love but if there is no spice in the bedroom than chances are it won’t last. If you’re with somebody right now that you truly care about, and feel that your premature ejaculation is on the verge of ruining your relationship, I highly recommend you make overcoming premature ejaculation your first priority. It’s sad to see good relationships and marriages get destroyed by a preventable and controllable problem.
Not being able to satisfy a women can also have an effect on you mentally as well. A lack of confidence and self esteem can develop if the problem persists to long without attention. The repetitive failure can be really hard on a man’s confidence and overall happiness throughout life.
One of the biggest effects of premature ejaculation is the downward spiral effect it can have on a man. By this I mean that the problem get’s worse after every encounter. It can get to the point where you fear sex (performance anxiety) or even to the point where you flat out avoid it because you can’t endure any more embarrassment.
Sexual satisfaction is a huge part of life-long-happiness whether you’re in a relationship or not. If premature ejaculation has been consistently bothering you, I suggest you take charge now before it get’s out of hand. Trust me, you can overcome this problem if you put in the effort.
Solutions that are available
In response to this problem there have been many products to hit the market. Everything from pills, creams, gadgets, and books with methods & information can be found both online and off. The real question is whether or not these are effective, and if so which options deliver the best results. Listed below are the solutions currently available to help with premature ejaculation.
Vigrx Delay Spray – These work by desensitizing the penis. The chemicals in these products have a numbing effect on the skin. Typically these creams can help control ejaculation because it takes away sensation.
How long does it take to learn ejaculation control?
This seems to vary by the person, but usually within one week up to a couple months to learn total control. A number of factors can influence how long it takes you. If you have the wrong information it could take a lot longer, while the right information will obviously make things faster and easier. Another factor could be how willing and motivated you are to overcome this.
As with anything, determination, ambition, and confidence will help you achieve your goals. If you put your mind to it and start studying up, you should be able to overcome premature ejaculation within a month.