Hi to all members in this forum...
Anyone here suffering from premature ejaculation and make your sex not interesting anymore....
Well first know some info. about PE.
premature ejaculation also known as rapid ejaculation, or by the latin term ejaculation praecox, is the most common sexual problem in men, characterized by a lack of voluntary control over ejaculation.
Here are some causes of it:
1. Psychological factors also commonly contribute to premature ejaculation. While men sometimes underestimate the relationship between sexual performance and emotional well-being, premature ejaculation can be caused by temporary depression, stress over financial matters, unrealistic expectations about performance, a history of sexual repression, or an overall lack of confidence. Interpersonal dynamics strongly contribute to sexual function, and premature ejaculation can be caused by a lack of communication between partners, hurt feelings, or unresolved conflicts that interfere with the ability to achieve emotional intimacy.
2. Extreme levels of arousal caused by the overproduction of sex hormones. Simply stated - hormones control "everything" that happens during a sexual performance - from the erection to the ejaculation! A normal ejaculation occurs when sexual excitement triggers glands, located inside your body, to begin a slow release of chemicals (hormones) into your blood stream. The slow release of these hormones tells your brain to gently stimulate the nerves at the glans (head of your penis). As you become more and more sexually excited, your body produces more and more of these hormones. The sensitivity becomes greater and greater until you reach the point at which time you ejaculate. Under normal circumstances the production of hormone is gradual and a man has the ability to control the sensations of sex. "over stimulated". The head of the penis becomes so sensitive that you ejaculate almost immediately. There is absolutely no control.
3. Some physical illnesses, such as a prostate infection, are also known to induce premature ejaculation. In other instances, premature ejaculation is caused by a physical injury that affects the nervous system. Certain medications, such as cold medications containing pseudoephedrine, also cause premature ejaculation. Sexual dysfunction is a common symptom of psychiatric afflictions ranging from bipolar disorder to post-traumatic stress disorder.
Depending on severity, chronic premature ejaculation can be significantly reduced, or completely cured. Most sex therapists prescribe a series of exercises to enable the man to gain ejaculatory control. While the exercises are intended for men who suffer from premature ejaculation, other men can use the exercises to enhance their sex lives.
Numerous treatments, often used in combination, are available to improve premature ejaculation.
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just a question. in senario #2 above would it then be possible to get on the other side of the curve ,so to speak, by having intercourse several times in succession to try to deplete the production of said hormones? and by doing that would it not calm the brain and reduce the production at the same time? all in the name of science, of course!
I suffered from severe PE too, until i did the program at Sexual Master It's about tantric exercises and meditation and worked wonders for me. So, just wanted to letting you know... I actually also mastered to have multiple orgasms now & that's freakin awesome! And i can-prolong ejaculation now as long as i want. No PE no more! You gotta try that!
Thanks for taking the time to discuss this, I feel strongly about information and love learning more on this. If possible, as you gain expertise, It is extremely helpful for me. would you mind updating your blog with more information.
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