What You Should Know About Premature Ejaculation

It may be a hassle but it doesn’t have to be a problem!

Premature ejaculation happens to everyone at one time or another. In fact, the odds are pretty good that you don’t have anything to be concerned about unless you routinely ejaculate before penetration or within five minutes or so into intercourse.

And if you happen to fall into the latter category, don’t panic! Relax, read on and consider your alternatives because there is help out there for everyone who wants to improve his sexual performance.

Practice makes perfect

Experts agree that the only way to master the art of delayed ejaculation is by repeatedly being brought to orgasm.

Nearly 50 years ago, after years of clinical studies, Drs. William Masters and Virginia Johnson developed a technique that is still recommended today as the most effective means to control premature ejaculation.

The Masters and Johnson “squeeze technique” involves a number of steps that will ultimately condition a man to control his orgasmic urges. The conditioning begins with manual stimulation of the penis until there is a desire to ejaculate.

At that moment, the penis is squeezed just below the head to weaken the erection and delay orgasm. The technique is repeated until the man learns to control his ejaculation for longer and longer periods of time. Other steps in the technique including intercourse without movement, then movement by both partners until satisfactory delayed ejaculation is reached.

Masters and Johnson also recommend the stop and start method, which requires a sex partner to cease intercourse at intervals to allow those coping with premature ejaculation to recoup before continuing toward a climax. Both methods, as well as other helpful advice, are outlined in Masters and Johnson’s books, “Human Sexual Response,” “Human Sexual Inadequacy” and “Sex and Human Loving.”

Serotonin and Natural Solutions

MyHealthyPenis recognizes that the Masters and Johnson squeeze technique as the most effective method to overcome premature ejaculation, but also recommends that chronic premature ejaculation sufferers see a medical professional for advice.

However, we also realize that some men may find that a little help from Mother Nature is all they need to improve their ability to delay orgasm.

Natural substances that increase serotonin in the body have been reported to have positive effects on some men struggling with premature ejaculation. Serotonin is a chemical that acts as a neurotransmitter, relaying signals from one nerve cell to another, and affecting behavior in a variety of areas including moods, sex,

Chemical Solutions

You’ve likely heard the names before, but perhaps you didn’t realize that drugs such as Prozac and Zoloft not only control the mood swings of people suffering bipolar and other disorders but also are known to help some clients significantly delay ejaculation.

You can also ask your physician about exploring the use of low doses of these or similar antidepressants to address your premature ejaculation concerns and appetite.

Carbohydrates can increase serotonin levels. Cardamom can also increase the serotonin levels in your body. It can enable you to relax during intercourse, yet remain focused on maintaining an erection and delaying orgasm.

Although no clinical studies have been released, the herb cardamom is also said to have a positive impact on delaying ejaculation. Drinking milk that contains boiled cardamom and honey is a remedy that dates back to early Native Americans.

Staying healthy help

Keep in mind that although the penis is a pleasure tool, it is also just another part of the body. It operates on hormones, blood flow and muscular reaction just like the rest of your anatomy.

An erection is simply the result of increased blood flow into the penile tissue. According to a study of male sexual dysfunction by Columbia University College, the blood flow into the penile tissues during erection is about 11 times that of the flaccid penis.

Given that information, it is important that men experiencing penile dysfunction do their best to lead healthy lifestyles.

  • Don’t smoke
  • Drink alcohol in moderation
  • Eat sensibly
  • Exercise

Not smoking, drinking less alcohol, eating sensibly and exercising more will not only increase your overall circulation but also your sexual performance.

Another thing that can help is Max Performer. You can look it up on PER for more information on improving blood flow, libido, and energy leading to an enhanced bedroom experience.