Common Underlying Causes of Premature Ejaculation
Premature Ejaculation (PE) is an extremely common sexual problem. According to a survey, more than 40% of males experience it at some point in their lives. The most obvious symptom of premature ejaculation is the ability to delay ejaculation for longer than a minute after intercourse. But the difficulty may also occur during masturbation, regardless of sexual positions.
If you feel that your ability to ejaculate before you or your partner would like is getting better, but you still can’t remain “in control”, there are some natural solutions and also premature ejaculation treatment for PE that may help. Continue reading to discover what these are and how to use them to gain better control over yourself and have stronger and longer-lasting orgasms.
One of the main reasons why males have premature ejaculation is due to weak and inexperienced sphincters. This muscle is also known as the PC muscle. As we all know, this muscle is responsible for “startling” the semen out of the duct during ejaculation. Through constant practice, it becomes easier and more effective for a man to control this muscle and ejaculates only when he wants to. For many men, this problem is worsened by weak and inexperienced PC muscles. Through kegel exercises, you can strengthen your PC muscle and make it stronger and more effective in delaying ejaculation.
Besides weak PC muscles, other causes of premature ejaculation include psychological causes and anxiety. Psychological causes are commonly caused by stress, depression, fatigue and other “hard” conditions. In these cases, self-hypnosis can help you calm your nerves and focus more on pleasure. While doing so, it increases your endurance, increases your sexual stamina and helps your pelvic muscles to respond more responsively.
On the other hand, anxiety is often caused by many men feel threatened by their partner during lovemaking. Fear, excitement, and arousal can trigger rapid ejaculation in many men feel out of control or insecure. It makes them want to ejaculate sooner. This can be treated with cognitive-behavior therapy.
Another possible cause of premature ejaculation includes the impact period, which is the time from starting an erection to when it stops. Most men who suffer from erectile dysfunction experience the impact period, between when they begin having erections and when they are able to ejaculate. Sometimes, the impact period is shorter than others and there is a delay in ejaculating. This effect is described as the “pulling in” of the penis during erection. Since pulling in is normal during erection, this condition may not be serious, but it can lead to further complications if not treated.
Peyronie’s disease is another possible cause of premature ejaculation. The disorder occurs from a buildup of scar tissue, usually caused by the presence of fibrous material on nerve cells. This can be treated surgically. Many men with Peyronie’s disease have no other associated disorders, so their only option is to undergo surgical treatment. Peyronie’s disease is sometimes called “penis warts” because the scarring typically occurs on the shaft of the penis, near the head of the penis.
Premature Ejaculation has many causes, both physical and psychological. It’s important to find out what causes your premature ejaculation so that you can find ways to stop it. Here are 5 common causes of premature ejaculation, including other more uncommon causes that also deserve a closer look.
Age: There are a lot of myths about the connection between age and premature ejaculation. The truth is that there is usually no connection between age and the ability to perform sexually. Premature ejaculation usually occurs when men are in their forties or older. If you are concerned that this may be a factor in your sex life, see your doctor. Otherwise, try to focus on the enjoyable aspects of sexual relationships and try to postpone having children until a later age.
Size And Control: Some men think that the size of their penis is the major factor in their ability to perform during intercourse and prevent premature ejaculation. The size of one’s penis definitely does not affect how long a man can last during intercourse, although having a large penis does allow you to reach orgasm faster than a smaller man. A study conducted in 1990 by Canadian researchers concluded, “The relative size of the male penis has no relationship to the duration or magnitude of orgasm”.
Rapid Orgasm: If you are having intercourse and suddenly ejaculate before your partner would like you to, she will probably notice and feel it. This can lead to feelings of embarrassment and insecurity. She may even pull her clothes off herself and punish you for your lack of skill during sex. Instead, slow down when it comes to thrusting and ensure that you give her pleasure throughout instead of simply “wiping out” before she has reached an orgasm.
Defeating Premature Ejaculation: Unfortunately, there is no pill on the market that can “cure” premature ejaculation. However, there are certain techniques that you can employ to both delay ejaculation and increase the amount of time during which you reach orgasm. Using a combination of these techniques, you can delay ejaculatory response and satisfy your partner. This will ultimately increase your confidence levels and your libido.