Preventing Premature Ejaculation
Preventing Premature Ejaculation, When you experience an orgasm before intercourse or less than a minute into it, it is known as premature ejaculation (PE). There is no defined period of time during sex when a male should ejaculate, but if you do and then lose your erection, you and your partner can feel that there isn’t enough time to appreciate it.
It might be annoying and even embarrassing, but it’s a problem that many guys deal with. 30% to 40% of people experience it at some point throughout their lives. Therefore, remember that if it only occurs occasionally, it is nothing to be concerned about.
The exact cause is unknown. But at least a portion of the cause might be your brain chemistry. Men who have lower quantities of the brain chemical serotonin typically ejaculate more quickly.
Emotional aspects may be important:
insecurity or a negative body image
apprehension regarding your sexual prowess
negative emotions (sexual suppression) toward the concept of sex
Home remedies and treatments for premature ejaculation
95 percent of men benefit from behavioral approaches that reduce ejaculation.
Pause and restart:When you or your partner begin to feel like having an orgasm, you have stimulated your penis. Put an end to the arousal for around 30 seconds, or until the sensation goes away. Before you ejaculate, restart the stimulation and repeat it three or four more times.
The Squeeze:It works the same way as the start and stop method. But, when you feel like you’re reaching orgasm, you or your partner squeezes the head of your penis until you lose the erection. Repeat this a few times before ejaculating.
Strengthen your muscles:Weak pelvic floor muscles sometimes contribute to PE. Kegel exercises may help strengthen them. Find the right muscles to tighten by stopping your urine in midstream. Hold them tight for 3 seconds and then release them for 3 seconds. Do this 10 times, at least three times a day.