Learn More About Premature Ejaculation
Most frequent questions and answers premature ejaculation
Premature ejaculation is defined as an orgasm that occurs sooner then normal. What is considered normal varies widely among men however, so it is important to your partner about the issue. Occasional instances are common, however if you find this is a recurring issue prescription medication can help.
The main three methods for treating premature ejaculation include: Psychological therapy, behavioural therapy and medical therapy.
Psychological therapy is often used to reduce nervousness during sex and help find the source of issues whilst providing solutions to attempt to end premature ejaculation.
Behavioural therapy utilises certain exercises to train your body to not prematurely ejaculate. This can include the squeeze and stop-start methods.
Premature ejaculation is associated with serotonin levels, and therefore drugs such as Priligy are available to inhibit serotonin uptake, leading to increased sexual activity time.
Premature ejaculation can be caused by high amounts of serotonin. Psychological issues are also another common cause, including: lack of confidence, stress and relationship problems.
Most medication is related to serotonin levels when treating premature ejaculation. Drugs such as Priligy inhibit serotonin uptake, allowing for increased sexual activity before ejaculating.
Numbing creams or sprays are an alternative form of treatment.
Anyone can get premature ejaculation, it is often thought to be psychological. It can make your sex life less enjoyable, causing relationship impact; but as discussed, there are multiple ways to help treat premature ejaculation.