Has it happened to you in any of your sexual relations that you have ejaculated before you should? Don't worry, it's a more frequent sexual problem than you think.
One in three men say they experience this problem at some time, and many other men do not want to admit it, even if they suffer from it.
They consider it a taboo or they are embarrassed to talk about it, because they consider that it diminishes their virility. And no further from reality, not because you are faster you lose your masculinity. Know that the speed of ejaculation increases the chances of reproduction.
If it happens to you infrequently, it is not a cause for concern. However, in this post we clarify some of the basic doubts.
What are the symptoms of premature ejaculation?
The main symptom of premature ejaculation is the inability to delay ejaculation for more than a minute and it occurs frequently, both during sexual intercourse and during masturbation.
The causes of premature ejaculation can be:
- biological: alteration in the sensitivity of brain serotonin receptors or infections in the urinary tract and/or prostate.
- psychological: stress, anxiety or depression.
- additives: consumption of alcohol, tobacco or drugs.
- Social: fear of pregnancy, of being ridiculous or of not "living up" to the circumstances.
Treatment of premature ejaculation
Although many men are embarrassed to talk about it, premature ejaculation is a common condition that can be treated.
Medications, counseling, and sexual techniques that delay ejaculation, or a combination of these, can help improve sex lives for you and your partner.
Perform daily exercises and don't neglect your diet: run away from saturated fats and become a fan of watermelon, garlic and pomegranate. They will help you receive more blood flow to your penis, improving the quality of the erection.
Remember that avoiding sex is not the solution. Talk about it normally with your partner, since understanding and dialogue are key. It can help if you spend more time on foreplay and not jump right into intercourse.
If your partner is a woman, think that some of them have no problem with premature ejaculation, nor do they feel dissatisfied, since what they really like is not intercourse, but the stimulation of the clitoris.
Proper breathing during intercourse is essential, so take a deep breath and take 10 slow, deep breaths before you begin.
You can also try Kegel exercises, aimed at strengthening the pelvic muscles. They consist of the contraction and relaxation of these muscles in intervals of five seconds and successively and experts recommend doing them at least 30 times each day, without exceeding 100 repetitions. With them you will learn to control the muscles that influence and control ejaculation.
Stop feeling anxious or frustrated, because anxiety makes the problem worse.
Put negative thoughts out of your mind, relax and enjoy.
And if it doesn't work, take a step forward and go to a specialist doctor to rule out a biological cause.
Take care, man.