One of the most common sexual disorders in men is premature ejaculation (PE).  Now a new study new conducted at the University of Zurich, reveals that it is not just the man who suffers as a result, women also suffer from increased psychological strain and stress. The women indicated that ejaculation control is very important for satisfactory intercourse. The main source of sexual frustration by the majority of women is not the short duration of the act of lovemaking but that the man is focused too strongly on delaying ejaculation. Consequently, he disregards the sexual needs of the woman and is unable to satisfy her desires.

 

According to the women polled, satisfying sex does not only involve sexual intercourse, but also comprises kissing, caressing and other forms of sexual stimulation, which are considered equally important. As a result, if the man is preoccupied with delaying premature ejaculation, her needs are ignored. Ultimately the woman becomes anxious and frustrated. Ultimately the entire relationship may be called into question as a result. The sexual act in itself serves for the woman, as a means to establish and experience intimacy and a commitment to the relationship. While the man’s PE may be exasperating the more problematic issue is her partner's inattention towards the other sexual essentials.

 

Men who suffer from PE can follow these tips to help combat the problem:

Meditate: Deep breathing is a method of meditation that helps to control arousal that leads in turn to early ejaculation. Men should avoid shallow, short breathing, which speeds up the heartbeat and can trigger PE.

 

Stop & Start Method: For this to work a guy should practice while masturbating by bringing himself close to orgasm then stopping before orgasm. After relaxing for about 30-60 seconds, bring himself towards arousal again but stopping before climaxing. He should continue doing so until he can’t hold it any longer. After numerous practice runs, he should be able to exert more control over his arousal.

 

The Squeeze Method: Similar to the Stop & Start this one is designed to reduce the man’s erection through squeezing. To do it; squeeze the base of the penis when he is at the brink of orgasm.

 

Kegels: Kegels aren’t exclusively for women. This method helps to strengthen the pelvic region by creating a strong pubococcygeus muscle (PC muscle), which can help to control ejaculation. The way to practice is to try to stop the flow of urine when you go to the bathroom. To do Kegels, quickly clench and release the PC muscle repeatedly for ten seconds. Do three sets, with a ten-second break between sets.

 

Tantric Techniques: Like kegels, this makes use of controlling the PC muscle. Here is how it works; At the point of nearing orgasm the man should cease stimulation or pull out, then contract the PC muscle and lower his chin to his chest. This is the tantric technique part – its important to lower the chin to prevent energy from rising too high and making him feel unbalanced. After lowering the chin, he should breathe in deeply and feel the sexual energy rise upwards in his body. Repeat as needed, until the desire to climax subsides.

 

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