Premature ejaculation occurs when a man cums and ejaculates quickly during sex without the benefit of significant penile stimulation. Experts say that premature ejaculation can be caused by sexual performance anxiety, oedipal conflict, passive aggression, or lack of sex. Premature ejaculation can also be caused by psychological disorders or feelings of guilt, however these causes do not require medical treatment. In addition, premature ejaculation prevents men from satisfying their partner and causes a feeling of inferiority and a lack of self-confidence. Some doctors recommend taking antidepressants or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors to treat premature ejaculation problems. However, there are natural, simple and affordable solutions that can combat this problem.
The Start-Stop Method
1- The Start-Stop Method is a technique that allows you to train yourself to hold back your ejaculation. This technique can be used alone or in pairs. To apply it, you will need to follow three steps:
1. a) You must first stimulate your sexual desire. Your partner can help you with this, but you can also masturbate yourself.
1. b) When you feel like you are about to ejaculate, you will need to stop stroking yourself and practice holding back your ejaculation.
1. c) Finally, you will need to relax by breathing slowly and deeply.
When you feel able to control your emotions and move on, you will need to repeat these three steps. This method will allow you to better understand the functioning of your body, to better control it, to control your orgasms, to treat your problems of premature ejaculation and to improve your breathing techniques.
2- Kegel exercises are performed by repeatedly contracting and releasing the muscles of the pelvic floor in order to strengthen them. These exercises can treat problems of urinary incontinence and premature ejaculation but also increase the size of the erect penis and the intensity of erections. But before performing this exercise, you must properly locate your pelvic muscles. You can do this when you urinate in a sitting position, you just have to stop the flow of your urine by contracting your pelvic muscles, this movement also helps to strengthen them. Please follow the steps below to perform the exercise correctly:
1. a) Urinate to empty your bladder.
1. b) Contract your pelvic muscles for 10 seconds.
1. c) Relax your pelvic muscles for 10 seconds.
You should repeat these steps 10 times and perform this exercise 3 times a day.
The Pressure Method
3- The Pressure Method is also recommended to treat premature ejaculation problems. But some specialists say that this method requires a lot of practice, because it is important to know when to apply pressure and how to apply optimal pressure.
We advise you to follow these recommendations: During foreplay, you can ask your partner to press with two fingers on the crown of your glans (at the bottom of your glans and at the top of your penis). Your partner will then have to release the pressure, you will have to wait 20/30 seconds before continuing your foreplay. You will have to let your partner handle your genitals gently: your glans, your penis, your testicles, your perineum and your anus. This step is essential because it will allow you to understand how these different parts work during your sexual relations. When you feel like you're about to ejaculate, you'll need to ask your partner to put pressure on your penis again and release it when you've managed to control your orgasm. We advise you to perform this exercise three times a week.
4- You can also consult a psychologist or a sexologist to talk about your premature ejaculation problems. These specialists will be able to give you advice and solutions that will allow you to improve your sex life. Several factors can affect the quality of your sexual relations: unpleasant experiences, being teased, obsessive thoughts about the size of your penis, lack of confidence. These consultations can help you relax, talk about your anxieties, solve certain problems and fight against stress or depression. We advise you to ask your partner to accompany you in consultation because his presence can allow you to progress and improve your sex life together.