Premature Ejaculation Treatment

Different types of premature ejaculation treatment

Stave off premature ejaculation by checking this out.

Stave off premature ejaculation by checking this out.

If you’re anything like most men, I’m pretty sure that lasting for as long as you can during lovemaking is no doubt the top item in your bedroom checklist.

Besides ensuring that you’ll knock her socks off with an overload of pleasurable sensations while the action’s hot, you’re also in for a lot of enjoyment as you go along.

But the problem is you’re simply noticing that you’re coming way sooner than you’d like to when things get hot between the sheets these days and it’s already getting you anxious.

Unlike what a lot of guys mistakenly believe, though, premature ejaculation isn’t about how old you are or perhaps some other reason given by so-called “sex gurus” who simply segue to artificial products like pills, creams and gels.

Make sure you read on to find out some possible reasons why you’re coming too soon these days…

Your negative stress levels are through the roof.

Now while negative stress is a normal part of life, experiencing too much of it at once is going to promote a surge of stress hormones in the body.

Apart from disrupting the function of their positive counterparts, which can significantly affect your ability to get rock hard on demand and get your libido going, having an excessive amount of these negative hormones also stimulates your body to trigger its orgasmic and ejaculatory responses earlier than it should.

Make it a point to properly take care of your negative stress levels to prevent them from wreaking havoc sooner or later.

You’re too excited.

Sure it’s inevitable to get a bit excited when things get hot in the bedroom, but getting too excited already leads to problems lasting long during lovemaking.

See, your body experiences a surge in positive hormones when you’re sexually aroused. They are needed to prep you up for sex like picking up your heart and breathing rates as well as directing blood to the erectile tissues in the penis.

Having too much of them in your body already triggers your sexual peak sooner than it should and you’ll just find yourself popping off earlier than schedule in the bedroom.

Remember to hold your horses when you and your partner are already getting frisky in bed and you’re good to go.

You don’t masturbate in a regular basis.

Masturbation is actually more than experiencing sexual pleasure by your lonesome. Click here to learn how it can help you become a better lover.


You're sure to "take matters into your own hands" more often when you read this.

You’re sure to “take matters into your own hands” more often when you read this.

Chances are you’re already quite familiar with masturbation.

Besides being one of the most pleasurable activities that you can do even without your partner, making it a habit to “attack the one-eyed purple-headed warrior” and “call in the secret service” also has a lot of cool benefits that you’re sure to find really interesting.

Make sure you follow along to find out what these are…

Masturbation makes you feel happier.

Let’s start things off with a benefit of masturbation that you’ll surely appreciate right off the bat.

See, your body goes through a surge of positive hormones like dopamine and oxytocin when you masturbate. These hormones also linger for a bit after you achieve orgasm and come.

Apart from making your skin, especially in and around the erogenous zones, more sensitive to stimulation, these positive hormones also help boost your feelings of excitement and happiness, which usually happens after your masturbation session is over.

This is the reason why masturbation is a proven stress reliever.

Masturbation helps prevent prostate cancer.

According to a number of clinical studies, masturbation helps clear out toxins and other unwanted things in the prostate area that can lead to health issues and even cancer in the long run if allowed to accumulate.

Masturbating frequently prevents these toxins from building up inside you and helps keep your overall wellness up to par.

Now how about that? Masturbation keeps you in great shape and staves off prostate cancer, too.

Masturbation helps keep erectile dysfunction at bay.

When you masturbate, you are basically “practicing” achieving strong and lasting erections. And according to the popular maxim, practice makes perfect, right?

This is because you are stimulating the erectile tissues in the penis to absorb the ideal amount of blood they need to firm up and achieve quality erections. The more you do it, the easier and quicker it will be for these tissues to get ready for action.

With an activity as pleasurable as masturbation, you’d never want to miss out on this “practice” as well.

(And it can also help prevent premature ejaculation while we’re on the subject.)

Masturbation prevents anxiety and other maladies.

Like we’ve touched on earlier, masturbation helps release lots and lots of positive hormones like oxytocin, dopamine as well as endorphins that boost your overall disposition.

Having ample amounts of these in the body not only helps you stay happy, but also safe from panic attacks and even problems with the circulation.

The next time you feel down, try masturbating. You’ll be just surprised with the results.

So do you pop too soon these days?

So do you pop too soon these days?

I’m pretty sure that lasting for as long as you can during lovemaking is a top priority in your sexual checklist.

Apart from guaranteeing that the woman you’re getting in action between the sheets with is going to have her mind blown and even experience a toe-curling orgasm or two while at it, you’re also setting yourself up for an amazing time as well.

But the problem is you’re simply noticing that you’re coming way sooner than you’d like to in the bedroom these days.

There’s no need to reach for pills, gels, injections and other artificial stuff that claim to help extend your bedroom playing time just yet, though.

Make sure you read on to learn some things that you may be overlooking that are causing you to come a lot sooner during sex…

Don’t allow yourself to get really nervous.

Now while knowing that you’re going to get some sexy action in bed will definitely get you pumped, allowing yourself to become rather worried that you won’t be able to give your partner the sexual satisfaction she wants can actually trigger premature ejaculation.

This is because it will promote a surge of stress hormones in the body that will disrupt its normal activation of its orgasmic and ejaculatory responses, which will lead to your coming sooner during sex.

(This can be also applied to boost your chances of acing a first date, too.)

Prioritize her sexual pleasure over yours.

If you’re like most guys, chances are penetrating your partner sexually is one of the highlights you’re looking forward to during sex. However, some men tend to get carried away when they start doing so, which leads to premature ejaculation sooner or later.

When you’re already in the act, always keep in mind that it’s the woman’s sexual pleasure that you should be aiming for or else you’ll pop sooner than you’d like to. Remembering to go slow and easy is a must, too.

Practice makes perfect.

Interestingly, you come when your body activates its orgasmic and ejaculatory responses. This happens when you reach your sexual peak during lovemaking, which can be somehow tricky to spot.

But did you know that you can easily know when your body reaches its sexual peak by masturbating in a regular basis?

This is because your body simply experiences the same things that it goes through during lovemaking, but the only difference is you don’t have a partner to rock and roll with in bed.

Rock her world during sex with these tips!

Rock her world during sex with these tips!

When it comes to sex, I’m betting that one of your biggest priorities is blowing your lover’s mind with an orgasm or two during the action.

Apart from making your partner experience loads of toe-curling pleasurable sensations, she will also be more excited to have a go at it between the sheets with you if she’s sure to have a Big O each and every time.

However, a lot of guys seem to mistakenly believe that making a beeline to the clitoris and stimulating it like there’s no tomorrow is the key to giving a woman an orgasm.

Sure doing this will produce some pleasurable sensations, but they will be mostly awkward and will become rather uncomfortable sooner or later.

So if you’re looking to boost your chances of giving your lover an orgasm, here are some simple ways that you should keep in mind…

Prep up her mind first.

Unlike what most men think, foreplay doesn’t begin when you stimulate your lover’s erogenous zones. You can actually kick things off outside the bedroom by exciting her mind.

Besides calling her up unexpectedly for a quick, kinky chat or sending her text messages detailing graphic descriptions of what you’ll do to her as soon as you two get alone, you can also leave risqué notes in places she’s sure to find them.

Tease her erogenous zones.

Now while pleasuring your partner’s erogenous zones is a must to give her an orgasm, immediately zeroing in on them as soon as you get the chance won’t cut it. Start things off by stimulating the areas around them first.

Apart from properly firing up her erogenous zones so they will produce the ideal amounts of pleasurable sensations, you’ll also intensify the surge of positive hormones in her body even more leading to higher chances of orgasm for her.

Put her pleasure first before yours.

Keep in mind that your partner’s pleasure should be on top of your sexual checklist before yours. Don’t let yourself get carried away when you’re already sexually penetrating her. Vary your thrusts. Mix things up.

Always remember that if your lover feels that she’s going to have an amazing time when you’re already at it between the sheets, she will be more excited to have sex with you.

(Now we’ve got that covered, here’s a key tip to make sure that you will always get rock hard on demand.)