Premature Ejaculation: A Man's Guide


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Ejaculation is controlled by the central nervous system. Men are stimulated by signals sent from the spinal cord to the brain. When they reach a certain level of excitement, signals from the reproductive organs are sent to your brain. This causes sperm to be ejected from the penis.

In one study, men who suffered from premature ejaculation were treated six times during behavioral therapy, two to three times a week. After this treatment, the men had significant improvements in ejaculation latency.

With sufficient exercise and achieving muscle memory, the process becomes easier, and the problem of PEDs improves with a commitment to pelvic floor muscle training.

Premature ejaculation is a medical condition that is nobody's fault, but dealing with it can be the best way forward. Talking about it with a partner and taking the first steps to deal with it is crucial to beat him.

As frustrating as premature ejaculation maybe, men should be careful to remember the classic tale of the tortoise and the hare.

There are techniques and methods that men can try to help with premature ejaculation. This includes the squeeze technique and the squeeze technique to control the orgasm. Squeeze techniques help men to recognize the sensations of an orgasm and learn to control it. Learn more here how this works.

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