How to Stop Early Ejaculation During Sex – What Are the Causes of PE

Many researchers originally thought that the causes of premature ejaculation were due to early conditioning. Early conditioning works on a psychological basis of classic conditioning, when you were young or when you first started to masturbate you would do it as fast as you could to reach the end. By doing this your body then, apparently, learnt that this is the w it should act and therefore the issue becomes learnt.

However, more recent research has suggested that this is actually only one of the many possibilities that lead to early ejaculation. Therefore, if you did not have the classic conditioning issue then you can not re condition yourself to learn how to stop early ejaculation during sex. The more recent research suggests that anxiety may be a cause, unfortunately it is, in a way, a negative state model. By this is mean that you may have a negative experience during sex or even before actually penetration and then you were told or you told yourself that you were no good. Once you told yourself this, you would go into denyal and start searching terms like: premature ejaculation solutions, stop premature ejaculation, premature ejaculation control techniques, how to stop early ejaculation during sex, (get the point yet?) stop premature ejaculation naturally and so on. Then once you tried out those methods you found and failed you again told your self you are not good enough, reinforcing negative feelings and lowering your own confidence. By doing this you therefore became anxious and anxiety leads to premature ejaculation and so on goes the circle.

However, before you start pointing at the screen screaming that’s what it is there are many other possibilities. For example some research has put the problem down to under developed PC muscles. In this case you need to train the muscles of the penis by doing kegal exercises (tensing and un tensing the muscle that tops the flow of urine). Research in this are found that in some, but again, not all participants this lead to a longer sex session.

And the final issue that researchers have actually only recently found is that it may just simply be an incurable problem… Luckily there was someone who apparently made a cure. In 2000, a clinical trial of a new technique for treating premature ejaculation was published in the medical press. It was developed at St George’s Hospital, London, and involved wearing a slightly constricting ring below the head of the penis for 30 minutes each day. The theory was it would make the organ less sensitive. However, there has been no proof of this yet and there is little to no evidence anything on this method is still being done. Don’t attempt any constriction techniques like this by yourself using rubber bands etc, this is not safe, not proven, in fact there are not even results. Such a method should only be prescribed by an expert at a sexual problem clinic. It may or may not turn out to be useful in the future but the main thing to know is that it is not a useful cure at the moment and can cause more harm than good.



Source by Tyrone Campbell

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