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Stop Premature Ejaculation – It Is All In Your Mind

The first time a man experiences premature ejaculation they often think it is a fluke. The environment or timing wasn’t just right. They were too drunk or high. The person they were with wasn’t doing it for them. Once it happens a few more times most men start thinking it must be related to a medical condition. They may start imagining the worse such as cancer in the testicles or some strange disease no one has ever heard of.

In fact, some men who suddenly start experiencing premature ejaculation hope that it is some medical condition just as long as it has a cure. The idea that the problem could be of their own fault or permanent is just too much to bear. The penis and ability to ejaculate is closely tied to that sense of manliness and strength that all males cherish. That’s why dealing with any type of dysfunction in this area of the body brings such strong reactions from most men.

The truth is, most men who suddenly start experiencing premature ejaculation do not have some rare disease or illness that is causing the problem. In many cases the problem is not physical at all. The penis is actually ready to function as normal. The problem is all in the head.

This is not true of every man who ever experiences premature ejaculation, but it is the case for many men. This is especially true for men who sometimes experience premature ejaculation but can hold off longer at other times. There is something different going on inside the head at times when they are able to hold off and times when they ejaculate prematurely.

The root of the problem is anxiety in many cases. Men who feel very tense and anxious during sexual intercourse can have a lot more difficulty sustaining intercourse without ejaculating. It could be just a normal sense of anxiety over the sexual act or it could be something about the situation making the man anxious. It could also be the person they are experiencing the moment with that makes them overly anxious or nervous.

Whatever the cause of the anxiety, a man is more likely to experience premature ejaculation when they are feeling very uptight and nervous during intercourse.

Men can also experience premature ejaculation when they become overly aroused. If a man is involved with someone who excites him more than usual or who is doing things he has never experienced before, then his penis can behave much like a virgin experiencing sexual intercourse for the very first time. Rather than sustaining an erection to enjoy the new pleasures, he becomes overly stimulated and is unable to sustain the activity for as long as he would like.

The first time premature ejaculation occurs it can be very difficult to handle. Men usually start thinking of anyone and everything else that could possibly be to blame. They may immediately try to have sex with the same partner again to prove that they can do it correctly. For some the second time is better, but for others the same problem may happen once again.

It is important to consider a mental connection when premature ejaculation becomes a problem. Even if it only occurs occasionally, there could be something in the head interfering with the functioning of the penis.

The tips above will not work if you ejaculate as soon as sex begins. Premature ejaculation is more than a bedroom problem… it will affect your relationship or your marriage. From a recent poll, we discovered that 80% of women asked, who admitted to being unfaithful to their husbands or boyfriends, said they betrayed their male partners because of their inability to satisfy them in bed due to premature ejaculation.

It is not a permanent condition, and you can stop it naturally. If you want to stop premature ejaculation permanently and enjoy sex like every man should, check out the bonus tip below.

Source by Crid Lee

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