End Premature Ejaculation Now!
The average time between penetration
during intercourse and ejaculation for a man who thinks of himself as a
premature ejaculator is only two and a half minutes. So, then, how long do
you think that men who say they are good lovers last before they
Is it possible that thirty seconds more vaginal thrusting really makes a man a better lover? It hardly seems likely, does it? The reality seems to be that it's all about perception - does the fact that you ejaculate so quickly matter to you, does it matter to your partner, and does it affect your sex life? Those are the real issues.
The truth is that most men would not really not care about how long they lasted during intercourse were it not for the demands of their partner - ideally they would like to surrender themselves to the warmth and wetness of their partner's vagina and ejaculate without any thought of thrusting for long enough to give her pleasure.
But there is little doubt that longer lasting intercourse can be more pleasurable for both the man and the woman - not least because if he can thrust for longer, she may be able to reach orgasm through stimulation of her G spot during intercourse. This is a wonderful experience for both partners.
The sad fact is that most couples don't
know about the power of the G spot and its capacity to give a woman a
vaginal orgasm. If you'd like to read more about it, you can do so here
how to have an orgasm during
In short, though, the thrusting of her lover's penis against her G-spot
during intercourse can take a woman to heights of pleasure that produce
long lasting orgasms consisting of waves of orgasmic bliss sweeping
through her body.
The first method is the squeeze technique, developed by Masters and Johnson in the 1960s. This consists of the man or his partner applying firm pressure to the shaft of the penis just below the coronal ridge when he feels the urge to ejaculate developing.
The squeeze technique distracts the man by providing counter stimulation to the urge to ejaculate: it often causes a slight loss of erection, as well as a reduction in the desire to ejaculate. It's an effective way of controlling ejaculation, although the timing of the squeeze has to be very precise to ensure that the man does not continue to the point of ejaculation.
Some practice may therefore be necessary before a couple get this right. After squeezing, the man waits until his level of arousal has dropped sufficiently for him to continue with sexual activity without any danger of ejaculation.
To begin with, this may take as long as five minutes, although with continued practice, the man may find that one minute is sufficient. After a period of time, and repeated series of squeezes, the effect of the technique is to condition the man not to ejaculate so quickly.
Women are often alarmed by how much pressure is needed to be applied to the shaft of the penis to control the urge to ejaculate, although it does not feel painful to the man. Therefore it's important that if you are trying this and your partner is helping, you need to ensure that she presses adequately and is not afraid of hurting you.
Results with the squeeze technique have depended upon the thoroughness with which the couple are trained in the practice.
Masters and Johnson reported a 96% plus success rate, although later authorities have reported around 80% success. In our experience the squeeze technique is an effective technique for controlling premature ejaculation, although continued practice from time to time may be necessary to sustain the benefits of ejaculation control.
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Self-hypnosis for premature ejaculation
Self hypnosis is a very powerful technique for changing behavior patterns rooted in the subconscious mind. We know that the subconscious can have a much more profound effect over our behavior than the conscious mind, simply because the subconscious controls thoughts, feelings and behaviors that occur out of our awareness.
This accounts for the vast majority of our mental activity, and most of the functions are either autonomic such as digestion and breathing, of which we are not normally aware, or adaptive behaviors to protect us from this advantageous situations. Read about premature ejaculation as a conditioned response and find out what you can do about it.
Effects Of PE on Relationships
It has to be admitted that PE is a pernicious influence on some sexual relationships, especially where the man has not taken the time or trouble to learn how to pleasure a woman in other way than by sexual intercourse. In any event, few women can orgasm by sexual intercourse: most women need clitoral stimulation which is lacking during intercourse unless the vaginal introitus is near the clitoris.
The lack of sexual pleasure for a woman can result in emotional unhappiness - expressed as short tempered irritation and nagging - and a miserable relationship. If you find yourself in this situation, then the answer is to find some sexual advice that will help you to re-establish a good relationship.
One way of doing this is to follow the advice of the so-called seduction community - but don't be misled by the title: they are only ordinary men who have found a way of tapping into the emotional and psychological processes which turn women on.
Premature ejaculation is a behavior that develops in response to this conditioning mechanism in either adolescence or early adulthood when a man becomes sexually active.
In adolescence, the problem may be that a boy does not have sufficient privacy or time to masturbate in a relaxed way so that he becomes used to rapidly approaching orgasm to get the relief of ejaculation over with as quickly as possible.
In his early sexual career, a young man may find that the simple act of anticipating sex and the penetration of a woman is so exciting that he ejaculates far too soon: this is simply because he is much too aroused to be able to control his ejaculation. In either event the body is conditioned to expect rapid ejaculation.
Another possible cause of premature ejaculation is when the subconscious mind is defending against fears and doubts about sexual activity. This may be resentment against a sexual partner, or something more general like sexual abuse in childhood having left guilt and shame about sexual activity. In any event, self-hypnosis is a powerful method of approaching these issues and altering the behavioral patterns that result from them.
It's a myth that self hypnosis can force an individual to do anything that he would not normally do: all that will happen is a gentle process of bypassing the conscious mind through relaxation or suggestions made by the hypnotherapist on a recording.
This will allow the therapeutic suggestions about being more relaxed during sexual activity and having greater control of ejaculation to take effect on the subconscious.
In effect, it's a process of rewiring the brain so that the brain responds to the new, more constructive message rather than the older, more destructive and defensive message. We believe that self hypnosis is a very powerful and effective technique and you can read more about self hypnosis for premature ejaculation cure here.
Pills for premature ejaculation
Many men simply want to take a pill because they're not prepared to put in much time or effort to control their premature ejaculation. One of the reasons for this is undoubtedly the fact that many men are actually satisfied with their performance in bed, even though it may deprive their sexual partner of a great deal of pleasure.
That's true even if she cannot reach orgasm during sexual activity: she certainly wants to feel the pleasure of her man thrusting inside her for as long as it takes for her to feel fulfilled.
The problem, however, is that there are very few, if any, pills for premature ejaculation which actually work or do not have massive side-effects. It's certainly true that in Europe an antidepressant called Dapoxetine been licensed for the treatment of premature ejaculation, but this has its impact by interfering with brain chemistry, and is likely to leave you with side-effects such as nausea, trembling, anxiety, or something else.
The problem is, you only find out how it affects you when you take it. It is not licensed for use in the USA, though off-label use of antidepressants for treating PE is common.