Premature Ejaculation Problem In Men – How To Deal With It?

Premature ejaculation is not an uncommon problem in men, in fact, according to one study, 30 percent of men suffer from this problem, but people don’t talk about it even with their intimate friends. The truth is that PE can happen to anyone. It doesn’t matter how old you are, how much experience you have, or how much you know about sex.

To know properly premature ejaculation problems in men, it is important to know the fundamental of men’s sexual dynamics and psychological aspects of it.

Men unlike women primarily are driven by orgasmic pleasure. Women also want orgasm as their ultimate sexual satisfaction but there are lots more added to their sexual behavioral pattern. For men, an orgasm that makes their blood pressure high, rapid breathing, muscle contraction, and kick into overdrive, all they want during intercourse. This is also a point when men cross the point of ejaculatory inevitability and can’t stop themselves from ejaculation no matter what.

What is Ejaculatory Inevitability and How to Control It

The main or the only reason for premature ejaculation is to get to the point of ejaculator inevitability too quickly. When you reach ejaculatory inevitability, it is game over! The best way to control your ejaculatory inevitability is to know when are approaching. When you get an erection, your blood flows into your penis, and muscles at its base contract to keep it filled with blood. Those muscles start relaxing when you reach the point of ejaculator inevitability and some – but not all – of the blood begins to flow out.

You also need to take advantage of this physiological process. The main thing is to pinpoint your moment of ejaculatory inevitability, so you can approach a point where you can voluntary control and stop and eventually going past it.

When you engage this technique, you might even notice a few drops of seminal fluid or pre-come. After you’ve experienced a couple of the pleasurable contractions of orgasm, without actually ejaculating, give the head of your penis a squeeze, which will help to diminish the desire to ejaculate by forcing some blood out of the penis. Not only is this a key strategy for lasting longer, it also feels great.

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Boost Serotonin Naturally

There is no doubt SSRIs are the best thing to boost your serotonin level, but you can also increase your level without any administration of drug.

Regular Exercise

The best exercise is circuit training (10-15 non-stop different forms of exercises without rest), nonetheless, you can improve your serotonin level by regular normal exercise. There is no clinical evidence that physical exercise can eliminate the problem of PE, but surely it helps in many ways. Largely, men who train with weights are more often high testosterone and less suffers from sexual dysfunction.

Exposure to Sunlight

Exposure to bright sunlight is a standard therapy for a seasonal affective disorder of “winter blues”. It also partially helps in treating depression. The best way to get sunlight in the morning walk, or if you are not an early riser then you can adopt a habit of walking during lunchtime that helps to fight depression.


There are still researches needed to understand the benefits of yogic exercises in relation to PE, but according to many studies, yoga is really beneficial in treating PE and other sexual dysfunctions. These exercises help in improving focus, strengthen pelvic muscles and manage stress.

Masturbation without Porn

Porn significantly reduces the ejaculatory response because the visual stimulation is too high because it’s visual novelty, and therefore accelerates dopamine transmission. Excessive secretion of dopamine can significantly minimize the ejaculatory threshold. This is the reason porn addicted people suffer from premature ejaculation.

Masturbation without any visual aid, rely just on your own fantasy and physical stimulation. It is sometimes very difficult to get rid of porn addiction, so you can also consult a psychiatrist for help. It is better to lead your body rather than force it to get arousal and eventually ejaculation. If you are having good diet and regular exercise, after 3-4 days you will get natural erection, so rather go for porn to accelerate your dopamine secretion, masturbate without any visual aid.

Modified Intercourse – Going Perpendicular

Once you shift the focus to your partner, you can introduce moves that stimulate your penis without letting you lose control. These are positions that allow you to stimulate her while keeping your cool. I’m not talking about intercourse per se. This is foreplay that lets you touch, spoon, and sometimes partially penetrate her— all without actually climaxing yourself.

The techniques described here work because they’re based on two simple facts:

1. Female Anatomy: Women typically require foreplay and stimulation of their vulva—and the clitoris in particular—to have an orgasm.

2. Male Anatomy: The top of a man’s penis is less sensitive than the underside. When you use your less-sensitive areas to stimulate her most sensitive spots, you’ve got a winning formula for longer-lasting, pleasurable sex. In terms of your overall sex script, many of the perpendicular positions are best used prior to intense clitoral stimulation that could lead her to orgasm (such as oral sex), or before the transition into a sex position such as female-superior, from which she will orgasm.

Here’s the basic principle: You hold your erect penis in your hand so that it’s at a near-right angle to your partner’s body. For example, if you’re stretching out on your sides facing each other, your penis will be somewhat perpendicular to her genitals. From there, you can touch and rub her vulva and clitoris with the top side of your penis. The result? You’ll both feel blissful, she’ll feel worshipped, and you’ll stay in control.

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