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Stress caused by premature ejaculationThe Latin term "ejaculatio praecox", more commonly known as premature ejaculation or premature climax, is probably the single most common sexual dysfunction experienced by men. In fact, statistics suggest that as many as 30 percent of all men experience premature ejaculation during regular sexual encounters. While not a life-threatening condition, a lack of ejaculatory control can interfere with the sexual and emotional well being of one or both partners and frequently has a strong negative impact on male confidence.

Since ejaculatory control is not innate in men but rather learned through practice and repetition, the fact is that most men will experience premature ejaculation at least once in their lifetime. A consistent recurrence of this condition, however, is not something to be dismissed lightly given the serious effect it can have on male confidence and emotional well being. Men who have experienced premature ejaculation in the past often look towards new sexual activities with apprehension and dread. This can lead to an endless cycle of depression, humiliation and despair.

The roots of premature ejaculation lie in both the physical and the psychological condition. Studies have shown that 90 percent or more of men who suffer from this condition have inherited it from parents or grandparents with a history of the dysfunction. On the physical level, this is a condition associated with a faster than normal neurological response in the pelvic muscles. Psychologically speaking, premature ejaculation is often the result of stress, depression, unrealistic expectations, or simply a general lack of confidence.

Two of the main causes of premature ejaculation are inexperience in sexual relations and a weakened pubococcygeus (PC) muscle. While a lack of experience can be addressed by simply having more sex, training of the PC muscle involves some knowledge and a little work. Fortunately this muscle, which acts as the floor to the entire pelvic area of the body and supports the weight of the organs, can be trained and controlled just like any other muscle in the body.

Exercising the PC muscle is a way of gaining control over ejaculation and is an excellent way to treat and even prevent premature ejaculation. Some penis exercises such as Kegels (also called PC Flexes) are designed to specifically train this muscle and teach ejaculation control. More advanced and effective exercises can be learned from a professional penis exercise program such as the one offered by PenisHealth.

While premature ejaculation is a serious condition that many men experience, it is something that can be corrected. All you need is a little confidence in yourself and some practical knowledge to make this unfortunate condition a thing of the past.

Posted by PRS
Thursday, May 17th, 2007


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