Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Information on Exercises to Help with Premature Ejaculation

As a clinical sexologist, intimacy counselor and sex educator I look for ways to help individuals and couples have a healthy sex life.  Here are a few articles on exercise for premature ejaculation.

Study: Pelvic exercises benefit men who suffer from premature ejaculation

Statistics from the Urology Care Foundation reveal that premature ejaculation affects about one in five American men between the ages of 18 and 59. This condition is characterized by a lack of control over ejaculation, causing the men who suffer from it to reach orgasm sooner than they would prefer when they're engaging in sexual activities. Understandably, this can lead to them feeling embarrassed or self-conscious, though a new study suggests that pelvic exercises may help.
According to HealthDay News, a team of researchers led by Dr. Antonio Pastore of Sapienza University of Rome taught 40 men who suffer from premature ejaculation how to exercise their pelvic floor muscles and instructed them to do so for a 12-week period.  Read More

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Premature ejaculation, or PE, affects a broad range of men worldwide. PE is when a man climaxes before he wants to — it is not measured by a time limit. Although PE is common, it is by no means incurable, nor is it a serious sexual condition. Read on for helpful hints and tips about how to fight against PE. read more

How to talk to your partner about premature ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation (PE) affects not only a man but also his partner in the relationship. In an episode of PE, the intimacy shared with a partner if he suddenly orgasms to a quick can leave both feeling angry, ashamed, and frustrated, and turn away from each other.

Communication is not only important to successful diagnosis and treatment, but can also help a partner understand the feelings of the individual. Sometimes couple counseling or intimacy counseling may be useful. Together a couple might develop techniques (for example, the squeeze technique) that may prolong an erection. Most importantly, the couple should try to relax. Anxiety (especially performance anxiety) only makes this condition worse.
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