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4 Tips to Help with Premature Ejaculation

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4 Tips to Help with Premature Ejaculation

Bedroom matters can be a sensitive topic and, for some, can be a source of embarrassment or frustration. If you’re climaxing sooner than you and your partner would like, sex may not be satisfying for either of you. It’s a problem called premature ejaculation (PE). Unfortunately, relationships can suffer as well. PE is a common issue for men. Between 30%-40% have it at some time in their life. The good news is that you do not need to just live with it and there are measures you can take to help you last longer in the bedroom.

Clear your Head
Emotions can play a big role in premature ejaculation. Contributing factors can include stress, depression, relationship issues, or performance anxiety. On occasion, PE has been found to be linked with erectile dysfunction, a condition in which the penis does not remain firm enough for sex. Men who are worried they could lose their erection may develop a habit of rushing to reach ejaculation.

Visit the drugstore
Topical anesthetic creams containing a numbing agent can be purchased over-the-counter. These creams can treat premature ejaculation by reducing sensation and delaying climax. Apply the cream to the penis 10 to 15 minutes before sex. Zinc can also be helpful for PE. The mineral also helps produce testosterone as well as boost your libido and energy. 11 milligrams per day is recommended.

Change your diet
According to previous research, diet has been shown to play a role in premature ejaculation. Incorporating foods into your diet that are rich in zinc and magnesium may help increase the time it takes you to climax. Those foods include:
● oysters
● soybeans
● yogurt
● spinach
● almonds
● chickpeas
● beef and lamb
● dark chocolate
● garlic
● peas

Exercise that pelvic floor
Strengthening your pelvic floor muscles can have a have a positive impact on your life in the bedroom. Pelvic floor exercises can help deal with PE by providing better control over ejaculatory reflex. This, in turn, increases time leading to climax. Laying down, contract your pelvic floor muscles for 3 seconds, and then relax for 3 seconds. Repeat for at least 10 times in a row. Gradually increase the number of seconds over time.

Seek out Medical Help
There are medical treatments for recurring Premature Ejaculation. Give us a call at 212-480-3333 to discreetly discuss your condition.