There are different kinds of premature ejaculation treatments, let have a look at treating mild premature ejaculation
Treating Mild Premature Ejaculation
Premature ejaculation is embarrassing. Premature ejaculation hurts your pride. However, premature ejaculation is real – more than 30% of the population actually suffers from this condition! If you are suffering from this, you’ll definitely be wondering how to be rid of this nerve-wracking affliction.
Well, you’re in luck. In this article, we’ll touch on the various premature ejaculation treatments, ranging from gels and tools to psychological methods to achieve this.
Wait, what’s Premature Ejaculation?
Before we move on to the various premature ejaculation treatments, let’s first understand what premature ejaculation is.
According to the Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, de facto handbook for all psychological disorders, it is defined as recurring ejaculation that occurred with minimal levels of sexual arousal before, during and after penetration, and before what the afflicted person wants. If this sounds like you, the below methods will help you eliminate this embarrassing condition.
Anxiety is often the main culprit of premature ejaculation. Men with anxiety problems are often worrying about what their partners think of them when having sex. This gives the men uncertainty issues, and makes them uncomfortable during the entire session. As such, there is a tendency for these men to “get it over and done with”, and voila! They “come” within the first few minutes of penetration.
As such, treatment for this is simple: Relaxation. Patients are often taught relaxation techniques, such as breathing deeply or using neuro-linguistic programming to block out negative phrases in their minds. These techniques both help to relieve anxiety from the patient and, with time, allow them to be rid of premature ejaculation.
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Local Anesthetic Gel
For patients who claim they are not affected by anxiety and fear during intercourse (i.e. liars), doctors usually provide them with a tube of local anesthetic gel. This gel, when applied, slightly numbs an area, making it less sensitive. You can deduce where this should be applied to; as such, with less sensitivity, the patient will be aroused slower during sexual intercourse.
However, you must be cautious when using this form of premature ejaculation treatment; it is known to cause skin irritations, resulting in an intense itch, redness and soreness around the genitals (or any other area, depending on where the gel has been in contact with).
Long Love Condom
These aptly-named condoms are essentially condoms that contain a local anesthetic cream known as benzocaine. These have the same effect as the local anesthetic gel mentioned in the previous section. However, as it does not come into contact with your partner when copulating, this method is the preferred method for most men. In fact, manufacturers have claimed that men who used this last up to two or three times longer!
However, it still comes with the usual side effects – even though your partner should be safe from the itch and soreness, you won’t be spared from it; users have also reported irritations in their genitals after usage.
Hopefully, after trying out the methods mentioned in this article, you will be spared from premature ejaculation. It is recommended that you try the psychological method before going for the local anesthetics variants – the first method provides a long-term solution to your problem.
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