Friday, May 23, 2014

Causes of Premature Ejaculation

I seriously doubt that there is a single man alive who has not had to deal with premature ejaculation at some time or another. In most cases it is nothing to worry about. It is part and parcel of being a man. Sure, it is something that you probably best want to avoid because for some men it can be quite embarrassing, but when it does happen it is sadly impossible to deal with. If it is only occurring once or twice every so often then you really have nothing to worry about. Some guys suffer this, some may have problem with hard erection, known as erectile dysfunction, and these are more common than you think. If your premature ejaculation seems to be occurring the majority of the time that you have sex then you may want to start thinking about how you can deal with it. On this page I want to talk to you a little bit about what is believed to be the ‘cause’ of premature ejaculation.

Now, it is worth noting that when it comes to premature ejaculation we really do not know what causes it. All we can do is offer ‘best guesses’ on why it occurs. The vast majority of sex experts out there believe that premature ejaculation is the result of early sexual conditioning. This basically means that men, when they first started ejaculating, felt rushed and thus they have continued this feeling throughout the rest of their life.

If you think about it logically, the first time that the vast majority of men will ever climax will be when they masturbate as a teenager. At that time it is likely that you are going to be doing it on a bit of a ‘down low’ and you really do not want to get caught. The result is that you really start to rush yourself. This is a thought that is likely to remain with you throughout the rest of your sexual life. Sure, it is something which can be conditioned away, but it is very difficult to fight in a few cases.

There has been limited amounts of research which seems to point to the fact that premature ejaculation may be the inherited (i.e. genetic) although as you can probably guess, there are very few father and son teams out there who are willing to come forward and say that this is a problem that they are dealing with, so it is unlikely that more research will be placed upon this.

The general idea used to be that anxiety or nervousness tended to be a major contributor towards premature ejaculation. Studies however seem to indicate that this is far from the case. In fact, it is very rare that somebody will ‘finish’ early simply because they are nervous about the situation (unless it is their first time!). I am not going to say that this is something which does not happen, it most likely does, however if you are suffering from premature ejaculation then it is likely to be down to early conditioning as opposed to anything else. As I said though, this is something which can be dealt with quite easily.

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