Sexual concerns, including premature ejaculation (PE), are relatively common. Premature ejaculation happens when a man climaxes before he or his partner would have wanted during sex. Men dealing with premature ejaculation tend to orgasm within one minute of being stimulated sexually and are usually unable to delay ejaculation.
Being unable to give your partner the same type of mind-blowing orgasms that will get her moaning and clinging to you? Now if you are a man of 31-40, 51-60 and above, and you experience the following symptoms then you maybe affected by ED.
Check out these symptoms
- Continuous urge to urinate again and again just after urinating.
- Frequent and uncontrollable urge to pass urine especially at night.
- Straining while passing urine.
- Weak urine stream or double urine stream whenever you pass urine
Masturbating an hour or two before you have sexual activity may help delay ejaculation during penetration. This sexual release should reduce your need to climax quickly.
Herbal remedies have been used in the treatment of various sexual disorders like premature ejaculation and erectile difficulties for quite some time now. These herbs are often touted as natural aphrodisiacs and sexual enhancers, and you may find them being included in sexual enhancement supplements.
Aerobic exercise like jogging, walking, and swimming are simple ways you could treat any sexual dysfunction you may be facing. A study published in The American Journal of Cardiology found that simple walking improved erection quality in men who’ve suffered a heart attack. Aerobic exercises improve circulation and support blood vessel health which is often compromised in men with ED. Similar benefits can be seen in men with ejaculation problems. Exercising can reduce anxiety and depression which are conditions often tied to PE. Physical activity also has a strong effect on the brain’s serotonin levels, and this may help reduce PE severity because studies show that serotonin plays a key role in PE pathology. All in all, exercising, which is an important component of a healthy lifestyle, will help reduce your risk of sexual health complications caused by diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and obesity.
Over-the-counter topical anesthetic creams contain a numbing agent that can treat premature ejaculation by reducing sensation and delaying climax. Apply the cream to your penis 10 to 15 minutes before sex in order for it to be most effective. The 2017 Sexual Medicine study found that topical creams can help increase the time it took to ejaculate by a few minutes.
In addition to zinc, magnesium also plays a role in your sexual health and can play a role in premature ejaculation, according to research. 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:
- Pumpkin seeds
- Wheat germ cereal
- Kidney beans
- Sesame seeds
- Beef and lamb
- Dark chocolate
‘Climax control’ condoms
Condoms, in general, may decrease sensitivity and keep you from ejaculating early. But there are also climax control condoms available over-the-counter that are either made of a thicker latex material or contain a numbing agent that’s meant to delay climax.
Avoid sex for a period of time
This may seem counter intuitive, but focusing on other types of sexual activity instead of intercourse may help take the pressure off from your sexual encounters. Penetration isn’t the only way to reach sexual satisfaction, so think about other ways you and your partner can feel pleasure that won’t cause either of you distress or frustration.