Are there any factors that can affect premature ejaculation? The answer is yes.
Sometimes, premature ejaculation can be caused by a lack of sex, whilst other times, stress and nervousness are key factors. If a man engages in sex in public place or somewhere where they may be walked in on, for example, the chance of premature ejaculation rockets alongside feelings of nervousness.
Sexual intercourse should always be undertaken somewhere quiet and intimate, where you know there is no chance of interruption. It is important to remember that if a man has ejaculated during sex and can manage to rest up and achieve a second erection, the second orgasm will take a lot longer to arrive.
One of the most effective therapies used in combatting premature ejaculation was developed by the urologist James Semans of Duke University, USA. In 1956 he published a small study named “Premature Ejaculation: A New Approach”, in which he talks about the treatments he developed that help to extend the neuromuscular reflex mechanisms linked to ejaculation.
VIC.18 The first thing you must do is to learn to identify sensations immediately preceding orgasm.
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