Until about seventy years ago, this clinical diagnosis was not foreseen: not because the phenomenon was non-existent, but because it was not considered a problem. The center of the couple’s sexuality was procreation, not pleasure. Both members of the relationship colluded with this paradigm, because the possibility that there might be more was not taken into consideration. With the various social movements, the demand for pleasure by women, things have changed.
The request for a desire to be satisfied has begun to put doubts on the types of performance possible by the man, and consequently to question oneself on the theme of “speed” and the centering of sexual intercourse on male orgasm. To date, 40% of the male population suffers from premature ejaculation or premature climax: two in five men. PE-related embarrassment is responsible for many relation troubles and depressions.
What is rapid climax?
Premature ejaculation is not something that happens completely disconnected from the person suffering from it. It is part of a personal history, within the framework of the education received, the type of family in which one grew up, the influence of religion and culture, any developmental traumas that may have occurred.
Many men claimed to have little control over ejaculating and they wish they could last a bit longer. Normal or usual ejaculatory latency is approximately 4–7 minutes.
Surely it is also important to immediately distinguish if there may be an organic problem at the base, or if there is a problem at an anatomical level rather than a psychological or relational one.
Various forms of premature ejaculation
There are those who do not know any other way and have always suffered from it (lifelong), there are those who suddenly find themselves in this situation (acquired), for example during a new relationship.
Then, not everyone happens in the same way and at the same time: there are those who suffer from it only during penetration, while those who have no control when they still have their clothes on. For someone still, it is something that always happens, while for someone else it is something occasional, occurring in specific situations.
Also, in some cases it occurs alongside other psychological problems or other sexual dysfunctions.
How to Control premature ejaculation
Everyone can potentially be premature ejaculators; the difference lies in giving yourself the opportunity to get to know each other and learn to control your body during the arousal phase, and delay the orgasmic phase. During growth and adolescence, this can happen by indulging in a relaxed, slow and pleasure-oriented masturbatory activity, rather than fast, mechanical and oriented to finish as soon as possible.
In addition, forms of distress associated with work, social life, and relationships can further fuel performance anxiety, associated with the thought of not being able to last long enough during intercourse. This brings a lot of discomfort and can affect the relational sphere of the individual, especially when he is in a couple relationship.
Remedies to fight premature ejaculation
Once you’ve identified the issue, the first thing to do is to assess your physiological state. Next, avoid anxiety and stress while trying to control the timing of your ejaculations by masturbating. If this doesn’t work and you’re still having premature ejaculation, you may want to consider the next step.
Medication: The most popular medication for erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation is called Super Kamagra. It is made by Ajanta Pharma and contains the active ingredient Sildenafil Citrate and Dapoxetine. Sildenafil is vasodilator, responsible for better blood flow to genital area and Dapoxetine, is the only officially approved medicine to treat premature ejaculation by promoting ejaculatory delay.
It’s easy to buy Super Kamagra online from any internet pharmacy selling sexual enhancers. It’s advised to discuss any self medication with your doctor since Super Kamagra can have unwanted contraindications and some side effects.
If all precautions are taken as advised on the pill’s leaflet, this medication has been shown to be effective with little to no side effects. Keep in mind that Super Kamagra should not be taken by anybody under the age of 18, and shouldn’t be used with alcohol.
Finally, think about contacting a sexology professional who can frame the situation appropriately and move in the direction that will be most helpful to the P.E patient through sexual-body awareness, tactics, and targeted techniques.