Premature ejaculation (PE) is a relatively common condition that can affect a man at any time during his life. It can seriously impact on confidence and quality of life.
Sometimes PE occurs as a result of anxiety or stress. It may affect you from time to time but eventually disappear.
Whatever the frequency of your symptoms, treatments are available to help alleviate the condition. Most of them do not involve taking prescribed medications.
If you worry you are suffering from PE, there is no need to feel isolated. The majority of GPs are wholly sympathetic to men who report all kinds of sexual dysfunction, and may prove extremely helpful in helping you find the right solutions.
Sex therapists may also recommend a few straightforward techniques to prevent or delay ejaculation (see your doctor for a possible referral).
Below are four key treatments which can help you tackle PE and resume an enjoyable and satisfactory sex life:
A recently conducted independent study by researchers at Department of Psychology and Logopedics, Abo Akademi University, Turku in Finland, and published in The Journal of Sexual and Marital Therapy, tested Prolong TM Climax Control training programme in 11 lifelong sufferers of premature ejaculation who failed to respond / could not tolerate Paroxetine (Seroxat/ Paxil) and Dapoxetine (Priligy). It found that 8 out of the 11 men improved.
Not only did they improve at 6 weeks, but 6 months after completing the Prolong TM climax control training programme the men improved even more. The study demonstrated that Prolong Climax Control Training Programme is a safe, side effect free alternative to drug treatment in premature ejaculation, even in resistant cases, and that the effects are long term and stable.
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