Ejaculation is described as premature or premature when it is uncontrolled and occurs too early to allow a satisfactory relationship. We talk about premature ejaculation when it comes before penetration or 1 to 2 minutes after penetration if it takes place.
According to a study conducted by the French Urology Association on a sample of 1308 men aged 18 to 69 in France, 11% of premature ejaculations were diagnosed as persistent and 65% as occasional.
In case of persistent premature ejaculation, it may be a primary premature ejaculation, that is to say that it begins at the beginning of the sexual life, or secondary, when it occurs later whereas the delay before ejaculation was so far satisfactory.
In the case of secondary premature ejaculation, treatment may be considered if the disorder has lasted for at least 6 months.
Normally, the stimulus should follow a gradual and progressive pattern, during an intimate relationship between two partners, characterized by a proportionate progression before its stabilization by orgasm.
The early act intervenes abruptly without respect for this progression of excitement. The man, therefore, is likely to reach the climax of his excitement a few seconds after the start of the process, which is abnormal.
What are its causes ?
The causes of this arousal disorder are essentially behavioral and psychological, however, there are some biological and physical causes that you should also know about.
– Period of stress or anxiety.
– The fear of not being successful.
– The absence or lack of experience explaining the difficulty of controlling his excitement.
– An emotional or psychological shock.
– Overload of energy and hypersensitivity of the male organ due to lack of practice.
– Internal conflicts within the couple or regular change of partners.
– The excesses of masturbation during adolescence.
Some physical and biological factors:
– A phimosis: “It is a malformation of the foreskin that can not retract under the glans during erection. “
– Inflammation of the prostate or urethra
– Depression or side effects of antidepressants
– Very high blood pressure.
Beyond these psychological causes, there is also the problem of the sensitive pleasure which makes the body slave of physiological automatisms and reflexes conditioned, difficult to overcome, but never impossible to do it.
Here are the two remedies:
Some therapies are of enormous use in dealing with this problem, but the best option is the use of natural remedies that can help control excitement.
Specialists recommend that patients use flower therapy (Bach flowers) to control impulses and strengthen self-control. Homeopaths, however, suggest treatment with Selenium 9CH, considered the most effective natural homeopathic remedy.
1- Grandma’s remedies to cure this problem. This homemade remedy is based on milk and asparagus:
1- Take 2 teaspoons of Indian asparagus powder
2- Add a big glass of milk
3- Boil the mixture for 10 minutes
4- Drink twice a day, morning and evening.
2- Natural remedy based on almonds and cow’s milk:
Saffron is a very light aphrodisiac that will help you control your excitement.
1- Dip 10 almonds in water during the night
2- The next morning, remove the skin and crush them
3- Take a big glass of warm cow’s milk
4- Add the peeled almonds
5- Add to the mixture a pinch of ginger powder
6- Add also a pinch of cardamom powder
7- Add a pinch of saffron
Once you have mixed well, drink a glass each morning on an empty stomach.
Keep in mind that everything is in your head. Do not be stressed with your wife or partner and dispel the bad thoughts and lack of confidence to be up to the mark when you are in bed.
N.B .: Natural remedies have no satisfactory effect in the chronic forms of this problem.