PART 1 | Male Sexual Mastery | Lasting Longer in the Bedroom.
Dr. Willow Brown and Leah Piper discuss the emotional impact of premature ejaculation (PE). Whether you or a lover suffers from severe PE or simply wants more sexual staying power this conversation is important for anyone who wants great sex.
WHAT IS PREMATURE EJACULATION (PE)?
Premature ejaculation occurs when a man has an ejaculatory orgasm sooner than he or his partner would like. Typically it happens before or shortly after penetration during intercourse. PE is often frustrating for both sexual partners making penetrative sex less enjoyable & stressful.
According to the American Urological Association, premature ejaculation is considered the most common sexual dysfunction in men.
Between 30% and 40% of men experience premature ejaculation at some point in their life and one in five men between the ages of 18 and 59 report incidences of premature ejaculation.
However, the good news is that it’s usually curable!
WHAT CAUSES PE?
1. Performance anxiety.
2. Nervousness about being with a new partner
3. Anxiousness about having sex again after a long period of abstinence
4. Lack of confidence
5. Feelings of sexual guilt
6. Being overly excited or stimulated
8. Relationship problems
10. Low serotonin or dopamine levels - chemicals in the brain that are involved in sexual desire and excitement.
11. A penis that is extra sensitive to stimulation.
Leah Piper may be able to help you overcome PE.
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7 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF:
1. How long have you had this problem?
2. Under what circumstances does it happen?
3. How often does it happen?
4. Does premature ejaculation happen at every sexual attempt?
5. Does it happen with all partners?
6. Does premature ejaculation occur when you masturbate?
7. Do you have trouble maintaining an erection?
HELPFUL TREATMENT METHODS
1) Involve your partner with honest communication and seek support together.
2) Wearing a condom can decrease sensitivity and delay ejaculation
3) Practice Tantric pressure point techniques and breath control.
4) Use the Arousal Scale Communication Method with your lover during sexual play.
5) Address the underlying stress and anxiety that arises around sex with a sex/intimacy coach or therapist.
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