Many men seem troubled by premature ejaculation. This is the condition where man reaches orgasm prematurely. Because of the intimate character of the condition, few men are likely to acknowledge openly that they do have the problem. However, research indicates that as many as about a third of the population is going through this distressing condition.

On the surface, this predicament seems to concern the male alone. And it seems to be a purely physical condition. However, if you approach the condition with a more discerning and insightful outlook, it is more than what it appears to be.

A man-woman relationship carries a physical sexual dimension. This is a critical component. Love or attraction is oftentimes fully expressed through the sexual act. Sexual incompatibility and the incapacity to bring sexual fulfillment to the partner are common causes of relationships going sour.

A man who has this ejaculation problems is likely to reach climax fast, so fast, in fact, that his partner is left unfulfilled and frustrated. And the man, although having had his orgasm, is likewise frustrated, knowing that he has failed in his "manly duty". This so-called failure tends to make him miserable, feeling less virile, less competent to give pleasure to his partner. If things are allowed to continue this way, this couple is likely to part ways.

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Fortunately, there are ways to solve this problem before it can be destructive to the relationship. It is important, though, for man to fully understand what this condition truly is, and to have the necessary information related to it.

Man goes through four significant stages in the ejaculation process. First, he gets an erection. Imagining sexually attired, full-breasted women is likely to constrict the blood in his manhood, signifying this first stage. Continued foreplay will bring him to the second stage - he becomes fully erected, and comes very close to bursting point, the third stage. The fourth and final stage is when he reaches his climax. Man should understand and become fully aware of all four stages as he undergoes each one so that he can control and prevent premature ejaculation.

Control will come with the appropriate strengthening of the pelvic muscles, the muscles used in the performance of the sexual act. In exercises known as Kegel's exercises, you should flex, and then relax, these muscles. The act is similar to what you do when you consciously try to stop the flow of urine. Hold each motion (flex and relax) for between ten to fifteen seconds. Do these exercises several times a day to bring strength and power to these muscles and help in the process to prevent early orgasm.

Relaxation through proper breathing is also one technique to prevent PE. When the body becomes aroused, there is heightened excitement and tension, causing early orgasm. But when you consciously try to relax and pace yourself by drawing and expelling air deeply, you tend to unwind and delay the excitement.

One other means to delay ejaculation is distraction. If you feel that you are nearing your climax, try to think of other things. Take your focus off what you are doing. You may ask for your partner's cooperation, too. You may discontinue with pleasuring one another, only long enough for you to lessen the sexual tension and excitement.

By employing one or all of these suggestions, you will be able to prevent premature ejaculation the natural way.

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