Treating Premature Ejaculation Naturally

Treating Premature Ejaculation Naturally
October 04 13:22 2018 Print This Article

Premature ejaculation is one of the most common sexual problems affecting men, with as many as 1 out of every 3 men reporting the problem. PE can cause a lot of anxiety and sometimes low self-esteem which can lead to the more serious erectile dysfunction. But sometimes, you can think that you have PE when you don’t. Did you know that the average researched ejaculation time is 5 to 6 minutes?

Most men don’t know this and often think that if they climax before their partner, they are experiencing PE. The correct definition of premature ejaculation is an orgasm that occurs after only one minute or less of sexual stimulation. If this is what you are experiencing, then you may want to try one or more of the following solutions;

  1. Ayurvedic Herbal Medicine

Ayurveda is an ancient traditional Indian healing practice that has been known to help with conditions like diabetes and inflammation. Various Ayurveda medicines like kaunch beej, vati and yaoauvanamrit have been known to help treat premature ejaculation. Men who used these treatments reported a significant improvement in their PE.  But there are certain side effects that are associated with these treatments and can include mild pain, dizziness, stomach pain and decreased libido.

  1. Topical Anesthetic Creams

There are also a lot of over the counter topical creams that can be effective in the treatment of PE. Most of these creams work by numbing the penis to reduce sensation during sexual stimulation and delay a climax. You should apply the cream to your penis 10 to 15 minutes before sex if they are going to be effective. These creams can also have various side effects that can include mild pain, a mild burning sensation, temporary loss of sensitivity and decreased libido.

  1. Zinc Supplements

Zinc is an essential mineral in the healthy and sustained production of testosterone which can greatly boost the libido and energy. Research has also linked zinc deficiency with sexual dysfunction. So, ask your doctor about taking Zinc supplements. Too many zinc supplements can however also have some side effects that can include diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, kidney and stomach damage in extreme cases and a metallic taste in your mouth. ‘

You don’t have to take supplements to increase the intake of Zinc. Certain foods like oysters, pumpkin seeds, soybean, yogurt, kidney beans and are rich in Zinc and Magnesium which can greatly help increase the time it takes to orgasm.

  1. Physical Exercises

There are also some physical techniques that you can try to delay orgasm. One of the most common is the start and stop technique, also known as edging can reduce the pressure, helping to delay an orgasm. When you feel the urge to climax, stop having sex and when the urge subsides, slowly start the activity again. Repeat this process until you are certain you are in control of the orgasm. Pelvic floor exercises designed to help you strengthen the pelvic floor muscles can also be very helpful.

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