The Cause
Premature Ejaculation

premature ejaculation

The definition of premature ejaculation is simply: "Ejaculating before you want to or before your partner is satisfied". The second part of that definition, "or before your partner is satisfied", is where sexual pressure and sexual dysfunction can come in to play.

Unlike other animals or very early human beings, humans today have many emotional and psychological connections to sex. Two of them being pure pleasure and recreation.

So, if a male does not last long enough to suit his partner, his "performance" may cause marital dysfunction, alter his self-esteem, and may be a factor in depression with its obvious consequences.

Any Man Can Overcome This Problem

Hundreds of thousands of years ago, the premature ejaculator would have been considered the superior male because he could fertilize a female more quickly.

Men who came quickly fertilized females quickly, this characteristic was passed down through the generations.

Studies suggest that 30% of Human males ejaculate "prematurely".

The good news is that virtually every man, who is a premature ejaculator, can overcome the problem if he learns how his sexual system really works and he takes the time and practice necessary to make the desired change.

There Are Only Two Causes
of Premature Ejaculation

The first is genetic.

The second is developed from any number of psychological influences. These are called "conditioned response".

Both types can be remedied with response conditioning equally as well.

Is There a Cure
Premature Ejaculation?

Absolutely! Virtually every male who cums too soon can change his overly quick response. You see, the premature ejaculation cure is not really a "cure".

Even with the thousands of drugs available for virtually everything, there is no FDA approved drug for the treatment of this problem.

There is actually nothing physically or mentally wrong with men who cum too quickly. And, there is nothing to "cure".

It's like a person with a speech accent. There is nothing wrong with that person either. They just don't speak the "normal" way. They can learn and change. So can the man who cums too quickly.

And that is because there is nothing wrong with him. His body simply responds too quickly.

He just needs to change the way he responds to sexual stimulus.

The "cure" for this problem is really quite simple. It just takes persistence.

In actuality, learning to control your sexual response is no different than learning to play the piano. And, controlling your sexual response does not take nearly as long to master!

Learn How to Make The Problem Disappear

There are extreme levels of this problem and levels in between.

The most extreme example is cumming before even entering the vagina.

The other end of extremes is: If it takes a man's 2 hours to climax, and he lasts only 1 1/2 hours, he could be considered a premature ejaculator by his partner.

If you find yourself in either of these scenarios, or anywhere in between, you don't have to worry any more.

In a matter of time, with practice and understanding, you can gradually reduce your problem here and eventually make it disappear. You can learn to satisfy any woman before you cum.

The premature ejaculation "cure" is to simply to readjust your response. Anyone can do it with practice and patience.

Let Your Partner Help You

It is very important to discuss your plans with your partner. Read her this article. Read her the article that explains the "cure". Her assistance will help you. The process will make both of you more comfortable and satisfied with your sexual life right from the start. And, it will bring you closer emotionally.

Premature ejaculation does not have to be a part of your life!

Be Well.....

~ William

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