Esensual Sexology UK

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Premature Ejaculation

Posted on December 6, 2014 at 10:40 AM

One of the most common sexual problem for men is Premature Ejaculation. For some men as soon as foreplay starts they will ejaculate, others as soon as they try sexual penetration (they place their penis into their partners vagina or anus) or quiet quickly during sexual intercourse. Some males will from time to time experience premature ejaculation which is quite normal, some males experience premature ejaculation from the time of their first sexual experience which can cause issues throughout life and for others premature ejaculation can develop even after a full and healthy sexual life, the latter two experiences can result in a form of sexual stress and inhibit a healthy sexual relationship with others.

Remember though Premature Ejaculation is only a problem if it happens frequently. It’s important to remember that most men occasionally reach orgasm sooner than they would like. For example if the man has not ejaculated for a long time it is likely when he engages in sex he will experience premature ejaculation, this does not mean he has a sexual problem..

What May cause Premature Ejaculation

In the past, Premature Ejaculation has been considered to be psychological. However, it is now thought that some men (particularly those with life-long premature ejaculation) have a chemical imbalance in the brain centres controlling this function. Some men have acquired premature ejaculation associated with erectile dysfunction.

Psychological factors are important and include:

depression or anxiety, particularly about performance

feeling anxious about rejection

expecting failure

negative sexual experiences in childhood

religious beliefs


problems within the relationship.

How do somatic sexological bodyworkers work with Client with Premature Ejaculation.

Through engaging in more mindful practices somatic sex educators can support clients through exploring breath work sensation and orgasmic yoga practices to address premature ejaculation concerns.

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