Premature Ejaculation Is Bigger Than Erectile Dysfunction
Written by Richard Simmons| Monday, 31 May 2010| There are 0 comments
A study done by a group of scientists at the University of Chicago has shown that overall the biggest problem that men have in the bedroom is not erectile dysfunction but is in fact premature ejaculation.
The researchers who looked at almost 3,000 men between the ages of 18 and 85 showed that until the age of 59 premature ejaculation was a much worse problem then erectile dysfunction and that even among those men over the age of 60 a statistically significant 25 percent of them still reported it.
From this study it shows that despite the perception that erectile dysfunction is the number one male sexual problem, sexual health experts should be focusing more on remedies for premature ejaculation.
The results show that between the ages of 18 and 29, 30% of men reported erectile dysfunction, between the ages of 30 and 39, 28% of men reported erectile dysfunction and between the ages of 40 and 49, 31% of men reported erectile dysfunction and in fact the figures did not change much until the age of 75 when a slight decrease was reported.
This goes to show that premature ejaculation is in fact a much misunderstood male sexual problem and that it occurs irrespective of a decline in erectile function. Some sexual health experts believe that internet porn is causing increase rates of premature ejaculation as many men get a warped idea of how good sex should occur because of the unrealistic and graphic genital images that these porn web sites promote.
Apart from using the premature ejaculation remedy Priligy (which can help men last as much as three times longer), men should learn to relax during sex and take it extremely slowly.
You should focus on lots of foreplay rather than jumping straight into it. Think about the whole body experience rather than just focusing on the genital aspects of sex. Not only will you as the man enjoy this more but the woman in your life will thank you for it too!