EARLY (PREMATURE) EJACULATION
Written by Slawomir (“Swavak”) Gromadzki, MPH
Premature ejaculation (PE), also called uncontrollable ejaculation, is a very common sexual disorder that affects millions of men around the world. Men who suffer from PE often feel embarrassed, frustrated or guilty.
There can be many factors that can contribute to this problem, and therefore it often takes a lot of effort and wisdom to find out the key underlying cause.
– Prostatitis (acute or chronic, bacterial or non-bacterial inflammation of the prostate gland). Left untreated this condition can result in severe premature ejaculation. Prostatitis can be acute (causing sudden, severe, short-term reaction) or chronic (slowly developing, but persistent, long-term, more difficult to diagnose condition). It is believed that the inflammation of the prostate gland spreads across the nerves in the pelvic area, making ejaculatory nerves hypersensitive and dysfunctional thus causing or contributing to PE. Dr. Shamloul from Cairo University conducted a study of 153 men, suggesting that chronic prostatitis can be one of the key causes of premature ejaculation. Also Dr. N.K. Lin from Lin Institute has found that an overabundance of the seminal fluids from excessive sexual practices may be one of the main factors leading to the non-bacterial chronic prostatitis and eventually to premature ejaculation. Doctors usually believe that the main cause of PE is psychological, but modern research has provided sufficient evidence to assume that chronic prostatitis is linked to premature ejaculation. Also Dr. Screponi from Italy, claims that the pathogenesis of prostate inflammation is one of the key causes of early ejaculation. Therefore it is crucial for men to go through a careful prostate examination before any psychological sexual therapy for premature ejaculation is suggested.
– Frequent masturbation or other excessive sexual practices contribute to PE by causing huge zinc or dopamine deficiency and by overstimulation of testicles and prostate gland.
– Low serotonin levels caused by poor diet (deficiency of tryptophan, magnesium, zinc, vitamin B6 and folate), physical inactivity and lack of sunlight.
– Toxins, free radicals, harmful radiation.
– Nutritional deficiencies. One of the main physical causes of PE may be vitamin and mineral deficiencies, especially Zinc, Magnesium, Vitamin D and all B-vitamins.
– Unhealthy, refined diet high in sugar and bad fats such as margarine and commercial refined oils high of pro-inflammatory omega 6 fatty acids.
– Hormonal imbalance cause by stress, lack of zinc, vitamin B5 and B6, drinking tap water contaminated with estradiol, and foods and water stored in plastic containers.
– Stress, depression, and anxiety.
– Genetic abnormalities.
– Negative past sexual experiences, fear of failure, relationship problems, etc.
The most important element of treatment is lifestyle and diet according to the HEALTH RECOVERY PLAN > as it deals with any possible causes of the PE.
– Treat the most common cause of PE, which is PROSTATITIS >
– Address Depression and Anxiety >
– Increase Serotonin > levels by exercise, sunlight, L-tryptophan (5-HTP), zinc, magnesium, folic acid, vitamin B6, and consuming complex carbohydrates instead of refined ones. All factors that help increase serotonin levels and signalling in the brain slow ejaculation and have been used with success to treat PE.
– Learn to control stress >.
– Exercise every day for 30 to 60 min.
SUPPLEMENTS & HERBAL REMEDIES
– RHODIOLA: Scientific studied proved it helped to improve in premature ejaculation and weak erection.
– ASHWAGANDHA: “Ashwagandha, widely known as Indian ginseng, is one of the best herbal remedies for the PE disorder. It has been used for centuries to cure various problems of male health including premature ejaculation. It is known to restore sex drive and endurance. The herb allows the blood to flow more freely during sexual arousal by relaxing the body. This is definitely a huge benefit to PE sufferers. The rich properties of the herb can greatly help in improving both mental as well as physical health that allows man to last longer in bed. Moreover, ashwagandha is proved to be very useful in re-energizing all the internal organs and systems of the body. In addition to uncontrollable ejaculation, ashwagandha herb can also treat other sexual disorders like erectile dysfunction and impotence too.”
– There is no Premature Ejaculation reported by people who take A-lipoic acid yet > It is recommanded to take Alpha Lipoic Acid with Acetyl L-Carnitine as in studies they both seemed to worked even better in slowing down ageing process and regenerating damaged nerves and mitochondria (cell’s power stations)! Acetyl L-Carnitine and Alpha lipoic acid can also prevent any harmful oxidative process in mitochondrial metabolism of penile cells.
– Good quality multivitamin-mineral formula such as VM-2000, VM-75, Special Two, etc: 1 after breakfast.
– Zinc: 50 mg after breakfast. Zinc should be accompanied by at least 0.5 mg of copper.
– Methylcobalamin (must be sublingual): 2000 mcg under the tongue only after breakfast.
– Vitamin D3: 20,000 IU a day. You must also take 2 x 400 mg of good Magnesium as vitamin D leads to its deficiency and without enough magnesium in the body vitamin D is useless.
– Hops is an excellent herb which is very beneficial for the nervous system, sexual addictions and PE.
– If anxiety and stress are among the factors that cause premature ejaculation then apart from Hops also Avena sativa (Oat straw extract) and Tulsi (Holy Basil) might be helpful.
– Other herbal remedies which are also believed to be beneficial in healing early ejaculation include: Angelica, Tribulus terrestris, Ginseng, White onions, Ginkgo biloba, Centaurium, Almond milk, and Ginger.
Please keep in mind that herbal remedies do not always work quickly so in order to see the results sometimes patience is required.
Remember that the most important element of treatment is lifestyle and diet according to the HEALTH RECOVERY PLAN > as it deals with any possible causes of the PE.
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