By now you are probably familiar with the widespread use of libido and virility enhancing products and its far-reaching appeal to those men who suffer from erectile dysfunction. It has become a revelation over the last decade, giving many men back the sex lives they once enjoyed, but had been cruelly robbed of for a whole multitude of reasons.
Whilst the popularity of the ‘little blue pill’ is no longer in doubt, at the other end of the spectrum, many sufferers of PE (or premature ejaculation) have not been so lucky in the remedies department, with a notable absence of any medical answer to their equally frustrating symptoms.
That is, until now.
Delay the pleasure, don’t remove it
Recently, desensitizing sprays such as those made by Promescent, have been entering the market, and are backed by vigorous research.
Promescent delay spray is a lidocaine-based spray that gets absorbed into the skin. Lidocaine is a numbing agent, meaning it causes body tissue to go numb, thus lessening physical stimulus.
A research published in Nature magazine unravelled more than 20% chance for both partners to climax during intercourse and overall longer intercourse.
Delay sprays being taken up by users who suffer from extreme premature ejaculation, as well as those who simply want their sexual encounters to be a little longer than they currently are, and judging by the testimonies on their product listings, this is a product that has not disappointed many.
Application is as simple as spraying directly onto the penis, rubbing it in, and letting it dry. This topical and localized way of medicating is preferential to systemic medication, in that there are no nasty side-effects (such as nausea and dizziness) associated with pills that claim to have similar effects. Delaying sprays are simple, effective, and don’t come with the headaches and nausea that the pills might.
There is also the added bonus that these sprays can be bought online, without the need to see a doctor. In fact, many doctors actually recommend Promescent as the first option to try if you suffer from PE, as this particular product is FDA approved and backed up by clinical data and research. While it shares similar traits to other sprays, there is a slight difference with this one, as it doesn’t numb your organ to the point of not feeling anything at all. Their patented technology controls the lidocaine, which means you get a pretty normal feeling from intercourse, but with far more control than usual.
Behavioural techniques and general fitness
Of course, it is also sensible to employ other techniques whilst using a product such as Promescent, to maximize your staying power, and get even more mileage out of your sexual performances. From the ‘stop-start’ technique (which involves stopping when you feel over-stimulated, and carrying on once you gain control), to the ‘squeeze’ technique (which involves squeezing the top of the penis for 30 seconds when you feel ready to climax), there are ways to help you overcome the urge, and train yourself to relax when needed.
It is also worth noting that If you happen to have a waist of over 40inches, it is within your interest to reduce your weight a little, as studies have shown that men over this waist size suffer from PE far more than men who aren’t. With a whole host of other obvious benefits to getting in shape, there really isn’t a better time to dust of those running shoes, and trim down ready for those longer sex sessions that you are looking to achieve!
Between the delay sprays, a fitter, trimmer self, and the behavioural techniques that were mentioned above, you should see some pretty impressive results. Premature ejaculation doesn’t have to be the anchor around your neck that you may feel it currently is. The sex life that you have always dreamed of may be closer than you imagine.