There are hundreds of reasons to focus on male organ health, but one reason why men make it a priority is because a healthy manhood is generally in a better position to perform better sensually. Almost every man worries at some point about male organ function and how an issue in this area could impact his sensual life. One of the more common male organ function challenges involves early on emission. |
Guys don’t like to talk about early on emission, much less admit that they suffer from it, but it is actually a fairly common predicament. There have been numerous studies which have tried to determine exactly how common, with most finding that between 20% and 70% of men reported experiencing early on emission at some time in their lives. One of the reasons for the wide variance in percentages is that until recently there was no solid definition for early on emission. (In recent years, an accepted definition includes releasing within one minute or less of female organ penetration.)
However, while the definition is valuable for research studies, the fact remains that if a man considers himself a early on emitter, even if his emission time is much longer than one minute, then he is going to wish to be able to extend his release time.
So if a man considers himself a early on emitter, what are some strategies he can employ to try to last longer in bed?
- Talk about it. First, it pays to know whether a partner or partners share a man’s assessment. They may be perfectly satisfied with sensual activity the way it is and see no need for him to try to prolong his release time. If this is the case, the man may wish to reconsider his plans.
- Change positions. Different sensual positions can stimulate the manhood in different ways – so trying a new position may allow a man to last longer.
- Wear a latex protector. Sometimes having an extra layer on the member diminishes sensitivity enough that a man can prolong his bed game.
- Edge. Edging is bringing the member to the point at which it almost releases and then stopping – and repeating several times. Many men employ edging when self-pleasuring as a way of learning how to delay emission while coupling. It is recommended a guy try this alone for a while, then discuss a partner-based version – that is, having sensual activity, but withdrawing when emission approaches, letting it subside a little, and then starting up again.
- Self-gratify first. It can often help to self-stimulate before a date, so that when coupling is available a few hours later, the manhood may be less prone to releasing early.
- Work the male organ muscles. Actually, the PC muscle – with PC standing for pubbococcygeus. This is the same muscle a man uses when he is urinating and needs to stop the urine from coming out. And it can play a similar role in preventing emission. Squeezing and releasing that muscle helps to exercise it. One way to do so is to squeeze and release 20 times and then hold it on the last one for 15 or 20 seconds. Repeat this two or three times a day, then move on up to 25 or 30 squeezes, etc.
Early on emission is nothing to be ashamed of – and many men who release quickly are able to continue engaging in sensual activities that please their partners tremendously.
Working male organ function to improve early on emission is easier if the manhood is in good shape, so regular use of a first class male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is an excellent idea. Find a crème that contains L-arginine, an amino acid that can help to keep manhood blood vessels open and expanded when necessary. The creme should also include vitamin C, which helps give male member skin elasticity and also improves blood flow.
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.
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