#1 WORST Cause of Premature Ejaculation

by Brandon Thomas

Premature EjaculationDo you know the #1 WORST cause of premature ejaculation?

Read all of this page and you’ll discover what you can do today to quickly reverse premature ejaculation and gain more staying power in the bedroom!

If most men knew the answer to the question above, then they wouldn’t feel so anxious, embarrassed, and humiliated that they don’t last long enough in the bedroom.

They definitely would not be reading this article.

Don’t get me wrong– I am not making light of how one feels.

I understand that is a real feeling… it is an embarrassing and shameful feeling when you suffer from premature ejaculation.

The moment of agony and grief after the gun goes off too quickly– wondering what SHE is thinking.

Is she laughing at me? Disappointed in my performance?

Thinking about someone else?  Will she eventually leave me?  How many more times can she pretend it doesn’t matter?

It is an awful moment.  It is an awful feeling.  It is a destructive thought process that only makes things worse.

However, there are steps that you can take starting right now that can alleviate all this worry.  The true cause of premature ejaculation is more complex than any one single element and in order to really combat it you should follow a comprehensive approach.

However, the #1 worst cause of premature ejaculation is low serotonin levels.

Serotonin is a chemical in the brain called a neurotransmitter.

Serotonin is responsible for feelings of calmness and relaxation.

Low levels of serotonin have been linked to anxiety disorders as well as depression and premature ejaculation.

So what does serotonin have to do with premature ejaculation?

First let’s take a look at how you are wired physiologically and what happens when you ejaculate.

When a man is sexually aroused, whether by sight or physical contact, hormones are released in the brain that dilate blood vessels in the penis causing an erection.brainfood

Men who ejaculate prematurely suffer from a hormonal imbalance (low levels of serotonin).

Ejaculation is controlled by the sympathetic nervous system as opposed to the parasympathetic nervous system.

What does this mean?

It means that you have NO control over ejaculation, it’s a simple reflex.

Remember when you were a kid and the doctor used to tap you on the knee with his instrument, and your leg would kick?

The doctor was testing your “reflexes.”

This is an example of the sympathetic nervous system.

You can’t control it.

The moment that instrument hit your knee, chemicals were released in the spinal cord that instantaneously caused you to kick your leg up.

No matter how hard you tried not to move your leg, you couldn’t “will” it into not moving.

The same holds true for ejaculation.

It’s a reflex.

Once those chemicals have been released in your spinal cord, your body is told to ejaculate. No matter how hard you try to control it, you simply can’t.

It’s just the way a reflex is.

Therefore, you must address this fact when discussing how to stop premature ejaculation.

According to Dr. William Ganong, M.D., a noted physician, physiologist, and medical educator whose textbook entitled “Review of Medical Physiology” has taught reproductive physiology to tens of thousands of physicians over several decades, “Ejaculation is a 2 part spinal reflex that involves emission, the movement of the semen into the urethra; and the ejaculation proper, the propulsion of the semen out of the urethra at the time of orgasm.”

Again, this simply means that ejaculation is a spinal reflex AND can NOT be controlled, the same way as you can’t control your knee jerking when the doctor taps it!  When your body is ready to ejaculate, you can NOT stop it or “will” it to stop.

It’s a reflex.

So for you to think you can help yourself and “think” your way into preventing premature ejaculation  is not realistic.

Serotonin Inhibits Reflexes (Delays orgasm)

Brain chemicals can have an inhibitory effect on spinal messages. The important chemical that can inhibit spinal cord messages is serotonin.

For years physicians have been using medication known as SSRI’s. This stands for selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors.

These medications have been used most widely to treat depression and anxiety, but they have also been proven effective for men with premature ejaculation.

The problem is that many men do not want to risk their health and wellness to prescription drugs.

The thought of taking medication with potential ill effects, side effects, or unknown long term effects have many men skeptical of starting these medications.

There are natural ways that increase serotonin safely and naturally.

However, ONLY increasing serotonin is probably not the best way to last longer and end premature ejaculation.

It is known that there are 3 other steps one should take to eliminate premature ejaculation fully.

To learn natural ways to increase serotonin and to discover 3 more steps that when combined can put an end to premature ejaculation in less than 7 days, then check out the next page.

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References:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24712716

https://www.auanet.org/education/guidelines/premature-ejaculation.cfm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Premature_ejaculation