Men can also be affected by low desire or lack of sexual desire. Many of the causes and possible solutions are the same as for women. On the other hand, early (premature) ejaculation is another primary concern among men. It is the most common complaint among men under 40. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is also a common complaint among ageing men. Often, over the counter drugs can help to treat it.
Reasons for premature orgasm
Men may develop the habit of rapid ejaculation when seeking quick release during masturbation. When a man feels pressure to hurry during sex with a partner, he may default to this habit of reaching orgasm quickly.
What You Can Do
The best way to solve the problem of early ejaculation is to learn behaviour control. By understanding what is happening in your head and body before ejaculation, you can learn to slow down and pay attention so you can last longer. Alternatively, your physician may prescribe a medication that helps delay orgasm.
For both men and women, it is crucial to understand that sex is not necessarily about intercourse and having an orgasm. It is about touch, pleasure, and building an intimate connection with yourself or with another person. Communicate with each other, seek help when needed and support each other. With these, you’ll make your bedroom fun again!