Premature Ejaculation – Rooted in Our Animal Past?
Excerpts from British rag/website LADBIBLE on Premature Ejaculation:
Shooting your load too early (Premature Ejaculation) is something that no one wants. You don’t want to get excited for sex and then for everything to be over within a couple of seconds.
Interestingly, a lot more people suffer from premature ejaculation than you probably think.
Most guys probably wouldn’t bring this up with their mates as there’s a hell of a lot of stigmas attached to not being a stallion in the bedroom.
There are both psychological and biological reasons behind why a guy might blow it early.
Anxiety over wanting to perform well in the sack encourages ejaculation, as does worry over erectile dysfunction. Having abnormal hormone levels, low serotonin, thyroid problems, or diabetes can also play a role in ejaculating quicker.
It was thought that orgasming too quickly was a trait that had worked its way from the animal kingdom into human DNA. Some male mammals observed in the wild bust a nut quickly. That has led biologists to question whether it was just an evolutionary thing that some men would have to increase their chances of passing on their seed.
A study looked at 500 couples from five different countries and found the average time taken to ejaculate during intercourse was around five-and-a-half minutes. However, it’s up to each couple to decide if they’re happy with the time taken. There is no definition of how long sex should last.
Occasional episodes of premature ejaculation are common and aren’t a cause for concern. However, if you’re finding that around half of your attempts at sex result in premature ejaculation, it might help to get treatment.
The “traced back to the animal kingdom/DNA” bit seems misplaced in the article, but theoretically, make senses. Let’s say, for example, you’re a monkey. You want to finish the act quickly, not for seed spreading as the article states, but for survival. Sex is a distraction. This makes you vulnerable to predators like hawks, big cats, and psycho ex-girlfriend monkeys. Maybe cavemen nutted quickly so they wouldn’t be carried off by a pterodactyl. Or because they didn’t have showers in those days so coupling was most likely not as pleasant as sex in the Hot Running Water era.
And if your partner is less than pleased with you after sex, remember things could be worse. Just ask the male Praying Mantis (click the link to find out why.)
Though we get a lot of calls looking for it, there is NO pill that makes a man delay ejaculation. Common sense tells you this. If it did exist it would be more famous than Viagra because we’d all be taking it. But there IS help available. We offer a treatment that’ll enable you to stay hard from between a half-hour up to two hours. You choose. Call to find out more.