Ejaculation Issues

What are ejaculation issues?

Premature ejaculation occurs when a man ejaculates sooner during sexual intercourse than he or his partner would like.

Delayed ejaculation involves experiencing a significant delay before ejaculation or being unable to ejaculate at all, even though the man wants to and his erection is normal.

Premature and delayed ejaculation in my experience, have often been the result of anxiety, stress or self imposed pressure / expectation of sexual performance. It has also occurred if I hadn’t felt comfortable with my partner often due to one-night stands or ‘Tinder’ dates. These methods of meeting women in the modern era often involve an accelerated sexual encounter lacking any emotional connection. This behaviour is more and more being viewed in modern culture as the norm and I don’t believe it is a healthy route to go down for many sensitive men such as myself.

Ejaculation issues can also be caused by drug use, prostate problems and thyroid problems in which I would recommend getting all relevant blood work checked before looking at the psychological aspect of sexual dysfunction.

How I can help

I work with the psychological aspect of ejaculation in which there could be something much deeper than just a dysfunctional organ. General anxiety, performance anxiety, stress and relationship imbalances could all be the root cause of the problem. I use the Emotion Code to remove trapped emotions related to performance anxiety in particular. However, I also feel it’s important for the client to talk to their partner about their trust for each other as well as sexual preferences of what each person desires. Yet again it must be a multi-layered approach as since sexual dysfunction involves people’s own insecurities, vulnerabilities and emotional connection to their partner.