Men Suffering from Erotic Electrostimulation


The fundamental problem with electronic sexual stimulation is that it is too intense for the sex organs.  Frequent electronic stimulation in the PC (pelvic) muscles and prostate will train the prostate nerves to ejaculate as soon as possible.  Thus, overuse of electronic sexual stimulation can result in premature ejaculation for men by damaging the prostate nerves.

It is common for sex organ damage to occur at an intensive rate of electronic stimulation, such as 10 cycles per second.  However, if electronic sexual stimulation can be adjusted to a lower magnitude, such as 1 to 2 cycles per second, it can be safely used as an adult toy. Unfortunately, some men often over-indulged themselves and addicted to it.

For men who suffer from overuse of electric stimulation, these herbs are beneficial to you:

  • Ginkgo Biloba is an herb used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine to improve blood circulation to the genitals.
  • American Ginseng and Maca help to rejuvenate your entire body.
  • Horny Goat Weed and Yohimbe will help increase flood flow and nutrient absorption for greater sexual energy.

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vlad2008v posted on Wed, 06/05/2013 - 11:46
Some men really will do anything to stimulate themselves huh? I can't even begin to imagine ever using electronic sexual stimulation to help me. Electricity and my sexual organs do not mix in my world. Sounds dangerous right off the back. Good luck if you have an injury from this. I think you had it coming.
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