Too Much Pot Has His Sex Life in a Knot: His Prior Smoking Now Causes Occasional Premature Ejaculation

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By Jean Dohm Conditions: Men's Premature Ejaculation Causes: marijuana Age: 18 - 35

He smoked marijuana as a 20-year old and now, 10 years later, fears this former habit prevents him from enjoying sex with his wife. He struggles with occasional premature ejaculation, a condition linked to pot by scientific studies. Before his marriage hits rough weather, he wants a way to stop PE and make passionate love to his wife.

Case #: 
1929

Concern:

Ten years ago, when I was 20, I started hanging with a strange group of people. We didn’t do much but smoke marijuana and play videogames. I also dated a girl who smoked. We’d enjoy a few tokes before sex because I thought it helped me last longer. I recently stopped smoking and got married, but I think my drug use has caught up to me. I suffer occasional premature ejaculation, which I believe is an after-effect of pot. I need a way to correct this problem – I love my wife and want to have the best sex possible every time we’re intimate.

Discussion:

One of the most widely-held myths about marijuana is that it helps a man last longer in bed. This might be true on a few occasions, but the long-term effects of repeated smoking can devastate a man’s sex life. It causes erectile dysfunction, inability to orgasm and premature ejaculation.
 
Many people argue against these claims, stating marijuana enhances sex. We’re not trying to dispute these beliefs because people base their perceptions on their own experiences. If one male has enjoyed harder erections or more powerful orgasms because of marijuana, we say only this: the drug’s long-term effects are different from those of the short-term.

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Marijuana and the Human Body
Because it is the most regularly-used drug in the world, a number of studies have examined the effects of cannabis on the male sexual response. One of these studies appeared in The Journal of Sexual Medicine and explained THC is the active ingredient in marijuana. THC interferes with cannabinoid receptors in the brain, which in turn gives the “high” feeling so popular with marijuana.
 
But THC does more than make a person feel good. It also impairs brain function and slows physical responses. Receptors similar to those in the brain have been found in the penis. This suggests marijuana can have a similar effect on both organs: impaired response.
 
Another study from La Trobe University sought to determine the effects of marijuana on orgasm. Men who smoked daily were found to experience premature ejaculation three times as often as those who don’t smoke. Marijuana use has also been found to contribute to testicular cancer.
 
The Impact on Relationships
A crucial aspect of premature ejaculation is the toll it takes on relationships. It causes embarrassment for men and discomfort for women. Meanwhile, neither knows how to talk about it.
 
Some women turn to sex toys to reach the orgasms they miss during sex. This can again make a male partner feel guilty or inadequate. As sex becomes increasingly difficult to discuss, many couples feel a wedge of silence spring between them. Some partners may even feel resentful because their bottled emotions cannot be shared.
 
Take Control and Enjoy Sex
The Boston Medical Group states premature ejaculation can be controlled, and we completely agree. Without the aid of sex toys, creams or gels, you can overcome this condition. All you need are a willing partner and patience.
 
Your first step is to try the Masters and Johnson Squeeze Method. Developed by the research team of Bill Masters and Virginia Johnson, this technique helps a man garner control of his body. It keeps you in the moment of sex – your mind cannot wander, or the technique won’t work. It also forces you to learn your body’s responses and how to regulate them.
 
With the Squeeze Method, your partner stimulates you until you’re on the brink of orgasm. You then signal her to stop, at which point you squeeze your penis and she applies gentle pressure to the shaft. After 10 to 20 seconds, you both relax and then, 30 seconds later, resume the same steps. Don’t be surprised if you lose part of your erection during the squeeze and wait process – this is normal.
 
In conjunction with the Squeeze Method, we recommend you take a penis rejuvenation blend known as the Climax Control Herbal Formula. It is formulated with all-natural herbs and minerals to encourage healthy penis tissues Ingredients like Passion Flower and Selenium also soothe nerves to reduce the likelihood of premature ejaculation.

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