Too Stressed for Sex: Working at a Difficult Job Leaves Him Enough Endurance to Last Two Minutes in the Bedroom

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

Overworked in a stressful job, he goes home each night feeling exhausted. He continues to want sex, but to his chagrin, he climaxes in just a few minutes. He feels he’s disappointing himself and his girlfriend, and he’s desperate to improve intimacy between them.

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Concern:

My job sucks, and I mean really sucks. I’m the maintenance manager of an apartment complex, and all day long I race from one unit to the next fixing toilets, changing light bulbs and generally listening to people complain. When I get home at night, I feel physically exhausted and mentally drained. I still want sex – what guy doesn’t? But I’m so tired I come in under two minutes. My girl is disappointed, and I feel like a bum. How can I delay orgasm so sex is more enjoyable? I don’t want it to be just a way to get off. I want it to be special so my girl knows I love her.

Discussion:

Here’s what you need to know about stress: it is unavoidable in today’s world. So no, we are not going to tell you to eliminate stress from your life, because that is impossible. Instead, we’re going to give you some advice. Learn to manage stress, and you’ll enjoy harder, more sustainable erections.
 
Out of Your Control
Millions of men experience premature ejaculation. This is a condition in which you come sooner than you want more often than you like. The most marked trait is your partner’s and/or your dissatisfaction with sex because it doesn’t last long enough for both of you to enjoy.
 
Men can suffer premature ejaculation for a variety of reasons, including masturbating in their youth. This act is often performed under pressure, when teens climax quickly to avoid being caught. They deal with fear and arousal at the same time, which leads to heightened feelings of excitement. The potent combination of excitement and rapid, almost compulsive jacking-off causes climax to become reflexive. Even in adulthood, this can be hard to unlearn.
 
Another scenario is the relief of stress sex provides to men. Whereas women think of sex as a way to bond emotionally and physically, men perceive it as a release that relaxes their bodies and clears their minds. When this release becomes habitual, premature ejaculation can become the norm.

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The Negative Influence of Stress
Factored into this equation is the impact of stress itself. It works on the male body in a variety of ways, starting with the fact that stress or anxiety can cause high blood pressure. In turn, weak blood flow to the penis may cause erectile dysfunction (ED). Even one bout of ED can lower a man’s sexual confidence and force him to think he must hurry and orgasm while he’s actually hard. This is a precursor to premature ejaculation.
 
Stress also shuts down all systems not pertinent to the body’s immediate survival. This means sex hormones drop so the body can focus on more important tasks. Lower levels of testosterone mean more inhibited sexual responses.
 
Finally, stress overrides the animalistic sex drive inherent in all people – some simply have imbalanced hormone levels that interfere with desire. The brain’s cerebral functions take over, and if sex has been previously perceived as a stress reliever, it will again be viewed in the same light. The brain will therefore prompt rapid ejaculation to ease anxious feelings.
 
Expert Management System
To manage stress, ask yourself what hobby or activity – don’t say sex – you most enjoy. Perhaps the answer is bowling, walking the dog or playing guitar. Whatever you’re drawn to, engage regularly to give yourself me time. It’s tempting to go home and lay on the couch after a hard day, and sometimes that’s exactly what you need to do. But you also need something in your life besides work.
 
Reflexology is a great way to relax in the evening and rejuvenate your body. (TRY: Reflexology Treatment for Premature Ejaculation) Based on the theory that pressure points in the hands and feet connect to other parts of the body, reflexology relieves stress – it’s akin to getting a foot massage. By focusing on the right points in the foot, it can also correct premature ejaculation.
 
You’ll want to give special attention to the heel, center and ball areas of your feet; these correspond respectively to the testicles, kidneys and adrenal gland. When combined with the herbal formula of Calm Pills for Hyperactively Aroused Premature Ejaculation, you’ll notice rapid results that lead to more endurance during sex. Did we mention sex will also feel much better?

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