Premature Ejaculation - Caused by Intimacy Fear & Performance Anxiety

Heart attacks, strokes, high blood pressure, stomach ulcers, even sexual dysfunction can occur thanks to anxiety. A byproduct of mental and emotional dilemmas, anxiety can damage the body’s brain chemistry and bodily functions.

Anxiety, when induced in moderate amounts, helps improve concentration on important tasks, creates new life perspectives and presents challenges. When anxiety levels maintain a consistently high level, men can suffer from insomnia, emotional disorders and premature ejaculation.
Intimacy Anxiety Causes
For some men, the effects of performance anxiety or intimacy fear can wear out the endocrine and nervous system. People with intimacy and performance anxiety are more sensitive in certain region of the brain (Nucleus Accumbens) and can influneced by two types of neurochemicals (GABA and serotonin).

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In fact, deficient amounts of GABA and serotonin are responsible for norandrenergic sympathetic nerve function overpowering the parasympathetic nerve control of an ejaculation. The end result can cause premature ejaculations for men, producing embarrassing, often debilitating side effects such as creating more fear and nervousness toward intimacy. 
Hidden Stress Creates Anxiety
Stress from work, relationships or from sexual exhaustion can cause decreased enjoyment, heightened pain and sensitivity, increased  impotence and premature ejaculation side effects. Stress and stress-related anxiety induce these problems by weakening the parasympathetic nerves, which are responsible for controlling a man’s urge to ejaculate. [Learn: ways to reduce anxiety]
Also, people suffering from sexual exhaustion often have problems with digestion and absorption of calcium compounds. These essential calcium compounds are needed in the synaptic fluid for proper ejaculatory nerve conductivity and balanced electrolytes. Normally, the impulses needed to ejaculation take time and enough mental stimulation to orgasm. In cases of performance anxiety, the sympathetic nerves become over excited and overworked. Anxiety-induced men often begin sex with a strong impulse to ejaculate.
Antidepressants Make It Worse
Doctors might prescribe antidepressants and topical anesthetic creams to treat premature ejaculation. Most common prescribed antidepressants are SSRI, Sertraline, Paroxetine or Fluoxetine to help delay ejaculations. For some men, these drugs have unbearable side effects such as: drowsiness, decreased libido, weak erection, penis shrinkage and termination of seminal production.[1],[2],[3]

Did You Know?

The majority of men experience anxiety issues at least once in their lives. Find out how most men combat these issues. 
To Calm and Not To Come It's easy for most people just shout out "calm down" to try and eliminate anxiety and nervousness. But there is a right way--and a wrong method--to reduce anxiety. Calming Herbs like Passion Flower, Griffonia, and Avena Sativa help reduce anxiety while improving ejaculatory valve strength. Look into various natural remedies below to find the right solution for eliminating stress and improving endurance.

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Ways to Eliminate Stress & Reduce Performance Anxiety

Stress causes early ejaculation and many erectile dysfunctions by overexciting the sympathetic nerves, produce unhealthy stress hormones, and weakening the parasympathetic nerves controlling the ejaculation valve. Exposure to a long-term stressful... Read more
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