Natural Solution for Rapid Ejaculation with Thyroid Hormone Disorder


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Thyroid conditions affect millions of people. When the thyroid is out of balance, it adversely influences all bodily systems, causing them to work improperly. Too little thyroid hormone production can leave a person feeling tired and weak. Too much thyroid hormone production can leave an individual gaining weight at an unhealthy pace and being unable to sleep because of sleeping disorders. It has been estimated that over 72 percent of males with hyperthyoridism suffer from premature ejaculation.[1]

This Solution May Help If you:
  • Can't hold an ejaculation longer than 10 minutes due to thyroid problems
  • Experience a hard time sustaining a firm erection
  • Encounter excessive thyroid hormones production that reduces acetylcholine receptor synthesis
  • Lost the desire for sex
  • Have trouble sleeping or have sudden, rapid heart beats
  • Experience weakness and exhaustion upon waking up
  • Feel a constant nervous feeling
Supplements Formulated Based On These Healing Herbs:
Thyroid Disorder Can Be The Source of Your Premature Ejaculation Problems
It’s no secret that thyroid disorder is one of the leading causes of premature ejaculation. In fact, a research study conducted by Dr. Carani (published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism) found that half of all men with hyperthyroidism suffer from premature ejaculation too.[2]

Even minor fluctuations of the thyroid hormone can cause complications such as tremors, excessive sweating, constipation, dry skin, stiffness, increased appetite, insomnia and sexual dysfunctions. An overactive thyroid gland produces excessive hormones that serve to deactivate the hypothalamus and pituitary glands, reducing the production of acetycholine that causes premature ejaculations.

How Rapid Ejaculation with Thyroid Hormone Disorder Helps
Herbal and mineral ingredients such as Astragalus Complanatus, Os Draconis, Passion Flower, Kelp (iodine), Ashwagandha, Irish Moss, Panax Ginseng (Ren Shen), zinc and selenium help to maintain:
  • Normal function of the thyroid gland
  • Regulate the stable production of thyroid hormones and acetylcholine function
  • Strengthen the parasympathetic nerves for ejaculation control
Irish Moss, Ashwagandha, Mucuna Pruiens (also known as Ci Mao Li Dou) and Kelp are loaded with natural vitamins, minerals and trace elements of algin, carrageenan, iodine, mucopolysaccharides, mannitol and alginic acid. Together, the herbs modulate and rejuvenate the thyroid glands; maintain the balance the production of T3; and balance the conversion of T4 to T3.

In conjunction with Astragalus Complanatus, Os Draconis, Panax Ginseng (Ren Shen) and Passion Flower (also known as Ji Qing Hua) calm the hyper-sensitized parasympathetic nerves and ejaculation reflex arc. Os Draconis contains rich amounts of the special calcium ion complex that is critical for the nerve endings to work properly. Healing herbs in this formula too help men with hyperthyroidism in terms of stabilizing circulating sex steroids and SHBG levels in the body.

Motherwort & Hyperthyroidism
Motherwort has multiple functions. It's very effective in soothing hyperthyroidism symptoms: fast heart beats (palpitations), irregular heart beats, nerveousness and anxiety that leads to uncontrollable ejaculations.

What to get


Nerve Axon & Thyroid Rejuvation - For Premature Ejaculation & Thyroid Support, (Rejuven Natural)
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Liquid, Pills Ashwagandha, Astragalus Complanatus, Iodine, Irish Moss, Kelp, Mucuna Pruriens, Os Draconis, Panax Ginseng, Passion Flower
Rejuven Axon With Motherwort Thyroid Support - 60 tabs + 1 oz, (Rejuven Natural)
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Liquid, Pills Ashwagandha, Astragalus Complanatus, Motherwort, Mucuna Pruriens, Os Draconis, Panax Ginseng, Passion Flower

Reference: 
  1. ^Cihan A, Demir O, Demir T, Aslan G, Comlekci A, Esen A., The relationship between premature ejaculation and hyperthyroidism., J Urol. 2009 Mar;181(3):1273-80. Epub 2009 Jan 29.
  2. ^Cesare Carani, Andrea M. Isidori, Antonio Granata, Eleonora Carosa, Mario Maggi, Andrea Lenzi and Emmanuele A. Jannini, Multicenter Study on the Prevalence of Sexual Symptoms in Male Hypo- and Hyperthyroid Patients, The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism December 1, 2005 vol. 90 no. 12 6472-6479.


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Gergo Fekete's picture
Gergo Fekete posted on Sun, 10/14/2012 - 17:40
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An article from Health Magazine that discussed Thyroid hormone played a major role in preamture ejeculation problem. The article indicated that 7.3 minutes or less are considered premature ejucation. About 50% of men with hyperthyroidism have PE problem. That's just high!
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Stephen Kwan posted on Wed, 03/20/2013 - 01:06
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The HPT Axis modualtes TSH and T3 prodcution. Sexually exhausted men might have disrupted their HPT axis coordination through years of masturbatory abuse that resulted in overactive thyroid. Typical symptoms including anxiety, nervousness, occasionally heart racing, sleep problems, brittle hair, and rapid ejaculation.
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Bennett Punn posted on Mon, 05/13/2013 - 10:42
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At one of my physicals I got everything tested because my father had just been diagnosed with cancer. Just to be extra careful I checked everything and turns out that my thyroid hormones are actually out of balance. I started freaking out but there was nothing really wrong.

Because of my freak out I noticed that I couldn't hold my ejaculation for longer than 10 minutes and thought I was going crazy. Now I knew what was wrong, my thyroid hormones. I am hoping to fix all of this with Nerve Axon & Thyroid Rejuvation in order to get everything rejuvenated and restarted.

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hemanta panda posted on Sat, 10/29/2016 - 21:21
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