For many men, a big concern when it comes to physical relations is not being able to last long enough to fully enjoy the range of sensation that an intimate encounter has to offer; men may also worry that they come too soon to give their partners pleasure. On the other hand, there are plenty of men who have the opposite problem. While they may have no difficulty getting it up, taking things to the final moment of release can last for an inordinate amount of time, leaving both partners frustrated.
Rather than having a bored partner who spends more than half of a love session counting the cracks in the ceiling and wishing he would get there already, men who have issues with delayed release can overcome the problem by understanding the cause. With the right approach to self-care and male organ health, men may find themselves getting over the top with much less effort, leaving their partners panting for more instead of wishing they would get it over with already.
Symptoms of delayed release
Men who have delayed release problems may need thirty minutes or longer to reach the height of pleasure; some men may be unable to do so at all. In some men, this condition is lifelong; in other words, it has been present since birth. In other men, the condition develops over time; this is known as acquired delayed release.
According to mayoclinic.com, delayed release can be generalized – meaning that it happens all the time. On the other hand, it may be situational; i.e., it only occurs with certain partners, in a particular situation, or with certain techniques. For instance, some men may not be able to come during oral or internal stimulation but have no problem with manual stroking.
Common causes and how to deal with them
Causes of delayed release may be physical, emotional or both. Some of the most prevalent physical causes include surgery, damage to the pelvic nerves, congenital (birth) defects, loss of male organ sensation, or reactions to certain medications.
Emotional factors are complex and sometimes difficult to pin down, but they can stem from childhood issues related to physical pleasure – guilt, shaming, fear of being caught in the act – or from intimacy issues. Mood disorders such as depression and anxiety can also lead to delayed release problems.
Dealing with the inability to come within a reasonable amount of time can require patience, practice and an understanding partner. In some cases, treating an underlying health issue such as diabetes can do the trick, whereas in other instances, counseling and/or medication therapies may be required to deal with emotional or psychological barriers.
Experimenting with different techniques and positions may also heighten sensitivity in some men, decreasing the time needed to reach the ‘O’ moment and making the act more pleasurable.
Male organ care and feeding
In order to function at its best and experience all that physical stimulation has to offer, the male organ should be the picture of health. Smooth, supple male organ skin is not only more attractive to a potential partner; it is generally more responsive. To achieve the optimum healthy, youthful condition that can lead to the best possible relations, regular attention to self-care is needed.
Washing at least once a day is recommended in order to remove any built-up grime, sweat, dead skin cells and body fluids, with special focus on the area under the sheath. Using a latex barrier may not be ideal for the main who already feels like his sensitivity is not up to par, but disease prevention is most important. Men who have sensitivity problems may consider purchasing thinner, sensation-enhancing barrier protection for better results. In addition, applying a high-quality male organ nutrient cream (most health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) once or twice per day can provide the skin of the male organ with the vital nourishment that is needed to keep the male organ healthy, supply and responsive to touch.