This article particularly deals with men’s issues pertaining to sex. These issues include premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, painful ejaculation, too much time to ejaculate, or other issues related to the men’s sexual health. Right now, we will discuss the main causes of premature ejaculation. Prior going into depth about the causes of premature ejaculation, we will define premature ejaculation and we will discuss how it occurs.
WHat Is Premature Ejaculation?
The term premature ejaculation or PE (also known as rapid ejaculation RE), describes the phenomenon when a person ejaculates during sexual stimulation before intercourse or soon after penetration (or less than a minute after he starts).
There is no set time that how much time a man should consume to ejaculate during sex, but if he ejaculates and loses his erection at the start of intercourse, he is suffering from premature ejaculation. According to different data collection sources, nearly 30% to 40% of people are suffering from PE. 4% of people are those who ejaculate soon after penetration.
How Premature Ejaculation Occures?
Ejaculation is controlled by the central nervous system. Signals are sent to the spinal cord and brain during sexual stimulation. When a man reaches a certain level of excitement, these signals are then sent from the brain to reproductive organs that cause semen to be ejected (through the penis).
In PE, a man ejaculates sooner during sexual intercourse before his own sexual desire. Few people ejaculate soon after penetration. As they push their penis, they ejaculate, and some ejaculate before one minute. Some people fail to control themselves and become frustrated.
The Main Symptoms of Rapid Ejaculation
The main symptom of PE is the inability to delay ejaculation for a sufficient time after penetration. Although the duration of PE differs, the AUA (American Urological Association) defines it as “premature” if it occurs sooner than desired, either before or shortly after penetration, causing distress to either one or both partners. This sufficient time may be one minute to half an hour. However, on average people consume three minutes to seven minutes after penetration. This time depends on the satisfaction of both partners. If both partners are satisfied in two minutes, then it is sufficient time.
15 Reasons of Premature Ejaculation
There are several reasons that contribute in premature ejaculation but we will discuss the main reasons. Below are the main reasons that cause premature ejaculation or rapid ejaculation.
1. Psychological Factors:
Premature ejaculation often finds its roots in psychological factors, where stress, anxiety, or unresolved emotional issues can disrupt the intricate balance of arousal and control. The mind plays a crucial role in sexual performance, and addressing these psychological aspects can be pivotal in managing premature ejaculation. If you have a good command over your brain, you can get your desired result and if you are a psycho patient, you cannot complete your ends. Generally, psychological factors play an important role that includes poor body image, depression, worrying about PE, guilty feelings, or early sexual experiences.
2. Emotional Factors:
Emotions exert a dominant influence on sexual health. Feelings of guilt, fear, misconception, poor relationship with a partner, lack of confidence, poor body image, some concerns over sexual performance, negative feelings about sex, or even excitement can contribute to premature ejaculation. Building emotional intimacy and open communication within a relationship can help alleviate these factors, making a healthier sexual experience.
3. Physical Conditions:
Certain physical conditions such as inflammation, unusual hormone levels, irregular levels of neurotransmitters, or infection of the prostate or urethra may contribute to rapid ejaculation. Addressing these underlying physical issues through medical intervention can be essential in managing and overcoming premature ejaculation.
4. Genetic Traits:
Genetic traits you inherit from your parents might be the cause of PE. Genetic predispositions can influence an individual’s weakness to premature ejaculation. Exploring familial medical histories may provide insights into genetic factors, guiding personalized approaches to treatment.
5. Biological Causes:
Biological factors, like can contribute to premature ejaculation. Understanding these biological nuances can help in developing targeted interventions.
A number of biological factors might contribute to PE. Some of the biological factors include an imbalance in neurotransmitters, an overactive reflex in the ejaculatory system, infection of the urethra or prostate, abnormal levels of brain chemicals, and inherited traits.
6. Medical Factors:
Underlying medical conditions, such as diabetes, thyroid problems, multiple sclerosis, prostate disease, or hypertension can play a role in premature ejaculation. Managing and treating these health issues may subsequently improve ejaculatory control.
7. Drug/Alcohol Use:
Many people drink alcohol or take drugs to enhance their delay time but long practice can cause PE. Meanwhile, you are drunk, your brain works slowly and you may enjoy a sufficient time but it will pay you back through side effects. Moreover, its side effect will lead you to premature ejaculation when you are having intercourse without any alcohol or drug.
8. Erectile Dysfunction:
Sometimes quick ejaculation can be a problem for men with erectile dysfunction (ED). Erectile dysfunction (ED) is another issue among men that causes quick ejaculation. Erectile dysfunction is itself a major issue in which a penis cannot sustain its hardness. Men who cannot maintain erections during sexual intercourse might ejaculate too soon. Sometimes people fail to hold their erection before intercourse and some lose erection soon after penetration. If a man has erectile dysfunction, he should be treated first for ED. Premature ejaculation may not be a problem once the ED is treated.
9. Environmental Factor:
Sometimes environment causes quick ejaculation. The environment means the surroundings or visuals. Some people ejaculate too soon because there is no calmness and there is sufficient noise that is coming outside the room or the footsteps of a streetwalker can disturb the couple which can cause rapid ejaculation.
Anxiety, whether related to performance or other life stressors, can significantly contribute to premature ejaculation. Implementing stress management techniques and addressing performance-related fears can be instrumental in overcoming this issue.
11. Relationship Issues:
Difficulties within a relationship can manifest in sexual performance issues. Open communication, relationship counseling, and mutual support can help alleviate the stressors contributing to premature ejaculation.
12. Performance Pressure:
Feelings of pressure to perform sexually can create a vicious cycle leading to premature ejaculation. Cultivating a supportive and understanding sexual environment can help alleviate performance pressure.
13. Lack of Experience:
Inexperienced individuals may be more susceptible to premature ejaculation due to a lack of familiarity with their own arousal patterns. Open communication and exploration with a partner can contribute to gaining experience and overcoming this factor.
14. Age Factor:
Age can impact sexual function, with younger individuals more prone to rapid ejaculation. However, age-related factors can be managed through various interventions, making age just one aspect of the broader picture. After a period of life, people face erectile dysfunction issues that cause quick ejaculation.
15. Frequency Level:
The frequency of sexual activity can influence ejaculatory control. Irregular sexual encounters or prolonged periods of abstinence may contribute to premature ejaculation. If a man enjoys a too much sex during an early age or practices other ways to ejaculate, he may face PE in his thirties or even after his twenties. Regular, mutually satisfying sexual activity can help in managing this factor.