Monday, 3 August 2015

Do women really want men to last longer in bed?

Do women really want men to last longer in bed?



nexperienced young men who have received most of their sex
education by looking at porn are most affected. They see professional
actors with porn-star bodies perform unrealistic fantasy sex - with a
rock-hard penis - lasting for a very long time. It's no surprise that
for some men all these expectations can damage their confidence.

One
of my clients was a 19-year-old young man who met a girl he really
liked and wanted to make sure he would be a good lover. He'd had some
flings with girls before, but he was worried that he only lasted for
about 10 minutes. When I explained that the "average" ejaculation time
is between three and seven minutes, he could hardly believe it. He
thought it should be at least 20 minutes because some of his "mates"
told him they could last for half an hour or more! He left my office
with a confident big smile on his face.

Premature
ejaculation (PE) is a condition that about 30 per cent of the male
population suffer from, at some time in their lives. Often it's not
physical but psychological - inexperience and worry can cause
performance anxiety. When a man anticipates problems about his
performance, it can become a self-fulfilling fear and it's not unusual
to also start losing erections.