11:02 AM | 08-07-2021

How to cure premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction naturally?

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04:16 PM | 11-10-2021

Hello User,

Premature Ejaculation occurs when a person with a penis climaxes before they or their partner would have wanted to during sex. People dealing with premature ejaculation tend to orgasm within 1 minute of being stimulated sexually and are usually unable to delay ejaculation. 
The condition can lead to anxiety and frustration. But, there are some tips that can help.


Incorporating foods into your diet that are rich in zinc and magnesium may help increase the time it takes you to climax. These foods include -

  • pumpkin seeds, 
  • spinach, 
  • wheat germ cereal, 
  • almonds, 
  • kidney beans, 
  • chick peas, 
  • sesame seeds, 
  • dark chocolates, 
  • garlic, 
  • peas.

Pelvic floor exercises 

Strengthening your pelvic floor muscles can have a big impact on how long it takes you to climax.

  • Find the right muscles by stopping mid-stream while peeing or tightening the muscles that stop you from passing gas.
  • While laying down, contract your pelvic floor muscles for 3 seconds and then relax for 3 secs.
  • Do this 10 times a row and repeat it atleast 3 times a day.
  • Gradually increase the number of seconds as your muscles become stronger. Try new positions, such as standing, walking, or sitting down.
  • Don't forget to breathe and remember to focus on your pelvic floor muscles.
  • Don't tighten your abs, thighs or buttocks. 

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