Premature ejaculation is one of the most common conditions affecting men all over the world. In spite of how common the condition is, many men still feel isolated and alone when they find themselves dealing with it chronically. These men may have a hard time seeking help, especially when standard advice doesn’t help. While common answers can help many cases, some men may need to dig a bit deeper.
Common Problem, Common Answers?
The truth is that most men who deal with early ejaculation can often trace the cause to some common causes. These include poor diet, low exercise and high levels of stress or anxiety. These are the first areas in which men are asked to examine when the problem happens and resolving problems in these three areas often provides relief and becomes the foundation for a long-term and successful treatment plan.
But for some men, these areas offer no help as they ultimately find their nutrition, physical fitness and stress levels are all well within healthy and normal limits. For these men, a closer look at some common health conditions can provide the insight and help they need to treat the condition successfully.
There are a number of conditions which can impact a man’s sexual health and well-being. Most men are aware of the more serious conditions such as heart problems, high blood pressure or diabetes. Too often, though, seemingly minor conditions are overlooked.
- Allergies (Seasonal or Specific) – Allergies are common for many people, including those who suffer from seasonal allergies as well as those with allergies to dust, pet dander, specific foods or other triggers. These allergies are often treated with over the counter medications. Both the allergic reactions and the treatment can affect a man’s sexual performance. It may make him tired, drowsy and unable to achieve or maintain an erection as well as triggering early ejaculation.
- Digestive Problems (Constipation, Diarrhea, etc.) – Problems involving digestion have a direct effect on sexual health. Constipation is well-known for the problems it can cause with being unable to fully empty the bladder or putting pressure on other organs in the same area.
- Muscle Spasms and Aches – As people age, their muscles may tire more easily. These aches and pains are normal and the treatment for them include painkillers and massage treatments. Without treatment, it’s easy to see how these problems can affect a man’s performance. Even with treatment the interaction of painkillers can affect other systems, including a man’s sexual performance.
- Migraines and Chronic Headaches – Chronic migraines are thought to affect between 2 – 3 million people each year in America alone. These headaches impact every aspect of a person’s life, including their sexual health. Once again, both the condition and the more common treatment options can wreak havoc on a man’s stamina and performance.
While understanding how these conditions can impact sexual health, knowing about it only goes so far. For men coping with chronic early ejaculation, considering these less common causes can help them to find the answers they need. In many cases, these conditions are not discussed with their doctor when they initially seek help.
While common causes for early ejaculation are always worth considering, for some men the problem lies elsewhere. Finding the root cause of this troubling condition can be difficult, but examining other conditions and how they may be impacting a man’s health often provides the answer and the key to successful treatment. Working in concert with his medial team, a man can develop a treatment plan to address the underlying condition as well as finding relief from premature ejaculation once and for all.