How to Stop Premature Ejaculation With Pressure Points

Men suffering or experiencing occasions of premature ejaculation often seek medical treatment in the form of medication or alternative remedies to enhance their performance. One ancient though effective natural treatment is the use of pressure point therapy to curb such instances, restore confidence and increase pleasure for both parties. Although many men are hesitant to discuss such issues with their partners, communication and cooperation between sexual partners is required for pressure point techniques that will benefit relationships and performance outcomes for many couples.

Step 1

Apply pressure to a point on the male between the anus and the scrotum. In Chinese Tao, this is known as the Conception Meridian or Jen-Mo. This is the location of a duct that, when pressed, may interrupt nerve signals that stimulate ejaculation. The amount of pressure applied to this spot determines the length of the interruption. Pressing the point firmly for a few seconds may be enough to delay the urge to ejaculate for several minutes, while longer pressure may offer additional delay and you can 'start over'.

Step 2

Try what is called the Squeeze, another type of pressure point technique that involves the man or his partner. Gently but firmly squeeze or grasp the head of the penis. This quickly and efficiently drains blood from the penis, reducing the erection and sometimes collapsing it entirely. Once you have control, you can resume sexual activity.

Step 3

Apply internal pressure by pretending you are holding in urine. This engages the muscle called the pubococcygeus. Regular practice applying internal pressure to this muscle can inhibit or slow ejaculation. Another internal pressure point exercise is to clench the buttocks muscles tightly. These internal muscle exercises help reduce contractions of the prostate gland, which when swollen with fluids just before ejaculation fills and elicits the urge to ejaculate.

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