When a man suffers from early seed release, he might wonder about his member health. The good news is that this is rarely a true member health issue.
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By John Dugan
Sure, it’s embarrassing to be in the midst of an encounter and suddenly realize the end is going to come way too soon. So soon, in fact, that early seed release means an abrupt stop to part of the activity. Suave men know to keep the action going through other means, but it still leads to many questions about member health. What’s interesting is that early seed release often is not a problem with male organ care or member health; rather, it’s a problem of not knowing the body well enough to be able to control the problem.
Of course, this is not always the case; there are some men who will indeed have a member health issue that leads to early seed release as one of the symptoms. But in most cases, early release can be remedied with time and patience, not with medications or treatments.
It’s quite easy to say that early release has to do with being a novice in bed, or not having nearly enough experience with a new partner. And in some cases, that might be entirely true. But that particular scenario doesn’t explain why it happens to men of all ages, even those who have decades of experience under their belts. It also doesn’t explain why sometimes it happens, and other times, it doesn’t.
The common thread among men who deal with early seed release is a question of timing. For instance, how long are they trying to last? For some men, lasting for an hour or more is asking the impossible, even if they do everything they can to prolong the experience. Today’s society seems to expect that men are ready for action at all times, able to last as long as they want and of course, be able to perform in a wide variety of ways to keep their partners happy. But as most men are very aware, life doesn’t always work out the way the media and society suggests it should!
Unfortunately, what might be a perfectly natural thing becomes something that appears to be a problem. When a man has an early release – that is, a seed release that occurs within a few minutes of starting sensual play – a man might experience feelings of frustration, worries about his performance, short term or long term depression, anxiety, negative feelings between partners, and even questions about whether he deserves to have a satisfying sensual life.
Rather than allow these emotions to frame the experience, it’s much better for a man to view sensual activity as being on a continuum of pleasure, one that has peaks and valleys. For instance, a man who deals with early seed release might draw confidence from self-fondling before activity with a partner, or accepting his early release as just part of the experience and continuing on to another release later in the session.
It’s also important that a man develop his manual and oral pleasuring skills, so that he doesn’t wind up unsure of what to do after that first big bang. If he can begin to see that first release as just the beginning, he is bound to have a much better time – and it’s safe to say his partner will be quite thrilled!
No matter how a man chooses to approach the issue of early seed release, it’s important to remember that this might not be a member health issue at all. But male organ care is still vitally important, which is why a man should always have a powerful male organ health crème(health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) on hand. A good crème can help ensure a man’s skin stays supple, sensitive and smooth with the application of Shea butter and vitamin E, as well as other nutrients proven to help improve member health.