Premature Ejaculation Therapy.
Traditionally, most sex therapy was performed in an office by a certified practitioner, just like psychotherapy.
Today, most people prefer to use the at-home techniques to treat their premature ejaculation problems instead of seeing a therapist. Is this a good or a bad thing? We’ll take a look at the where premature ejaculation therapy is today.
In today’s world, people turn to pharmaceuticals for help with many of their problems that don’t necessarily require such drastic or expensive measures. Premature ejaculation is one of those problems. The problem with pharmaceuticals in many cases is that they offer chemical help for a problem, but don’t do much to actually fix it; no different from most of the illegal drugs out there. That’s why it’s no surprise that prescription medication has replaced illegal drugs as the preferred way for many desperate Americans to escape their troubles.
Drugs should be the last resort in the case of premature ejaculation, not the first. There are psychological, physical, and herbal therapies that can help you overcome premature ejaculation problems once and for all at home, rather than attempting to treat it with an expensive drug. You can seek out a licensed sex therapist to deal with premature ejaculation if you want, but most of the therapies that were only exclusively recommended by sex therapists are now freely available for anyone to try at home.
One example is the Masters and Johnson method. This method was developed by legendary sex researchers Masters and Johnson, and is the world’s best known premature ejaculation therapy. Although other methods of premature ejaculation therapy, like the squeeze technique and the start-stop method have also become well- known; Masters and Johnson is easily the most tried-and-true anti-premature ejaculation method. Many of today’s therapists recommend that if you want to try an herbal or topical remedy for premature ejaculation, that you try one in conjunction with a physical premature ejaculation therapy such as Masters and Johnson for maximum effectiveness.
If herbal pills and creams and physical therapy don’t work for you, you may be dealing with a mental issue that’s blocking you from the enjoyment of sex, and it’s highly recommended that you speak to a psychological therapist prior to considering pharmaceutical solutions. There are sex therapists all over the United States that are willing to help you with your problem; there’s even a national association for sex therapists (American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists, or AASECT). If a few sessions with a sexual therapist can’t help you with your premature ejaculation problems, then it may finally be time to consider a pharmaceutical solution.