WHAT IS “EJACULATION CONTROL”?
Ejaculation control can be defined as a man’s motor ability to decide the duration of sexual intercourse, taking longer or shorter to ejaculate as he pleases. This ability can be developed or learnt and can improve sexual relationships. The goal of acquiring ejaculation control is to increase pleasure for both the man and his partner.
WHAT IS THE “EJACULATION REFLEX”?
Ejaculating is a reflex that takes place in two phases:
- The emission: in this phase, the sperm duct, the seminal vesicle, and the prostate tighten, passing the sperm into the urethra’s base, which causes tension in the area. Sometimes, for the man, this phase can be felt as the point of no return.
- The ejection of sperm: a muscle around the base of penis and the anus (called the perinaeum’s pubococcygeous muscle or the PC muscle) tightens and shakes violently and the sperm is ejected through the urethral meatus. Therefore, the urethral sphincter plays an essential role in the emission phase, prior to the ejection of the sperm. The MYHIXEL method teaches the man how to control the sphincter, and allows them acquire the ability to decide when he wants to trigger the ejaculation process.
EJACULATION CONTROL VS DURATION
Men usually worry about how long they take to ejaculate and believe they suffer from premature ejaculation if they do not last for as long as expected. The real issue is that they have not acquired the ability to control ejaculation. Because ejaculation control is a motor ability, it can be learned and can rectify the issue of premature ejaculation. According to studies, premature ejaculation affects 1 in every 3 men between the ages of 18 and 59. 85% of men that suffer from premature ejaculation prefer to hide their worries and avoid going to the doctor, even though 65% of them believe this would be the first step in fixing the problem.
Regardless of how long a man lasts before ejaculating, MYHIXEL is the only brand that offers men the ultimate solution to control their climaxing.
ARE THERE ANY TECHNIQUES TO CONTROL EJACULATION?
The Kegel exercise is very popular technique to strengthen the pelvic muscles. The objective of this exercise is to strengthen the muscles between the genitals and the anus. Contrary to what men think, strengthening the pelvic muscles does not help to control ejaculation; actually, by increasing the muscular tone in that area, the reflex in the emission phase is accelerated, therefore the latency periods are reduced.
Another popular method is the “Start & Stop” method. This is classic technique developed by Dr. Semans in 1956 and has been frequently used by psychologists and therapists ever since. The technique consists of masturbating up to the maximum level of stimulation and stopping just before ejaculating. This has been the most popular treatment for the last 50 years, but because it has not been scientifically tested, there is no empirical proof to back up the theory that this technique really helps to improve ejaculation control.
Using relaxation and breathing techniques during the sexual intercourse is another recommended techniques. However, once again, there is no scientific proof that these techniques have any direct influence in controlling ejaculation.
Finally, the Master & Johnson technique consists of the so called ‘compression exercise’. When the man is about to ejaculate, a compression of the penis by his partner is sufficient to cause some pain or discomfort and should be enough for him to go back to the state prior to ejaculation.