Whole Body Method

It is documented that up to 30% of the male population suffers from premature ejaculation (PE). That's a lot of men who end a sexual experience too early – and a lot of women who are left frustrated and wanting something more. That number can be even higher in reality, as much as 70%, of men who experience premature ejaculation at some point in their life, even if it is not consistently.

Unfortunately, there is no single "cure" for premature ejaculation. There are, however, prescription medications that can treat premature ejaculation and help delay climax and ejaculation. Many experts recommend professional therapy or counseling since it is believed that premature ejaculation stems from psychological issues such as anxiety and low self-confidence. And there are even exercises and sex techniques aimed and helping the man delay his orgasm and prevent ejaculation.

But with so many methods available, which one is the right one? The answer is the right one is the one that works for the individual. Many experts and therapists who treat premature ejaculation also believe that a man should practice a "whole body method" to deal and cope with the issue.

What is the Whole Body Method?

The whole body method simply is a routine to cope with premature ejaculation that includes more than one single method or technique. That includes spiritual, mental, and physical methods that overall give the man better control over his sexual response.


A man can take control of his spiritual self and deal with premature ejaculation through deep breathing techniques and meditation. Practice inhaling and exhaling slowly. And use meditation to help calm and focus the mind.


Emotional issues are believed to play a big role in the cause of premature ejaculation. Anxiety, low self-confidence, low self-esteem, and other relationship issues can contribute to premature ejaculation. A man who wants to gain control over his sexual response and timing must also be in control of his emotions.

A professional therapist or counselor may be necessary to help the man discover and sort out unknown psychological issues. Therapists can also provide coping techniques that will help gain control over mental issues.


The whole physical experience of sex can be improved through exercise and technique. Here are a few samples:

  • PC Muscle Exercise – The pubococcygeus, or PC muscle, is the muscle that contracts and pulses during a man's climax and is an integral part of ejaculation. Doing exercises such as Kegels or PC muscle squeezes can help a man gain better control over the ejaculation process and delay climax.
  • Foreplay – Too many men get right to the point with sex. The want to enter the vagina and begin thrusting right away. However, a man can delay his own orgasm by taking more time to get his female partner excited. The man may also want to try bringing the woman to orgasm before intercourse so that if premature ejaculation does occur, it is not such a big problem.
  • Sex Techniques – Trying different sex positions and slower thrusting techniques can also help a man slow down his stimulus response time and delay ejaculation. These can be learned from books or even from a professional sex therapist. Be open-minded and try different things to see what works.

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