premature ejaculation

Hypnotherapy and Impotence

A number of studies show that  around 10 percent of men experience erectile dysfunction, also known as impotence. The condition can involve a total inability to achieve an erection or happen inconsistently or for only a few minutes. Hypnosis can be effective in treating this condition, provided that the range of possible physical causes have first been eliminated.

When Impotence-cureimpotence has a psychological cause, it can be the result of one small thought locked away in the subconscious. Hypnosis can help find and identify that thought and either eliminate it or change your reaction to it.

Clinical hypnosis has three approaches. One works on the belief that the human mind is capable of using imagery to bring about desired results. Another method focuses on the power of suggestion. It integrates into your mind alternative responses to how you previously reacted when you were unable to perform. This is a more successful approach.

Finally, hypnosis can  unearth the hidden feelings, thoughts or memories that may be causing your problem in the first place. This method is considered the most successful.

Two studies support the success of hypnotherapy for impotence. The Scandinavian Journal of Urology and Nephrology found that 75 percent of the men in its study experienced improvement after hypnotherapy. The British Journal of Urology reported the same result when no physiological cause was responsible for the problem.

The British Journal of Urology found that when successful, hypnosis works better in patients than either testosterone or trazodone.
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Hypnotherapy and Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation is one of the most common sexual problems. Men with this condition may find that they cannot withhold ejaculation long enough to satisfy a sexual partner. Additionally, stress associated with this problem may make sex less enjoyable for the patients themselves. This is usually considered a lifelong problem unless adequate treatment is sought.

The use of hypnosis for premature ejaculation aims to help patients relax and regain more control over their bodies. It also gives patients more control over their minds. Both the mind and body work together in this respect, because a stronger mind is able to gain more control over every aspect of the body.

Some patients may take longer than others to reap the benefits of hypnosis for premature ejaculation. Those who are unusually stressed or who suffer from anxiety may require more and longer sessions than those who already have a good understanding of relaxation techniques or who practice meditation.  Premature-Ejaculation

In some cases premature ejaculation and other sexual dysfunction may occur later in life. This is often associated with a particular stressor or event, such as the death of a loved one. In many cases, once the traumatic event or anxiety has passed, sexual function returns to normal.

Because the condition is almost always linked to stress and how it is, or is not, managed, premature ejaculation usually responds to hypnotherapy very well.

Rarely premature ejaculation may be caused by an underlying medical condition. For this reason, men who experience this or any other sexual dysfunction, especially if symptoms arise suddenly, should have a thorough examination. This is especially important if other symptoms are also present.

It is important though to work with an accredited hypnotherapist with training and experience in this area, as trust is a vital component of the therapeutic process.

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Hypnosis for Premature Ejaculation

Hypnotherapy can be a fantastic cure for sufferers of premature ejaculation, according to new research.

In a feature for, health journalist Laura Casey studied how hypnotherapists are treating sexual health problems and concluded that premature ejaculation is often a mental condition linked to performance anxiety which can be cured via hypnosis.

Casey discovered that many hypnotherapists provide a course aimed at activating the parasympathetic nervous system, in order to elongate the sexual experiences of male patients.

The method – described as ‘meditation with a purpose’ – was first introduced as a self-treatment by Seth-Deborah-Roth in the 1980s and has been widely-adopted by hypnotherapists around the world today. Within the article, Casey also suggested that similar treatment could be a viable solution for those who suffered from other bedtime problems – such as impotency and bed-wetting.

Evaluating the research, fellow health journalist Sam Davidson agreed that hypnotherapy would appear to be a plausible solution for those who suffered from premature ejaculation.

Writing for, he said: “As anxiety is known to be a risk factor for premature ejaculation, the treatment suggested by the daily can be effective in relieving anxious thoughts an individual faces when excited.

“A one to two hour session can take a person to a state of ‘relaxed awareness’, which can be helpful in regulating the rapid stream of impulses linked to premature ejaculation.”

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