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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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Hypnotherapy and Female Sexual Response

‘Hypnotherapy was used as the method of treatment in seventy-six cases of frigidity with seventy-two of them showing rather dramatic improvement, Direct hypnotic suggestion as well as hypnoanalysis were both used in securing these results. The effects of this treatment are presented in tabulation form, are discussed in detail and show hypnotherapy to be a very effective method of treatment.’

So begins a report of a study* conducted by Dr T.A. Richardson entitled “Hypnotherapy in Frigidity” , published in the American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis in 1963.

Use of the term, ‘frigidity’ when referring to female sexual response is a reminder of the enormously  important progress we’ve made in this area over the intervening decades.

Despite it’s antiquated and now disturbing title, the study shows that hypnosis can be an effective tool in helping women to enjoy a healthy and satisfying sex life.

Although this study focuses on women – I suppose that back then, it was thought that men did not suffer from problems in this area, or at least, it wasn’t talked about – the same is true of men.

I have had considerable success using hypnotherapeutic techniques to help both men and women experiencing problems with sexual performance.

You can read the entire article here

* T. A. Richardson M.D. (1963): Hypnotherapy in Frigidity, American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 5:3, 194-199

 

 

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