Stress and anxiety
Stress and anxiety are very common causes of premature ejaculation. Especially in young men, inexperience and worry about sexual performance can take their toll on how long they “last”. Previous trauma or negative sexual experiences can also result in symptoms of premature ejaculation.
Sleep deprivation and difficulties in a relationship often have a negative impact on sexual function and can cause ejaculation problems. Men who suffer from depression are more likely to encounter difficulties, as are men who regularly exceed the recommended daily alcohol limit. If the cause of your premature ejaculation is psychological, an oral treatment such as Priligy is more suitable for you than a cream.
Men who have been brought up to regard sex as sinful or negative can struggle to enjoy sexual intercourse later in life and may experience premature ejaculation as a consequence. It is also assumed that in some cases, men condition themselves to come quickly when masturbating during their teenage years. As a result, they struggle to last longer when having sex in their adult years.