Serotonin and How it Affects Ejaculation

During intercourse, there are a number of different hormones and other chemicals that are released. These chemicals can either help or hinder your ability to control your ejaculation. It seems that the most influential hormone is serotonin. In recent years there has been more and more research into the role that serotonin has on arousal and ejaculation. Various studies have shown that serotonin actually helps to inhibit orgasm. This is clearly beneficial news to those suffering from premature ejaculation.

Serotonin is a hormone that naturally occurs in the body. It’s produced in the central nervous system, as well as a few other areas, and is related to a range of positive feelings. It is often referred to as the “happiness hormone”. Increased levels of serotonin in animals have been shown to produce dominant behaviors in males as well as providing an overall calming effect. This calming effect is what makes it so beneficial to those suffering from premature ejaculation. There have been several studies showing that men who have low levels of serotonin are less able to control their arousal and ejaculation. The levels of serotonin in the body are directly related to the amount of emotions that are being experienced. The higher the emotions, the higher the levels of serotonin will be in the body as a way to calm the body down from the emotions that are being experienced. During any sort of sexual activity, there are a lot of emotions going on and serotonin is released to help cope with those emotions and keep the body under control. Men suffering from premature ejaculation may have lower levels of serotonin, so they feel these emotions more intensely. Having to deal with premature ejaculation brings out additional emotions that make it even harder to control if you have a serotonin deficiency.

There are several ways to deal with a low level of serotonin in the body. Some foods, as covered in the Ejaculation Trainer, can naturally increase the level of serotonin in the body. There has also been some research into the effect of medications called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, more commonly known as SSRI’s, on premature ejaculation. While these drugs have been shown to have a positive effect on PE, medication should be a last resort for treatment since it doesn’t solve the actual problem. It’s just another way to temporarily mask the problem.

The Ejaculation Trainer has an entire section on how to control serotonin and the other hormones that cause premature ejaculation.

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