Hypnotherapy can be a fantastic cure for sufferers of premature ejaculation, according to new research.
In a feature for contracostatimes.com, health journalist Laura Casey studied how hypnotherapists are attempting to cure sexual health problems and concluded that premature ejaculation is often a mental condition 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 121doc.co.uk, 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 two-hour session can take a person to a state of 'relaxed awareness', which could be helpful in regulating the rapid stream of impulses linked to premature ejaculation."