Premature Ejaculation Training Unit

Premature ejaculation is a complex condition with multiple causes. One of the causes of premature ejaculation is the lack psychosexual skill1. In simpler terms, it means that some men who suffer from premature ejaculation have troubles managing their arousal. They become aroused too soon or react too much to sexual excitation.  You can learn more on this on the Cum Too Fast, Learn Why page. Some form of premature ejaculation training can help those men to obtain a better control over their arousal and ejaculation. You can do the training exercises with a partner or alone with a training unit.

About Premature Ejaculation Training

What we call premature ejaculation training is, in scientific term, a behavioral therapy. Some sex therapists have developed exercises to treat premature ejaculation. Those exercises can help you control your arousal so you can last longer in bed. You can do it yourself during masturbation or with your partner.

Of course, if you are single, your options are more limited. You can’t do the training with a partner. That’s why training units exist. Even for men in a relationship, sometimes it’s better to do the exercises alone first before you try it with a partner. The training unit could then be a good bridge between the solo and couple exercises.

What is a premature ejaculation training unit?

A premature ejaculation unit is, in fact, a man masturbator. Also called a pocket pussy, this is the traditional sex toy for man. Since male sex toys aren’t glamour (especially  if we call them “pocket pussy”), we prefer to use the term “training unit.”

How does a premature ejaculation training unit can help?

Doing the premature ejaculation exercises with the training unit will give you a level of physical stimulation similar to a real intercourse. By doing so, you’ll learn how to react to physical arousal.

The Type of Arousal

Ejaculation happens when a certain level of arousal is met. Arousal could be split into two categories: physical and psychological.

Psychological arousal is when you feel aroused. If you watch porn without touching yourself, you will feel aroused even if there are no genital contacts. In this case, your arousal is 100% psychological.

On the other hand, if you’re strictly thinking about something non-sexual (football for example), but your sex is stimulated, you will come closer to ejaculate. At a certain level of stimulation, you will ejaculate even if you have no erotic thoughts. That’s 100% physical arousal.

In a real sexual situation, you feel both physical and psychological arousal at the same time, so it’s hard to distinguish each one’s impact. Since each man reacts differently to each type of arousal, it’s interesting to isolate your arousal with the physical arousal test.

The Physical Arousal Test

The goal of the physical arousal test is to see how you react to isolated physical arousal. For this, you need to have physical stimulation without psychological arousal. By using your training unit while focusing on non-sexual thoughts, you’ll see how you react to physical stimulation.

If you can’t keep an erection without erotic thoughts, then you have a normal reaction to physical arousal. If you can maintain your erection but you’re able to last as long as you want, you also have a reasonable response.

However, if you can’t last more than a couple of minutes, even when you’re not thinking about sexual thoughts, then you are oversensitive to physical arousal. A hypersensitivity of your penis or some neurologic and hormonal factors could explain your arousal response.

In this case, delay products or medication could be effective treatments option for you on top of the regular exercises.

Where to find a premature ejaculation training unit?

Men masturbator Premature Ejaculation Training Units are available in online or physical sex shops. You can also buy one at Amazon.

Sources:

  1. Masters WH, Johnson VE (1970) Human sexual inadequacy. Little, Brown & Co, Boston, Kaplan HS (1974) The new sex therapy. Brunner/Mazel, New York, De Carufel F, Trudel G (2006) Effects of a new functional-sexological treatment for premature ejaculation. J Sex Marital Ther 32:97–11

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