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Can Edging Help with PE?

Edging is a technique that involves deliberately delaying orgasm to prolong sexual pleasure. This involves pausing or reducing sexual stimulation just before reaching the point of climax, allowing arousal to subside before continuing. It is often suggested as a strategy to help with premature ejaculation in men. Edging is also sometimes referred to as The Start-Stop Technique.

A few ideas on how and why edging may be beneficial in helping with PE:

  1. Increased Awareness: Edging encourages individuals to become more aware of their arousal levels and the sensations leading up to orgasm. By paying close attention to these cues, men can develop better control over their sexual response.

  2. Improved Ejaculatory Control: Edging involves intentionally slowing down or stopping stimulation just before reaching the point of no return (the moment when ejaculation becomes inevitable). This practice allows individuals to learn how to delay ejaculation and gain better control over the timing of their climax.

  3. Training the Body: Edging can be seen as a form of behavioural training for the body. By repeatedly engaging in start-stop cycles, men may train their bodies to tolerate higher levels of sexual arousal without immediately progressing to ejaculation.

  4. Enhanced Sexual Stamina: Through regular practice of edging, some men report an improvement in sexual stamina over time. This may contribute to longer-lasting sexual experiences and increased satisfaction for both partners.

In our massage studio, we encourage the Receiver to embrace mindfulness, heightening awareness of His/Her body and sensations. The heightened awareness, combined with the intentional flow of energy during the massage, can contribute to improved ejaculatory control over time. By fostering a connection between the mind and body, our sensual/tantric massage service strives t provide a supportive and enriching environment for men/women seeking to enhance their well-being and overcome challenges associated with premature ejaculation. While we do not hold a magic quick fix to tackling PE, we have seen many Receivers' PE improve significantly over time!

Psychological Approaches such as Counselling or Sex Therapy: Professional counselling can address psychological factors contributing to premature ejaculation, such as performance anxiety or relationship issues.

It's important to note that what works for one person may not work for another, and a combination of strategies may be most effective. Consulting with a healthcare professional, especially a urologist or a sexual health specialist, is recommended for a comprehensive evaluation and personalized guidance. They can help identify any underlying causes, discuss appropriate treatment options, and provide support tailored to individual needs.



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