Ejaculation Delay Sprays – How Do They Work and Are They a Good Cure For Premature Ejaculation?
Maybe you’ve heard of ejaculation delay sprays and other PE products. They are rapidly gaining popularity among men and even women are not so surprised these days when a guy opens his drawer and reveals a spray. In this article, I’ll tell you how they work and could help you last longer in the bedroom.
What Is A Delay Spray?
A delay spray is basically a small non-aerosol canister that is activated by pumping the button on top (pump action). It contains only a small amount of liquid inside that becomes a very fine mist or spray when it is released. The liquid itself is mostly lidocaine which is a low grade medical anesthetic. Some people call this spray a lubricant but that is not really true – it is simply an anesthetic.
Anesthetic works by blocking the nerve impulses that carry sensations of touch and heat. So if you use an anesthetic on your penis then you can limit the amount that you sense and in doing so you will not get aroused as quickly.
Is There Only Sprays?
No, in fact most guys don’t use delay spray but prefer a delay condom instead. This is a condom that contains anesthetic gel in the tip. Not lidocaine this time but benzocaine. To tell the truth, they are really quite similar. Then you just roll the condom on. The advantage of this method is that your partner does not know you are using anesthetics. The disadvantage is that the effect is much less than with the more flexible spray.
The Problem With Sprays
Sprays are great and will work for you tonight if you must last longer. But they are only a short term fix. They don’t do anything to fix the real problem which is actually in your head.
Yes that’s right, the real cause of PE is because you have some anxiety in the bedroom – this is known as “performance anxiety”. If you are not 100% confident in the bedroom about performing, giving your partner a good time and not worrying about how much time you will have before you ejaculate – if you cannot eliminate these problems then you will experience PE.
Short term methods like delay sprays are great but ultimately I highly suggest that you check out more robust long term cures that will fix your problem for good.