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I’m 76, and I’ve had wonderful orgasms without erections from hand jobs and oral sex.”2. PE is usually considered a young man’s problem, the result of over-excitement in young bucks starting to rut.
But the landmark University of Chicago “Sex in America” study shows that many men—about one-third—report it throughout the lifespan, meaning that PE is men’s most common, most persistent sex problem.
Anxiety makes the nervous system—including the nerves that trigger ejaculation—more excitable. Penis-centered sex puts more pressure on the little guy than he can handle.
Young men are often anxious about sex: Will she let me? The reason PE sometimes returns after 50 is that age-related erection changes make men anxious: Will I get hard? Our sexual culture is preoccupied with intercourse, which leads men of all ages to believe that erotic pleasure is located largely—or only—in the penis. Older men, in fact, , should embrace leisurely, playful, whole-body touching and sensual massage, which reduces anxiety and allows arousal to spread all over the body.
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One thing doesn’t change, older men’s—and women’s—ability to enjoy erotic pleasure. It becomes less like the Fourth of July, and more like Thanksgiving. A medically problematic lifestyle, for example, smoking, typically accelerates the changes, and a healthy lifestyle may postpone them, but even men in robust health with exemplary lifestyles experience age-related sexual changes.
PE has two major causes, anxiety and penis-centered sex.
D, “Relax, breathe deeply, ask for the kind of touch that excites you, and instead of mourning what you’ve lost, focus on the pleasure you can still enjoy.”Even true ED need not limit sexual pleasure, says retired Maryland anesthesiologist Ken Haslam, M.
D., who teaches workshops on sex and aging, “Men don’t need erections to have orgasms.
Unfortunately, many men mistake them for erectile dysfunction (ED) and become anxious that they're nearing the end of the erotic ropes. Anxiety constricts the arteries that carry blood into the penis, making erections even less likely.
In addition, many medical conditions impair erections, accelerate age-related sexual changes, and contribute to ED: obesity, diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and lack of regular exercise.