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My husband is experiencing some sort of shivers, it usually keeps happening all the time, but when I hold his hand it slows down gradually. Is it bad? How to cure it & I don't want him to feel that he's having problem. He's a healthy man of 30, no allergies, no illness, just this slight tremors like happens to him. He also has habit of biting nails and sometimes he even bites his fingers if he's stressed.
Premature ejaculation occurs when a man orgasms during sex sooner than he or his partner would like. Criteria for diagnosing this condition include that the man nearly always ejaculates within one minute of penetration or is almost never able to delay ejaculation. For most men the average time until ejaculation is about five minutes. Premature ejaculation affects many men and can lead to them feeling frustrated and embarrassed. Some men even try to avoid sexual intimacy because of it.
Try the pause-squeeze method.
If you and your partner are willing, you might try the pause-squeeze method for learning to delay ejaculation.
- Stimulate the penis without entering your partner. Notice when you are about to ejaculate.
- Ask your partner to squeeze your penis at the place where the head meets the shaft. Your partner should squeeze for several seconds until the need to ejaculate lessens.
- After 30 seconds, resume foreplay and repeat as necessary. This will help you to gain control and enable you to enter your partner without ejaculating immediately.
- Another variation on the pause-squeeze method is the stop-go technique. This is the same as the pause-squeeze method, except that the partner does not squeeze the penis.
Use self-help techniques.
These are methods that you can do yourself that may help you to delay ejaculation:
- Masturbate before sex. If you plan to have sex later in the evening, try masturbating an hour or two before.
- Use a thick condom that will reduce the amount of stimulation you get. This may make it take longer for you to climax. Avoid using condoms that are designed to increase your stimulation.
- Breathe deeply right before you ejaculate. This can help you to stop the ejaculation reflex. It may also help to switch to thinking about something boring until the urge passes.
Change the position you have sex in. If you are usually on top, consider switching to the bottom or changing to a position that will allow your partner to move off of you if you are about to ejaculate.
- Then resume sex once the urge to ejaculate has passed.
I am 24 years old male. I am suffering from tremor from last 2 years.(hands shakes while writing) could you please help me. Even my dad also has some problem. Is there any cure for it. Tell me if there is any medical precaution.
Parkinson’s disease usually develops at a very slow rate and the early signs of this disease often go unnoticed. As the condition progresses, the symptoms become more prominent. Parkinson’s disease affects the nervous system and cannot be completely cured. However, with proper treatment, its rate of progression can be slowed and this condition can be managed. The earlier a diagnosis is made, the more effective treatment will be. Thus, it is important to be able to recognize the signs the symptoms of this disease.
The signs and symptoms of Parkinson’s disease vary from person to person. In most cases, symptoms begin on one side of the body and are worse on that side even after it begins to be noticed on the other side. These symptoms can include:
Involuntary shaking of a part of the body is usually the first sign of Parkinson’s the hands are most affected by this symptom. These tremors can be felt while performing an activity or even when the hand is at rest. In some cases, it can even keep a person from performing normal tasks such as writing. Tremors caused by Parkinson’s can also take the form of an uncontrollable back and forth rubbing movement between the thumb and forefinger.
This is also known as bradykinesia. As the disease progresses, it can slow down movement and reduce the person’s ability to move. Simple tasks such as walking can become more difficult and take much longer. The person’s steps may become shorter and they may also drag their feet as they walk. Parkinson’s patients may also find it difficult to get in and out of chairs.
Parkinson’s can make muscles stiff and difficult to move. This can affect the muscles of any part of the body. This rigidity can limit the person’s range of movement and make moving the affected muscles very painful.
Loss of certain movements
In addition to muscle rigidity, the person may not be able to make certain movements that we take for granted. For example, he or she may not be able to blink or smile. Swinging the arms while walking may also become more difficult.
Changes to speech
Parkinson’s can make a person speak slower and reduce his or her natural volume. The person’s speech may also sound slurred. In addition, they may find it difficult to speak with inflections due to which their speech may appear to be monotonic.
Parkinson’s may affect a person’s posture and balance. In many cases, Parkinson’s patients develop a stoop. The loss of balance can make climbing stairs difficult and cause them to fall easily.