An exceptionally efficient therapeutic treatment for premature ejaculation was created in Montreal, called the “Sexocorporal Approach.” This innovative concept was developped by the late Dr. Jean-Yves Desjardins, co-founder of the Sexology Department of the University of Quebec at Montreal, together with Dr. Jean-François de Carufel. I have been using this extraordinary approach that for numerous years with the patients who consult me concerning premature ejaculation. These are men of all ages, of which the grand majority experience a pheonomenal success rate.
Why is this approach so effective? Because it's looks to the real causes of premature ejaculation, that is to say physiological ones, as the solution. How does it work? Learning certain new bodily movements has a direct impact on the specific physical reactions responsible for triggering the ejaculatory muscles. In mastering these new movements, premature ejaculators can learn, in just a couple weeks, how to manage their arousal and better enjoy their own pleasure and that of their partner.
What happens is simple, but powerful. These new movements allow premature ejaculators who learn them, to know how to move their bodies, particularly the pelvis, with a minimum of muscle tension in the risk-areas, that is to say, those that put direct pressure on bloodflow to the erect penis. The Sexocoroporal Approach also encourages better breathing, less bodily effort, and overall greater sensual pleasure. This techique is also novel in the sense that it teaches premature ejaculators a whole new manner of using their body during love-making, and brings heightened awareness of the emotional pleasure that should accompany healthy sexual relations.