3. Pelvic Floor Exercises
Pelvic floor exercises aren’t just for women or those with bladder problems — they can help treat men with lifelong premature ejaculation. In a study presented at the European Congress of Urology in Stockholm, a small cohort of men aged 19 to 46 with an average time to ejaculation of 31.7 seconds, tried pelvic floor exercises over the course of 12 weeks. The 33 out of 40 men who were able to improve their time to ejaculation within 12 weeks with these exercises and their own efforts also helped their self-confidence. At the end of the course, the average time to ejaculation had increased to 146.2 seconds — nearly four times the average at the start of the study.