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Supplements that can help men with premature ejaculation

The fact that many men would rather die in secrecy than discuss their sexual issues with anyone, including medical professionals, is deeply problematic. One of the s£xual issues that affect anywhere from 20 to 26% of men is something called premature ejaculation. This happens when a man loses his hold on his partner sooner than both of them would like.

This condition has both an emotional and a physical impact on males, and it may also put a strain on the relationships that they have. There are a variety of different activities and home treatments that you can use to put off ejaculating. On the other hand, some supplements have been suggested by professionals in the medical field.

According to Medicalnewstoday, there are a few dietary supplements that are effective in treating premature release, and I'd like to shed some light on those for you here.

1. Zinc

Zinc has been used as a treatment for sexual dysfunction and there is some evidence that it can assist increase male fertility. Even though more research is required to show the actual effect of zinc on premature ejaculation, a study that was carried out in 2018 shows that infertile men have a lower amount of zinc in their seminal fluid.

This is even though infertile men have a lower amount of zinc in their seminal fluid. Zinc can be found in high concentrations in dairy products like milk.

2. Magnesium

Magnesium is another dietary supplement that plays a significant role in the creation of sperm and the maintenance of reproductive health. Because insufficient magnesium levels are a contributor to premature ejaculation, increasing the amount of magnesium in one's diet is recommended as a preventative measure.

3. Additional minerals or their dietary supplement versions

Several additional minerals contribute significantly to the functioning of sperm and male fertility. If you are not getting enough of certain nutrients from your diet, your doctor may suggest that you take dietary supplements instead. These minerals include the following:

1. Calcium

2. Copper

3. Manganese

4. Selenium

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