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Vitamin Deficiencies and Premature Ejaculation

Did you know that your health, namely your intake of vitamins and minerals, and your sex life are directly related to each other? Deficiencies in several key vitamins and minerals can easily contribute to premature ejaculation as well as other health problems. If you’ve been struggling in the bedroom, see if you are lacking in important nutrients before doing anything too drastic.

Vitamin Deficiencies and Premature Ejaculation

One of the main physical causes of premature ejaculation is vitamin and mineral deficiencies, namely Zinc and B-vitamins, namely vitamin B-12, though also B6 and B3 vitamins. These are important vitamins and minerals for sexual encounters. Vitamin Bs promote blood flow, which in turn gives a stronger, longer lasting ejaculation. Vitamin D and C are also important for overall health; it’s not much fun to have sex when you’re sick! The best way to get these vitamins and minerals is by eating a balanced and healthy diet.

Besides, not only will eating well give you the vitamins you need for staving of premature ejaculation, but losing weight and getting stronger will also make you more confident which feeds into the mental aspects of curing premature ejaculation.

Mineral Deficiencies and Premature Ejaculation

There are a few minerals which if you are deficient in, can contribute to the problem of premature ejaculation. The common mineral culprits are iron, magnesium and zinc. Fortunately, these deficiencies can be remedied by eating a more well rounded diet, including lean cuts of meat and leafy green vegetables. If you are struggling to get your correct intake of these minerals, then there are supplements available, though it’s better by far to get these things from food as supplements are expensive and often give you more than you need.

If you have been struggling with premature ejaculation, the answer may be closer to home than you’d think. If you have been eating poorly and as a result feeling tired, drained and sick more often, it could be that a vitamin and mineral deficiency holds the answers to your question. Try eating a healthier, more well rounded diet and see if that brings some warmth and romance back between the sheets.

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