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INTRODUCTIONPremature ejaculation (PE), which is associated with negative outcomes in men and their partners, is a common sexual complaint worldwide. However, the etiology of PE is not well understood and there are no generally effective interventions available that are also without side effects. Physical exercise interventions have shown some promise to improve the control of ejaculation.1 However, to our knowledge, no study has investigated the effect of high‐intensity interval training (HIIT) on ejaculation control. The present study aimed to explore the effect of HIIT on ejaculation control in men with and without PE.Premature ejaculationPE is defined as an inability to control the timing of ejaculation and a short ejaculation latency time (i.e., the time between the first vaginal penetration to ejaculation), and subsequent sexual distress.2–4 PE leads to several negative outcomes for men. Compared to men without PE, men with PE report lower self‐confidence and self‐esteem,5,6 higher levels of anxiety and depression,7 and more interpersonal difficulties.8,9 Moreover, partners of men with PE report lower relationship and sexual satisfaction and have an increased risk of sexual dysfunctions.10,11 In addition, a large cross‐cultural study found that almost 25% of women reported that they had ended relationships with men because of their
Andrology – Wiley
Published: Jun 3, 2023
Keywords: body image; heart rate; physical exercise; premature ejaculation; sexual desire
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