Early on Release Fixes - Lidocaine Cream vs. Lidocaine Spray

Early on Release Fixes - Lidocaine Cream vs. Lidocaine Spray
Early on Release Fixes: Lidocaine Cream
vs. Lidocaine Spray
Early on release can cause a lot of issues for a man. Not only can it cause
embarrassment, self-esteem plummeting, and reduced pleasure, it can also
drive a wedge between him and his partner. Thankfully, science has
developed a few products to help guys suffering from early on release issues.
One, in particular, is lidocaine, which calms down the oversensitive of the
member while hard. Lidocaine creams and sprays both contain this strong
hard-on helper, but there are a few differences. Let’s learn a little more about
early on release, lidocaine, and which delivery type works best for you!
What is Early on Release?
Early on release happens when a man releases sooner than he’d like while
having sensual mutual pleasure. One out of three men experiences this at
some point in their lives. There are many potential causes of early on
release, which include:
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Sensual inexperience
Depression
History of abuse or trauma
Negative body image
Feelings of guilt for having relations
Worrying about early on release
Prostate issues
Stress
Relationship Issues
Diabetes
High blood pressure
Thyroid problems
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How Lidocaine Works
Lidocaine is a universally used anesthetic. It’s likely a man has used it at
some point in his life for dental work like a root canal or other medical
procedures. Lidocaine works by reducing the sensitivity when applied to a
man’s skin, muscles, or other bodily tissue.
When used as a treatment for early on release, lidocaine works by reducing
manhood sensitivity, in turn, letting a man last longer during relations. Now,
the lidocaine used in medical procedures is a far more potent dosage. For a
stronger hard-on that lasts, only a small dosage should be used so a man can
still feel pleasure during intimacy, but powerful enough that it can take the
edge off of oversensitivity.
Lidocaine Cream and Early on Release
Lidocaine cream can be applied to the tip, or glans, of the member as it is the
most sensitive to touch. Most lidocaine creams made for this specific reason
use a mixture of lidocaine and prilocaine, which is another topical anesthetic
that is a bit less potent than lidocaine.
Studies show that this combination is very successful in increasing the
duration of mutual pleasure when taken approximately 30 minutes before
intimacy. This cream is also inexpensive and usually stocked at most
pharmacies. All a man needs is a script from his doc.
The drawback of lidocaine cream? It can get messy, and sometimes things
can go astray. A man has to be very careful with it. After applying it to the
tip of the member, a man needs to very thoroughly wash his hands with soap
and water, so he doesn’t inadvertently touch other parts of his or his
partner’s body. A man also must remember to wash his member after 20-30
minutes (yep, that’s right before hitting the sheets) so the cream doesn’t
numb his partner’s happy spots.
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Lidocaine Spray and Early on Release
The most significant difference between lidocaine cream and lidocaine spray
(except for delivery method) is that the spray is exclusively lidocaine. The
spray is also designed to be used anywhere on the member, from the top of
the glans to the underside of the shaft. It should be applied 10-15 minutes
before getting busy. A man will still need to wash his hands immediately
after using it.
Studies have shown that lidocaine spray is an effective treatment for early on
release and can help a man last six to seven times longer in bed than without
it. As compared to the cream, the spray acts faster and is easier and cleaner
to use. Sprays also come in metered-dose bottles, so men can use the correct
dosage and not guesstimate as they would with a cream.
The drawback of lidocaine spray? It has been shown to reduce some men's
sensitivity minimally, but not so much as to negatively impact sensual
response and enjoyment.
In Summary
Men who suffer from early on release can use lidocaine cream or lidocaine
spray to make them last longer in the sack. Both are effective; it just depends
on which benefits are more important to a man. For a man looking for
quicker reaction time, a spray may be the way to go. For men who don’t
want the possibility of feeling too insensitive, a cream will pave the way to
satisfaction. No matter which avenue a man goes, he should be sure to
nurture and protect his member all the time in-between with a specially
formulated male organ health creme (health professionals recommend
Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin)
to fortify and protect the member. Comprised of several vital nutrients and
vitamins, a member crème protects the delicate manhood skin from the
elements while boosting blood flow and fortifying it for longer, stronger
hard-ons.
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