One out four men fake orgasms

You think only you can fake orgasms? It turns out that one out four men fake orgasms too. This number is more in divorced men with 67 percent claiming to fake orgasms.

Why do they do that?

For men and women, faking orgasms is often associated with problems in their relationships both physically and psychologically. Men who fake orgasms do so by faking moans and sounds while having intercourse.

Then what are the reasons men fake orgasms?

One reason is to hold back orgasms. According to average data, men need seven minutes from penetration to climax. If a man feels it is too long, then he will speed up the relationship.

Another reason is to hide premature ejaculation, to maintain self-esteem for those who lose an erection so that they do not reach orgasm, and to delight their partner for fear that their partner is not satisfied.

If it happens once or twice, then it doesn't matter. If it's often, then it's a big problem. Try to discuss with your doctor if the problem is premature ejaculation or having difficulty in maintaining an erection stably.

But the duration of sex is very subjective because there is no definite measure. So do not make the duration of sex as a benchmark.

To prevent sex problems in men, there are many things that can be done. First, discuss with your partner about mutually agreed procedures for sex, then start a healthy life because, with a healthy life, the sex life will be healthy too.

Most men fake orgasms under the influence of alcohol or drugs because these two things interfere with sexual performance.

If the root of the problem is known, there is no reason for men to fake orgasms so that men can have sex satisfactorily with you.