Nasal Technology And Controversial Advertising

Hey there, today I was thinking about something that I now want to share with you. Recently I stumbled upon a new method to beat premature ejaculation – the nasal technology. I had heard about this before, but for some reason always dismissed it as I’m not a great believer in all those nasal technologies, and I find Promescent very effective anyway. I also heard there was a certain nasal tanning solution very popular in the UK but it came with quite a big side effects so these alternative technologies using nasal sprays make me very cautions.

So how do nasal sprays work?

Nasal technology is used for many health problems as it delivers the drug right into the blood stream faster than taking it orally. So now they are making sprays for PE as well. Advanced Medical Institute (AMI) has been helping people with premature ejaculation for a long time, the AMI spray is one of their products. It’s a nasal spray that will make you last longer in bed. You have to use it daily and also right before having sex. It will make you less sensitive and you get to enjoy lovemaking longer.

Advertising in front of your kids

Nasal Technology And Controversial AdvertisingSo the product might work (although I could find nothing about potential side effects) what I find disturbing (and I’m not the only one) is the way they advertise it. Creating billboards and large outdoor advertising for products like that is not a good thing in my eyes. Just think when your 10 year old kid has to see posters that read, „Making love…Make it bigger and last longer“ on the way to school. He or she will surely have questions.

Luckily the Advertising Standards Bureau is also not happy with this and they have banned some of their ads, especially the ones with sexual reference. That has worked and the ads are not that obvious anymore. I mean, any adult can find the info and the product if interested. We live in the internet age and some things should not be shown to the masses that includes children, elderly and conservative people.

Sure, the product may be working, and anyone with a premature ejaculation problem can easily find it. It’s not like you walk on the streets, see the ad and think – „OMG, I come early, I must have this product“. Surely it’s something you already know and are looking information and solutions for.

So here is my question for today, do you guys think it’s right to advertise products like this in public places where even children can see them? Also, any thoughts on this nasal technology and the AMI Spray are welcome. Especially if you have used it, let us know whether or not it is worthwhile to check it out. And please tell me about any side-effects you may have experienced.

Peter

My name is Peter, I’m 32 years old. I struggle with PE. I have created this website so I can post updates on my quest finding a cure to my premature ejaculation problem. Click on About Me on the top toolbar to find out more about me :)

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