Though it may seem hopeless, there are several effective ways to curb premature ejaculation. For a man, there are few things more frustrating and disappointing in life than premature ejaculation. It sucks for you, and it sucks for your partner. It’s embarrassing, it’s unexpected, and it turns what is supposed to be one of life’s greatest joys into one of life’s greatest disappointments. No one wants to have to say I’m sorry at any point before, during, or after sex.
But men should know that while yes, PE can be incredibly frustrating, it’s also incredibly common. Premature ejaculation is a problem that affects almost every man at some point in his life. While you’re more likely to experience PE in your twenties and thirties, as many as one out of three men of all ages say they’ve experienced it at some point in their lives.
Knowing you’re not alone can be comforting, but unfortunately it isn’t going to change the reality of how PE can affect your agenda in the bedroom. You can’t tell your partner after you ejaculate within a minute, “Well, a lot of guys actually experience premature ejaculation, so really, this is totally normal.” They’ll be like, “Okay, but how does that help me right here, right now?”
But there are actions you can take to last longer in bed. Orgasming too quickly doesn’t need to be an issue that plagues you for the rest of your life. Using a combination of these techniques will increase your likelihood of being able to have longer sex sessions than you’re used to.
(Side note: Sex doesn’t have to be over once you orgasm! You can always spend 20-25 minutes manually and orally stimulating your partner after you climax. Eventually, they’ll be really turned on, your refractory period will be up, and you’ll be able to have penetrative sex again. This time, since you just came, you should be able to last longer than the first time!)
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What is the average time for ejaculation?
In a, researchers had 500 heterosexual couples use stopwatches to measure the time between vaginal penetration and male ejaculation over four weeks of sex sessions. The overall median time was 5.4 minutes.
You may be diagnosed with PE if you routinely ejaculate within one minute of penetration, no matter how hard you try to delay it.
One of the reasons PE is so maddening is that it can feel like you have no control over it. The harder you try to prevent it, the worse it seems to get. Yes, you may be able to last a few seconds longer in bed by thinking about your fantasy baseball team, but who wants to be thinking about baseball statistics during sex? Are there any substantive solutions?
Thankfully, the answer is yes. Despite how hopeless your situation may feel, there are indeed plenty of smart, sensible, and healthy ways to curb, if not cure, your premature ejaculation and last even longer in bed.
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1) Strengthen your pelvic floor muscles
You’ve likely heard of kegels or kegel exercises, where you train your pubococcygeal (PC) muscles of the pelvic floor, through a series of contraction and release exercises. To understand what these muscles feel like when they’re fired up, try cutting off the flow of urine the next time you’re using the bathroom. After you cut it off, let it flow, then cut it off again, then let it flow again.
For help isolating those PC muscles, try standing in front of a mirror and using them to lift your testicles without the help of your hands. Imagine lifting your nuts to your guts or shortening your penis.
Once you have a feel for how to expand and contract your PC muscles, tighten and hold for a count of 10, then release. Practice in sets of 10. The beauty of this exercise, which will result in heightened ejaculatory control and help you last longer in bed, is that you can do it practically anywhere.
There’s scientific proof that kegels can help men make sex last longer. Another study found that 75 percent of men improved erectile function after doing kegels.
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2) Limit your thrusting
There are plenty of ways to enjoy intercourse without thrusting like a jackrabbit. You can massage the tip of your penis into her clitoral hood. You can focus on the nerve endings in her vaginal entrance instead of seeing how deep you can get. You can press your penis against her G-spot. Sure, throw a little thrusting in there too, but if you feel like you’re about to reach the point of no return, there are ways to slow things down without sacrificing your partner’s pleasure.
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3) Wait longer for intercourse—or hell, don’t do it all.
All too often, we think of sex as being penis-in-vagina. But that’s such a limiting—and frankly, boring—definition of sex. There are plenty of other sexual activities that’ll bring you both pleasure and prolong the overall length of your hookup, including erotic massage, experimenting with kinks, or focusing entirely on stimulating your partner (oral sex, anyone?).
Speaking of oral, this is a great way to increase their likelihood of reaching orgasm. A study found that only 18% of women have the capacity to orgasm from direct penetration; the rest of women need clitoral stimulation to orgasm.
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4) Switch things up
Instead of picking one position and pounding away like the aforementioned jackrabbit, try alternating between a few different configurations to last longer during sex. Switching positions provides a little bit of “time off” when your penis is not being stimulated.
You can also try out some more elaborate sex positions that require physical stamina. With these “wilder” more physically strenuous sex positions, you’ll be more focused on technique and balance so you won’t be able to focus on the physical stimulations as much.
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5) Choose sex positions that’ll help you last longer
In a similar vein, you want to skip positions that provide too much stimulation. Positions like doggy style or flatiron, where you can go super-duper deep and get all the extra stimulation from your partner’s booty, are probably good to skip.
Instead, try positions that only allow for shallower penetration, or that don’t allow for much “in and out” movement. The CAT (Coital Alignment Technique) is ideal if you’re looking for something shallow. (Plus the clitoris is great for her pleasure!) Then there’s the Lotus position, which is all about grinding against each other as opposed to hardcore thrusting.
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6) Try edging
Delaying your orgasm while masturbating can be one of the most effective ways to train yourself to last longer during sex. This is also known as edging, and it’s one of the most common techniques for avoiding premature ejaculation. Basically, you bring yourself right to the edge of orgasm before stopping all sexual or masturbatory activity until you have your excitement under control.
Practicing this technique can help you teach your brain and body to better control your orgasm response and make sex last longer. Just be sure to use a lot of lotion or lube while you practice edging to avoid chafing.
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7) Try ‘The Squeeze.’
If you can feel your orgasm coming on, stop and squeeze right below the head of your penis. Apply firm pressure with your thumb and forefinger and focus the pressure on the urethra, or the tube running along the underside of the penis.
The squeeze technique can help you last longer in bed by pushing blood out of the penis and momentarily decreasing sexual tension, which represses the ejaculatory response. “This is another type of biofeedback, similar to edging.
8) Masturbate beforehand
Masturbating alone prior to a sexual encounter is a free and simple technique to help fight premature ejaculation. Sometimes ejaculating too quickly is due to the fact that you’re all riled up and haven’t ejaculated recently, which means your prostate is fully engorged. When it’s been a while since you last ejaculated, the slightest touch, lick, or thrust can set you off (literally). If you masturbate close to when you know you’re going to have sex, you’re essentially having sex a second time, which means it will take a little longer to climax.
CAUTION: practice the appropriate timing in between sessions because the last thing you want is to then not be able to perform at all. If you notice you’re still having issues with PE even when masturbating beforehand, then you can masturbate repeatedly beforehand to help combat the issue during sex.
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9) Wear the right condom.
If you struggle with premature ejaculation, condoms can be your best friend when it comes to lasting longer during sex. (Also, you should be using them anyway, bro.) Most major condom manufacturers make extra-thick rubbers that act like a slip-on desensitizer for your member during sex and these can help you avoid premature ejaculation.
This program is designed to help men overcome sexual dysfunctions and regain their sexual confidence. It offers strategies and techniques to re-train your mind and body in order to have longer-lasting sex, while increasing your partner’s pleasure.
Everything is explained here in clear, concise and easy-to-understand instructions. The insights, tools and techniques in this program have been rigorously tried, tested and proven effective by thousands of other men who are now enjoying lovemaking that lasts so much longer than before.
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