How To Last Longer In Bed
Even if you don’t suffer from premature ejaculation (ejaculation occurring within 60 seconds of penetration), chances are you wouldn’t mind lasting a little longer in bed. According to some studies, the average time for ejaculation is about five and a half minutes. Today we’ll discuss what one can do to last longer in bed.
Many couples feel there is a problem if ejaculation regularly occurs within 1-2 minutes. Premature ejaculation is only a problem if it bothers you and your partner. It can occur in men when they first begin to have sex or later in life due to stress, depression, or prostate conditions. There are many natural ways men can last longer before ejaculating, which can increase pleasure with their partner.
Foreplay can increase duration and pleasure of sexual intercourse and is enjoyable for you and your partner. Foreplay allows your penis to adapt to a slow increase of stimulation, not a sudden one.
Many men also masturbate first. Ejaculating an hour or two before sex can make it harder for a man to come quickly. Additionally, as you are about to orgasm, stop and wait about a minute before continuing. Getting your body more comfortable with the “edge” of orgasm can help you control your orgasm and come less quickly.
Different sex positions, such as woman on top, lying side by side or spooning, or perpendicular can help you avoid the most sensitive area of the penis, which helps you last longer. Thicker condoms can desensitize the penis, also allowing you to last longer. There are also over the counter tricks that can help such as desensitizing spray.
If premature ejaculation is a serious problem that is affecting your relationship and the above techniques have not worked, you may want to consider seeing a doctor. A urologist can help you decide if medication will help your condition.
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