Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Premature ejaculation is a problem that has been around since the beginning of time, and it’s not going away. For umpteen reasons, millions of men around the world are ejaculating prematurely – and this of course not only hinders their sex life, but also their partners.
Fortunately, it’s not a problem that can’t be solved. There are countless ways to tackle it head-on, and through today’s guide we will produce ten of them to help you along your way.
Table of contents
- Have you had a recent orgasm?
- Take advantage of the refractory period
- Build control with masturbation
- Turn to condoms
- It's sometimes about the amount of foreplay
- Squeeze to stop
- It can come down to your diet
- It can just be about stress and anxiety
- Supplements might be an idea
Just like regular exercise boosts our endurance, it also helps between the sheets. If you are in poor condition, you’ll find that your endurance levels are at record lows and you’ll find it very difficult to control your climax.
Of course, not all exercises are equal. Kegels are one of the best things you can do in this regard, as they work on the muscles in your pelvic floor. The result? You’ll have more control over your orgasms.
There’s plenty of science behind these pelvic floor exercises as well. For example, back in 2012, a group of men who were initially ejaculating in the space of one minute did a 12-week series of pelvic floor exercises. The result of this was that their ejaculation went from an average of just 31.7 seconds right the way to 146.2 seconds.
Have you had a recent orgasm?
Unsurprisingly, there’s a correlation with the amount of time between your sex sessions. If your last orgasm happened just a few hours ago, it goes without saying that you are going to last a lot longer than if it happened a week ago.
Of course, you don’t have to engage in sexual intercourse morning and evening to get around this. You can turn to masturbation, which should allow you to last a little longer the next time you have intercourse.
Take advantage of the refractory period
In some ways, this links very well to the previous point we have discussed. When a man experiences an orgasm, they go into something called the refractory period. In short, this means that they will find it very difficult to gain an erection, and therefore ejaculate, very soon after having an orgasm. This period is going to differ between guys.
It means that you can take advantage of this period. As we have already alluded to, this might mean masturbating. However, you might also be able to return for a second session of intercourse and ultimately last a lot longer. This should subsequently boost your confidence.
Build control with masturbation
On the subject of masturbation, let’s now talk about a technique that is designed to help you control your levels of sensitivity downstairs.
Try masturbating several times per week, using both a wet and dry hand to experience different sensations. Build up your sensitivity levels by masturbating until just before you are about to climax, before stopping. Then, once your erection has decreased, start masturbating again. This exercise will allow you to build more control with your orgasms, but it will also allow you realise just how far you can go when you engage in real intercourse. For example, once you understand just how far your body can go, you can start to pull out and perhaps try a different position during intercourse so you can prolong the experience.
Turn to condoms
They are not everyone’s favorite thing, but if you struggle with ejaculation condoms can prove to be extremely useful. This is because of the lack of sensitivity; condoms are able to reduce levels of it and naturally this is going to help from an ejaculation perspective. Obviously, the thicker the better in this regard.
It’s sometimes about the amount of foreplay
If you are expecting to have hours of foreplay and then penetrate for similar levels of time, it’s just not going to happen. There needs to be a happy medium here and if you have been stimulated almost to tipping point, the result is nigh-on always going to be premature ejaculation.
Of course, there’s another way to look at this. If you are anxious, foreplay can relax you and actually overcome your premature ejaculation fears. It’s all about finding out what works best for you and your partner.
Squeeze to stop
In terms of specific techniques, there’s one that goes by the name of the squeeze method. If you feel as though you are on the verge of ejaculating, you can pull out and squeeze the head of your penis. Try and squeeze it at the point it joins with the shaft, which should nullify the sensation and delay your ejaculation somewhat. This can be used as many times as you desire, and you simply have to keep pulling out until you are happy with the timing!
It can come down to your diet
We’ve touched on exercise, but the next point is all about what you eat. Perhaps unsurprisingly, this can wreak havoc with your sex life, and if you’re not currently consuming a balanced diet you can expect to pay the penalty in the bedroom.
In terms of specifics, both honey and ginger can work a charm when it comes to dealing with premature ejaculation. Both of these have been found to boost the amount of blood that is circulated towards your penis, and you’ll start to feel the effects between the sheets in no time.
It can just be about stress and anxiety
There are also mental reasons behind your premature ejaculation. It has been found that individuals who suffer from either stress or anxiety are much more likely to ejaculate prematurely. Furthermore, these mental issues don’t have to be based around bedroom performance, you can be stressed about general things in life and still have a hard time in the bedroom.
There are obviously umpteen ways to tackle these problems, with exercises like yoga being one of the most effective.
Supplements might be an idea
The term “supplements” in the sexual health industry can be frowned upon, but there is a time and a place for them. Furthermore, they have developed a lot over the years and are no longer the hard-hitting and potentially dangerous drugs that they once might have been.
Now, they tend to be natural, and can be a really good way to help you in the bedroom. Let’s take one of the market leaders, Male Extra, as an example:
Male Extra: Product Highlights
- Male Extra has been designed to give you bigger and harder erections – but more importantly it has been found to make you last longer between the sheets.
- It’s not just your partner who will benefit, those who have used Male Extra (and there are over 150,000 of them) have said that their orgasms are a lot more intense as well.
- The product works through the tried and tested formula of making more blood flow to your penis. It does this through a concoction of natural ingredients, which arrive without side effects.
- The manufacturers are so confident about the effects of Male Extra that they will give you a 60-day money-back guarantee to try it.
- A one-month supply of Male Extra costs $64.95, while savings of $318 can be sought if you purchase a six-month option.
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