Preventing premature ejaculation
16th December 2019
Ever wonder about how to last longer in bed? You’re not alone, many men suffer from premature ejaculation and think that finding a solution involves unpleasant and difficult practices. Luckily dealing with this is often simple and doesn’t require that you hold back on pleasure. Here are some sex tips to help you last longer in bed.
Premature ejaculation medication
Before we get into the tips for lasting longer in bed, first let's discuss premature ejaculation drugs that can help you last longer. A popular medication to prevent premature ejaculation is Priligy. This medication helps you take control of your ejaculation. You should take it one to three hours before having sex.
Hold back and switch to foreplay
If you feel the urge to come, stop and pleasure her other ways. This is an easy way to keep building up her orgasm while slowing down yours. There are many ways to do this; whatever you and your partner enjoy the most. A good rule of thumb is to take a 2-minute break to focus on her as you feel yourself getting too close. The hardest thing about this technique is learning when to stop and disciplining yourself enough that you won’t push yourself over the brink.
Wear a thicker condom
This reduces some of the sensations in your penis and will stop you from reaching a climax too quickly. You can buy thick condoms from UK Meds. Alternatively, you can also get condoms that are specifically designed to slow you down, as they are filled with cooling gel. You can also get mutual climax condoms, which aim to both slow you down and speed her up so you are more likely to meet the big 'o' together.
Try exercising your PC muscles
These are the muscles you use to stop peeing. By tensing and relaxing them, you build them up just like any other muscles. The strange thing is that these muscles also play a role in controlling your ejaculation and with strong PC muscles you can postpone your orgasm for quite some time. The stronger your PC muscles get, the longer you will be lasting.
Do kegel exercises. These aren't only for women, they work for men too. They strengthen the pelvic muscles and give you greater control over when you orgasm. By tensing or relaxing the pelvic muscles during sex, you can speed up or slow down the time it takes for you to reach orgasm.
Improve your diet
Improve your diet. When you eat healthier, your body releases more endorphins which reduce stress. Stress is a major contributor to premature ejaculation.
Several factors may contribute to premature ejaculation. Psychological problems such as stress, depression and other factors that affect mental and emotional health can aggravate this condition.
Reduce your stress and prolong your lovemaking sessions for minutes to hours.
Can Viagra help me last longer?
Viagra is a drug that helps men get an erection. The drug does not help a man last longer while having sex.
In summary, there are premature ejaculation medications that can help you last longer in bed. Other methods to last longer centre around distracting your mind during sex, special exercises to help you last longer, and working on reducing stress and living healthy.