In our faced-paced culture, being able to finish things in a “New York” minute is often admired and rewarded. When it comes to lovemaking however, taking your time is one of the best things a man can do to satisfy his partner and himself.
How long would you say an average intercourse lasts? Five minutes, twenty, thirty? According to scientific polls, average man lasts 5 to 7 minutes, but for some, reaching even that medium could be a struggle.
WebMD defines premature ejaculation as “uncontrolled ejaculation either before or shortly after sexual penetration, with minimal sexual stimulation and before the person wishes.”
The causes of premature ejaculations are not exactly clear and, usually with age and experience, men learn to control it. However, psychological factors such as anxiety, excitement, as well as underlying health problems might contribute to it. If you have a severe case of PE’s it is usually the best to consult with a doctor and define the cause of the problem.
You might want to gain better control of ejaculation because there are tremendous benefits associated with the strong stamina.
Some of the below outlined steps will work for you right away and some will require a little bit more effort and time.
Few techniques might become your favorites, while others fall in the background. Whatever the case will be, you will enjoy the benefits!
Put a ring on it and make it last longer! The purpose of the male ring is to keep blood trapped in the shaft, causing a sensation of tightness and engorgement, thus increasing the orgasmic sensations. The ring contributes to “harder” erection, and delays orgasm.
You can gradually build your stamina by adding more stimulation while doing it solo with penis strokers. Plus, the more time you spend with yourself, the more familiar you will become with your body. You’ll be able to notice when you get too excited and control it.
Desensitizing creams reduce a man's penile sensation during lovemaking and can increase ejaculatory control. The cream is applied before session and has a "numbing effect" on the shaft while allowing for a longer erection.
Many people believe that longer foreplay helps arouse the female body, causing it to relax and help her cum faster and stronger. Although this is very true, females are not the only ones to benefit from foreplay. Longer foreplay also arouses the guy, making him more relaxed, hence more confident. This helps delay ejaculation.
A bit of wine does actually help to relax the body. Share a glass of your favorite one with your partner before intercourse, enjoy some foreplay, and get your body to relax.
The stronger your PC muscles the better your control. Kegel exercises have been shown to be so effective, that in just a few weeks of exercising you’ll notice more ejaculation control. To do them properly, flex, contract and hold your PC muscles for ten seconds. Start by doing three sets, then increase as you see fit.
Desensitizing creams reduce a man's penile sensation during intercourse and can increase ejaculatory control. The cream is applied before intercourse and has a "numbing effect" on the penis while allowing for a longer erection.