How to Last Longer in Bed
Many people want to find the secrets to good sexual health but there are no secrets. There are things that you might have already known (but are not doing) that can help improve your sex life.
In today’s article, I will go over some tips to help you last longer in bed. Right off the bat, eating the best foods for men’s virility can certainly do wonders.
Before giving away some tips to help you last longer in the sheets, I will first discuss the various issues that plague men in bed.
According to recent statistics released by the Journal of Sexual Medicine, 1 in 10 men could experience either erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation or both. On average, men can last 5-6 minutes during penetrative sex, while ED and PE sufferers last much shorter than that. In fact, those who suffer from PE, for example, can only last for 2 minutes and nothing more.
Now, you’re probably asking what factors contribute to the said condition. Well, there are actually two types of PE: Primary and Secondary.
Primary premature ejaculation is mainly caused by psychological stress, including anxiety or depression. Secondary PE is caused more on physical factors, including one’s diet and lifestyle.
Both premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction can lead to performance anxiety in men, so it is best to tackle these problems in the best ways possible.
How to Last Longer in Bed?
Now that you’ve come to the part that you’ve all been waiting for, treating sexual dysfunction in men can be done naturally (although, there are supplements and medications that can help with that, but you only want to take them as a last resort).
Here are just some tips:
Engage in Longer Foreplay
Most men typically do not engage in foreplay because the best way for them to experience sex is to engage in vaginal penetration (almost immediately for some). However, keep in mind that women reach orgasm in so many different ways- one of which is through foreplay.
If you only spend a couple of minutes on foreplay (or even none at all), consider giving more time to this. Foreplay can include kissing, cuddling, hugging, sexual teasing, and more.
Believe it or not, premature ejaculation can be curbed just by establishing some self-control. One way to do this is by doing the ‘squeeze’. Basically, during penetrative sex, when you feel that you are about to ejaculate, stop what you are doing and squeeze the head of your penis using considerable force for about 10-20 seconds.
You want to do the squeeze for as long as you need it. You can only stop once the ejaculatory response is gone and then you can proceed further into penetrative sex.
Use a Thick Condom
Condoms not only help prevent unwanted pregnancies but it can also help reduce the sensation that you feel whenever you penetrate your partner’s vagina.
If you are going to use a condom, make sure to opt for a much thicker one. That way, you can always ensure that you get reduced sensations while also having fun with your partner in the process.