Are you frustrated about your inability to prolong your erection and delay your climax? Are your partners in bed expressing their disappointment in your sexual longevity?
Are you putting your health at risk by taking several pills without your doctor’s approval?
If you answered “yes” to two or all of these questions, then you will find the following eight tips to last in bed an enlightening piece.
Keep in mind that these will be useful in enhancing your sexual performance but you must still consult with your doctor if and when you have other concerns, such as the possibility of an underlying medical condition.
Take A Page From The Kama Sutra
The Kama Sutra is not just a book filled with nearly-pornographic drawings. You will find plenty of techniques about being a better lover in bed including sex positions, erogenous zones, and sexual exercises.
You can read and learn about foreplay techniques to make her climax even during foreplay and to make your erection last longer than before.
Plus, the ancient writers of the Kama Sutra have explored the sensual aspects of sex, which you can use to your advantage.
Perform Kegel Exercises
Contrary to popular opinion, Kegel exercises are not just for women who want to achieve tighter vaginal walls and better muscle control.
Men can also perform Kegel exercises, which involve exercising the pubococcygeus muscles, to enjoy more control over their ejaculatory system; the pubococcygeus (PC) muscles are the muscles stretching from the anus to the urinary sphincter.
To do Kegels:
- Stop your urine flow in mid-stream to identify your PC muscles.
- Clench and relax the muscles that you have identified (i.e., without actually urinating) at least 15 times a day for three sets (i.e., three times a day).
You will observe that Kegel exercises can contribute to better blood flow to the penis and, thus, better erections. In turn, your confidence in your sexual performance can increase, not to mention that you will have greater control over your ejaculation.
If you would like to know more about Kegels, I recommend you to see step by step guide here
Banish Your Anxiety
While it may be easier said than done, you have to stop listening to the negative opinions in your head about your sexual performance.
This is because performance anxiety will easily kill an erection and result in premature ejaculation, which is understandable considering that you will be too focused on what you are doing.
When you start listening to your confident inner voice, you will likely start focusing on the give-and-take nature of sex. Your partner will be more receptive to your foreplay when you are actually in the moment instead of worrying about the future – your premature ejaculation.
Practice The Pause-And-Squeeze Technique
You have to request your partner to assist in preventing premature ejaculation on your part especially with the pause-and-squeeze technique.
Whenever you feel that you are about to prematurely ejaculate (i.e., your partner has yet to climax), you should pull your penis out of the vagina (i.e., pause) and ask her to squeeze one of these three areas of your penis – or you can do it yourself, too:
- Around the base of your shaft, make a tight right with your index finger and thumb to simulate the action of a penis ring;
- Apply firm pressure on the underside of your penis’ head, an area densely packed with nerves; or
- Press on the perineum, the spot between the base of your testicles and anus, which will result in the congestion of the ejaculate and prevent its early release.
Practice The 7 And 9 Strokes Method
This requires presence of mind even in the heat of the moment. Basically, you will do 7 fast in-and-out strokes, 9 slow in-and-out strokes, and then repeat the cycle.
You will find that the rhythm can prolong your erection while your partner will also be able to establish a rhythm that can lead to her climax.
Aside from these in-bed techniques, you should also adopt other methods that can boost your overall physical and mental health. You should adopt a balanced diet, a moderate exercise program, and sensible lifestyle habits, too.