6 Ways to Last Longer in Bed
Did you know that the average time that a man can last in bed is just a measly 5.4
minutes? Well, that is at least according to the study done in 2005 where 500
heterosexual men were asked to record how long they can last in bed with their
It seems that premature ejaculation is quite common. So common, in fact, that it can
affect 1 in 3 men all over the world. One of the reasons why PE is so frustrating is that if
you are being more mindful about it, the harder it is for you to truly fight it, at least from
a physical standpoint.
Although it may seem that all hope is lost, there are some tweaks that you can make to
help you last longer in bed. And, the good news is that they aren’t hard at all. One thing
you can do is to start using penis supplements that not only help strengthen your penis
but also ensures that it is healthy and can last longer during hot and steamy sessions.
In this article, I will go over other ways you can last longer in bed, so be sure to stick
around until the very end.
Get Your Workout
Our bodies are designed to move and if you get more physical activity into your daily
life, then you are going to reap a lot of health benefits.
That being said, you should not only get good aerobic and resistance training exercises,
but you should also consider doing some Kegel exercises as well.
These exercises can help strengthen your Pubococcygeal muscles or PC muscles
which are located on your pelvic floor. These muscles are responsible for helping you
hold your pee in and out of its chamber.
Kegel exercises have been known to be effective as a 2005 study indicated that about
75% of their male participants did say that after doing such exercises, it had helped
them somewhat in controlling their ejaculatory urges.
Slow Your Thrusting Down
One of the ways men can reach ejaculation so quickly is due to the fact that they are
thrusting way too fast. If you think that you are at the point of no return, slow down your
thrusting and please your partner in a different way until things have subsided a little.
For example, you can pull your penis out and massage the cap of it on the clitoral
surface of their vagina. That can also help them with their sensation.
Mix Things Up
We all have our preferred sex positions, but according to licensed sex psychotherapist,
Vanessa Marin, she advises men who suffer from PE to mix things up.
Try different positions that both you and your partner can comfortably do. Who knows,
you might find a position or two that you really like more than your current favorite.
If you feel that you are about to finish, stop what you are doing, pull your penis out, and
apply considerable pressure to the area just under your penis cap.
This is known by health experts as ‘the squeeze’ and doing so will allow you to last
longer in bed as the action can help decrease sexual tension in your penis, thus helping
subside ejaculatory responses.
Think About Making Your Partner Happy
A lot of men assume that the only way for them to make their partners happy is to
penetrate until they reach kingdom come. Well, there are actually a number of different
ways to satisfy your partner.
Clitoral stimulation, for example, can make her cum even more than just you thrusting
your penis inside of her. I suggest that you also look into increasing more foreplay time
to compensate as well.
Use Thicker Condoms
Are you wearing a condom? If you ejaculate way too early, it is probably because you
are using the thinnest ones. Opt for the thicker variety as it can help desensitize your
penis when you are thrusting.