It can be frustrating when you finish too quickly in bed. It’s embarrassing since both you and your partner should enjoy it usually when it’s longer.
However, you’re not alone. Premature ejaculation happens in 23.8% of men in Australia, which clearly states that it can happen at some point in your life.
Luckily, there are ways you can do to prevent ejaculating quickly. This guide will help you to understand more about ejaculation and the techniques you should do before engaging in another round of intercourse with your woman.
How Long Does Ejaculation Last?
According to NCBI, researchers had 500 heterosexual couples repeatedly engage in sex sessions for over four weeks while measuring the time between penetrationsand ejaculation. The result yielded a median time of 5.4 minutes.
If you’re one of the guys who don’t last long as 5 to 6 minutes, then you’re likely to have premature ejaculation. PE occurs when a man ejaculates after a minute or two, no matter how hard he tries to delay it.
You begin to feel frustrated when you’re on the verge of orgasm but you notice your partner hasn’t reached hers yet. Besides, men want to experience orgasm together with their partner.
If you’re the type of person who wants to last longer in bed, these are some ways to achieve it. Follow these steps, and the next thing you know, you can hold your ejaculation longer and enjoy a more sexy time with your partner.
Work Your PC Muscles
Pubococcygeal (PC) muscles support your rectum and bladder to control urine flow. In other words, if you work it right, it will help to control ejaculation when you’re engaged in sexual activity.
- To work it out, lift your testicles without the aid of your hands. Imagine it lifting to your guts or contracting it like your shortening your penis.
- Once you know how to contract and expand your PC muscles, hold and tighten it for 10 seconds then release. Repeat the exercise for ten rounds.
This exercise will help you to control and delay your ejaculation to stay longer in bed. Make sure to do it slowly and consistently so as not to strain your penis.
Switch Positions from Time to Time
If you’re used to a specific sex position with your partner that surely gets you to the point of no return, maybe it’s time to switch things up.
You can try other positions with your partner to last longer during sex. You can let your partner sit on top of you for a few minutes then switch to another position. The penis has numerous nerve pathways that are stimulated during a certain motion.
Explore other ways to please each other without experiencing premature ejaculation.
Commonly known as edging, it is a technique that allows you to masturbate and bring yourself almost to the point of orgasm, then stopping it until you can control your excitement.
Using this technique will require you to practice it before having sex with your partner. It will allow you to control your orgasm, lasting you longer in bed.
If you feel you’re almost ejaculating, squeeze below the head of your penis. Hold it tight with your forefinger and thumb to focus the pressure along the underside of your penis.
Using this technique will help you last longer in sex by pushing the blood flow from your penis to decrease the chances of ejaculating.
Thrusting is one way to enjoy the intercourse, but doing it fast can be very stimulating to your penis. Instead, you can massage her clitoris using your penis. You can also explore her G-spot and press your penis against it to stimulate her orgasm.
In this way, you can avoid ejaculating prematurely without sacrificing enjoyment and pleasure.
Prioritise Your Woman
Women reach orgasm longer than men do so make sure to let her enjoy the sensation and pleasure before you do.
Stimulating her clitoris and G-spot will help her reach her orgasm while keeping your own at bay. Be experimental and play with your partner according to what she likes. It may relieve you from ejaculating prematurely to last longer in bed.
Masturbate Before Sex
Masturbating beforehand is a proven technique to fight premature ejaculation. Ejaculating quickly means that you haven’t ejaculated for a while. Hence, you need to release it.
If you haven’t ejaculated for a while, it will be hard for you to control it even after a little stimulation, thrust or lick.
There are more ways to last longer in bed, including using condoms, pills and even tech support. However, if you don’t prefer these methods, you can do the practices mentioned above.
Premature ejaculation or release will prevent you from engaging in sex longer because it can run out the energy from your body. Besides, practising these techniques will benefit not only you but also your partner.
The next time you’re with your partner in bed, it will surprise the both of you that you can do multiple orgasms together without releasing it quickly.
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