6 Surefire Ways To Last Longer In Bed

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How to last longer in bed
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Premature ejaculation might not always mean there is an underlying medical problem. Sometimes, it might just be that you are doing some things wrong or you need to up your game in bed. Also, the myth that premature ejaculation only affects the youngins is far from the truth because it can affect any man regardless of his age at any point in time of his life.

Premature ejaculation (PE) is the release of semen from the body sooner than expected during sexual activity. According to scientific research, premature ejaculation is predominant among men from ages 18 – 30 but could affect men in their 40s, 50s and 60s.

According to the American Urological Association, it could also be the most common male sexual disorder that the majority of men face.

This situation can be incredibly frustrating especially because it could feel uncontrollable and the more you try to stop it, the worse it gets. You might manage by taking your mind on a trip elsewhere but does that help you enjoy sex at all?

Fortunately, it does not have to be a long-standing problem that you have to face. Numerous techniques can help you last longer in bed, so you and your partner are satisfied.

Here is a list of surefire ways to get you to last longer in bed

Black couple. Photo – Pexels / Alex Green

1. Reduce your thrusting

You can enjoy sex in several ways without having to aggressively and speedily thrust. Slow down your pace control and extend the duration of intercourse. As opposed to rapid continuous thrusting, slow down and go for more deliberate movement. This will reduce overstimulation and increase pleasure for you and your partner.

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2. Try edging

Edging is a sexual technique used to slow down stimulation and prolong how long it takes to reach an orgasm. Also known as orgasm control, it involves bringing yourself close to an orgasm and slowing down before you climax. Repeating this process severally during sexual activity will increase your stamina and help you to have control over ejaculation.

3. Go for longer-lasting positions

Similarly, you might want to try positions that do not provide too much stimulation. Avoid positions that allow deep penetration like doggy or missionary styles. Try positions that are shallow and don’t require complete penetration like the lotus position, spooning, side-by-side, and reverse cowgirl.

4. The pause and squeeze technique

When you feel like you’re going to climax, pause and gently squeeze the head of your private part. This helps with decreasing arousal and delaying ejaculation. After the urge to climax passes, you can resume sexual activity.

Although, this method requires constant communication with your partner to avoid turning them off.

5. Use the right protection

Using condoms during any sexual activity should be the norm in this day and age, but in the case of premature ejaculation, you might want to take extra precautions as to what type of condoms you use. Check for condoms made with thick rubbers that can desensitise your private part during sex. They can help with premature ejaculation, almost acting like a numbing instrument to help prolong reaching climax.

This Guardian Life content is intended for information purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Never ignore professional medical advice in seeking treatment because of something you have read on the Guardian Life website. If you think you may have a medical emergency, immediately call your doctor or dial 112.

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