How to Make Sex Last Longer   



How to Make Sex Last Longer

 
Sex is supposed to be a great experience for most people. Unfortunately for some of us, it is one of those experiences that gets over, even before it begins. For reasons as varied as stress, tiredness, performance anxiety and premature ejaculation, a multitude of people actually dread the possibility of another romp in the hay. Some people feel so hopeless, they often form a terrible mental block, worsening their plight. But, there are several things you can do to prolong your climax, to enable you to last longer in bed.

Before the act, don’t stress it:

One of the major reasons for premature ejaculation is performance anxiety. Remember, don’t stress about something that hasn’t happened yet. Don’t let ‘what-ifs’ and other negativity inducing thoughts cloud your mind and put a dampener (quite literally) on your confidence. Instead, a little meditation, relaxation, doing something you really enjoy, like listening to music will definitely help in keeping you in a positive frame of mind.

Exercise regularly:

For some people, not being able to sustain an erection is more about a sedentary lifestyle than anything else. That’s why make sure you maintain an active lifestyle. That doesn’t mean you quit your desk job and become a coal miner or lumberjack, simply jog or walk for half an hour a day, or gym thrice a week and you’ll be sorted.

Try to distract yourself:

If you find yourself getting too excited during sex, try to distract yourself from how turned on you are by thinking about something completely unrelated to the situation, like work or school. Temporarily diverting your attention can help you relax and slow down. Whatever you think of, make sure that it's something that doesn't turn you on sexually in any way.

Masturbate, start, then stop, then start again:

Using the start/stop technique while masturbating really helps in making your erection last for a longer time. It is quite simple, masturbate until you feel like you’re about to reach your climax and then reduce the intensity of your ministrations, or stop completely. After a brief interval (like a couple of minutes) begin again and continue the same technique. You will find that you will have programmed yourself to act this way, during the act as well.

Monogamy works:

Men tend to get nervous about partnering with a new partner for sex. But, they aren’t nearly half as nervous when having sex with a partner they’ve had for awhile.

Wear a condom:

Men often complain of reduced sensitivity and lack of friction while wearing a condom, which in this case is precisely what you need. Besides certain variants of condoms have a delay gel in their lubricant, which helps prolong the sex. Then there’s also the fact that condoms help prevent STDs and pregnancy.

Change focus: Rather than concentrating on ejaculation, concentrate on your partner's pleasure.

Let her be in control:

The person who is in control is usually the one experiencing most of the pleasure; letting her be in control can help decrease some of the sensitivity you feel.

Squeeze technique:

Prolong ejaculation and delay it by holding the tip of the head of the penis. Squeezing the tip of the penis can help control premature ejaculation.

Use a delay gel:

Delay gels are designed to reduce sensitivity in your genitals and make you last longer during sex. The active ingredient in most of these products is benzocaine, which is an inherent desensitising agent. Some delay gels also have more organic ingredients, which can increase a man’s stamina.

Testes:

The scrotum rises as a man reaches orgasm and is on the verge of ejaculation. So, delay ejaculation by pulling the scrotum away from the body.

Breathe slow, breathe deep:

Breathe deeply instead of taking constant short sharp breaths, helps in regulating your heart rate and keeping your heart rate down means a constant, more sustained supply of blood to your penis, which keeps it harder for a longer time.

Relax and be positive. Premature ejaculation is as much a physical issue as a mental one. Try not to create a self-fulfilling prophecy by labeling yourself as sexually incompetent in any way. Approaching sex with confidence, self respect, and a positive attitude rather than fear and self-doubt can make all the difference for both you and your partner.

Relax and be positive:

Premature ejaculation is as much a physical issue as a mental one. Try not to create a self-fulfilling prophecy by labeling yourself as sexually incompetent in any way. Approaching sex with confidence, self respect, and a positive attitude rather than fear and self-doubt can make all the difference for both you and your partner.

Combination of thrusts:

Delay ejaculation or male orgasm by combining shallow thrusts with deep thrusts. This technique helps prolong ejaculation and will make you last longer in bed.

Extend foreplay:

Start with foreplay, oral sex and passionate kissing. Start slowly and you'll end up lasting longer.

Take the time to whisper sweet nothings:

Take time out and talk to her, while in the midst of the act and this will take your mind off your ‘performance’ and put you at ease. Besides, making love to a woman and taking the time to talk to her during the act is a very intimate thing to do.

Fingering:

It is important to caress your partner during foreplay, remember to be gentle. You can begin with stimulating the clitoris and then slowly put two fingers into the vagina, while continuing to caress her.

Change positions often:

Changing positions often increases the element of adventure and also shifts your attention. As an added incentive, why not switch to a position that gives her more pleasure, or perform oral sex on her, just to show her that her pleasure means the world to you.

Tips
•Try to keep sex at a relatively slow pace, at least in the beginning. Control your tempo if you can, and remember that sex isn't a race.
•Take Hot Bath Before Sex.
•These tips won't help with erectile dysfunction, the inability to achieve or sustain an erection.[5] If you think you may have ED, talk to your doctor to find a treatment option that's right for you.
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Happy reading,
Evelyn


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