To “last longer in bed” refers to the ability to delay or extend the length of time before reaching orgasm and ejaculating during sexual intercourse. It is a common concern among men, as premature ejaculation can impact sexual satisfaction and intimacy in relationships.
Tips to last longer in bed
Lasting longer in bed is a common concern for many men. Here are some tips to help increase your stamina:
Masturbate before sex: Masturbating before sex can help reduce arousal and delay ejaculation.
kegel exercises: Strengthening your pelvic floor muscles through kegel exercises can improve control over your ejaculation.
Mind-body connection: Paying attention to your body and focusing on the sensations can help you last longer.
Use the squeeze technique: This technique involves stimulating the penis almost to the point of ejaculation and then squeezing the base of the penis to reduce arousal. Repeat as needed.
Slow down: Try slowing down your movements and breathing to reduce stimulation and delay ejaculation.
Try different positions: Experimenting with different sexual positions can help you control your arousal and last longer.
Focus on your partner: Shift your focus to your partner’s pleasure and take pressure off yourself to perform.
Try thicker condoms: Thicker condoms can help reduce sensation and delay ejaculation.
Reduce alcohol and drug use: Substance use can impair sexual function and lower stamina.
Talk to your partner: Open communication can help reduce performance anxiety and improve intimacy.
Consider therapy or counselling: If premature ejaculation is affecting your relationship or causing distress, therapy or counselling can be helpful.
Engage in Foreplay: This refers to sexual activities that occur before intercourse. It can include physical or emotional actions that increase sexual arousal and prepare both partners for sex. Examples of foreplay include:
Tip 12a: Touching
Tip 12b: Massaging
Tip 12c: Oral sex
Tip 12d: Dirty talk
Tip 12e: Role-playing
Tip 12f: Light BDSM play
Tip 12 (summary)
Foreplay can be a crucial component of sexual intimacy, as it helps to build up anticipation and excitement for the main event. It also allows for more bonding time between partners and can lead to more fulfilling and enjoyable sexual experiences.
It is important to remember that everyone is different, and what works for one person may not work for another. It may also take time to find the right technique for you. If you still have difficulty staying in bed longer, you must talk to your healthcare provider for additional support and guidance.