Many people struggle to last longer in bed, so don’t worry you are not alone. According to experts, almost every man faces the problem of premature ejaculation at some in his life.
It’s believed that there are two ways to last longer in bed, physical and psychological treatment. “While physical remedies target the sensations you feel during sex, psychological solutions address your worry, stress, or other mental factors that may explain your quick trigger, said Thomas J. Walsh, M.D., a urologist at the University of Washington to MensHealth.
But remember duration isn’t the most important mantra for great sex, along with it you need to even know how to please her in bed.
Here are few tips by experts to deal with premature ejaculation. But be warned: Dr. Walsh recommends trying these out on your own before attempting them during sex.
In simple term this means that one can keep a check on ones neurophysiology or how you might react to physical sensations. While there are a lot of different types of biofeedback, one of the most common for lasting longer in bed is to bring yourself right to the edge of orgasm before stopping all sexual or masturbatory activity until you have your excitement under control, explains Dr. Walsh.
This also teaches your brain and body to control your orgasm response. Apply lots of lube or cream while you practice this to avoid chaffing yourself, advises Emily Morse, Ph.D.
If you feel you are about to come, stop and squeeze right below the head of your penis. “Apply firm pressure with your thumb and forefinger and focus the pressure on the urethra—the tube running along the underside of the penis,” advises Ian Kerner, Ph.D., a sex therapist and author of She Comes First.
This helps you to last longer in bed and decreases the sexual tension.
- Remember ladies first
If you help her to finish first it automatically reduces the pressure to last longer in bed. Remember you are an artist in bed, use your finger or mouth and let her get an orgasm first.
- De- Sensitizers
There are sprays called “local anesthetics” that you can apply on your penis. This reduces the sensation and gives you more control. Remember to use it in a right amount so that it’s not transferred to your partner.
Condom that have extra-thick rubber can act like a slip-on desensitizer for your member and helps you last longer in bed, according to report in MensHealth.Look for condoms packs that have lingo like “extended pleasure” or “performax” or “for long lasting”.
There are various pills available in the market that helps you last konger, in fact in many parts of the world men pop a pill to become erect. But you should consult your doctor while opting for this.
- Consult an expert
If you feel you have tried everything that was possible without any success, it’s time to consult a sexual dysfunction specialist. “He or she will help you approach this practically and pragmatically,” Dr. Walsh says, adding It’s about learning the physical or mental mechanisms that can help you Avoid Premature Ejaculation.”