From Minutes to Marathon Sex: Longer Lasting Sex Tips
Premature ejaculation is an interrelated psychological and physiological condition that commonly affects men. Indeed, as up to seventy-five percent of all men in the world are estimated to experience it regularly to semi-regularly, it could be claimed to be a natural part of the human male design. It is defined as the man achieving sexual climax before he or his partner would like to.
Many men are self-conscious and disenchanted about their scientifically labeled ‘intra-vaginal ejaculation latency time’, either because they would like to be able to please their partner better or want to extend their own sexual pleasure. Hence, longer lasting sex tips are in order.
1. Learn about your body. Pressing the muscle behind the scrotum can delay ejaculation, but better yet, learning how to tighten and hold during intercourse will give your hands greater freedom. Similar pressure to the penis, on the urethra tube, pushes out the blood and temporarily prevents ejaculation. If you cannot hold back, then stop, change position, or give oral or manual stimulation to your partner until you feel you can safely continue.
2. Mental discipline is equally effective. The area of your brain controlling ejaculation is activated during sexual intercourse, whether you concentrate on your climax or not. Hence, by focusing on the moment’s feelings rather than the outcome, you might delay ejaculation. Some men practice thinking about anything else, other than the act at hand.
3. Movements during sex regulate stimulation. Short, shallow or circular movements reduce excitement to a more manageable level. Letting your woman control the movements by positioning her on top can have the same effect.
4. Masturbation can help. Some men choose to masturbate up to the approximate time it takes their partner to achieve orgasm; it helps them to maintain an erection.
5. To focus on her orgasm is the most important of all these longer lasting sex tips. If this does not suffice in preventing yours from occurring prematurely, consider letting it happen. Then proceed to give your partner oral or manual stimulation until you feel you are up to a second round, as most men last longer the second time than they do the first.
Drugs can be prescribed if premature ejaculation is perceived as a problem of significant psychological consequences. Although many ‘miracle’ products, claiming to be effective, are fraudulent, Prozac has been found to delay ejaculation and is a potential remedy in some cases. However, many prefer to use drugs as a last resort.
It has been speculated that premature ejaculation stems from a need for a safety mechanism during primordial times, when bouts of intercourse left both parties vulnerable to their enemies. Over the years, circumstances have changed; sexual relations have become a pursuit of pleasure rather than an activity limited to the procreation of the species.