Friday, 26 June 2015

How to Delay Ejaculation to Last Longer in Bed

Ejaculation can be considered premature when it occurs 30 seconds to 4 minutes into sex, depending on different cultures, countries and experts. However, it seems that most tend to agree that any sexual intercourse lasting less than 2 minutes can be considered premature ejaculation (statement source-

Learn to delay ejaculation and last longer in bed by trying these simple tips to delay and prolong ejaculation. This will enable you and your partner to enjoy a healthy sex life.

Kegel exercises - Kegel exercises can help you prolong ejaculation. Kegels are those muscles that you use for controlling urination. So, flex these muscles about 30 times a day to delay ejaculation. Stop the flow of urine for 30—60 seconds (once a day). This technique should become easy if you practice from time to time.

Squeeze technique - Prolong ejaculation and delay it by holding the tip of the head of the man-hood. Squeezing the tip of the man-hood can help control premature ejaculation. So your partner can also help you to squeeze the tip of your penile during intercourse.

Use a Condom: Condoms reduce sensation to the penis, making overstimulation less of a problem. Avoid condoms with lubricants that impart different sensations, like tingling or warm sensation. It goes without saying, but the more stimulation, the easier the ejaculation.

Condoms that are marketed to help men last longer often contain a gel or a cream inside the condom that has benzocaine as an active ingredient. Benzocaine works by slightly numbing or desensitizing the skin on a man’s penis. By reducing sensation during sex, condoms with benzocaine may help men to last longer by several minutes. For men who come more quickly than they or their partner would like, this can be very appealing.

Health Warnings- Most men are able to use condoms that contain benzocaine without experiencing any negative side effects. However, some men may be sensitive or allergic to benzocaine or to other ingredients used in the cream or gel that’s inside the condom. In fact, some case reports describe men who have experienced redness, inflammation or other irritation – sometimes quite severe – to their penis. - See more at:

One issue I have with delay condoms is that they simply don’t help to fix the underlying problem. You still will cum too soon when you don’t use something to numb your penis. It’s way better to train yourself to last longer naturally, so that you don’t need to use some kind of chemical.

Testes - The scrotum rises as a man reaches climax and is on the verge of ejaculation. So, delay ejaculation by pulling the scrotum away from the body or your partner helps to massage during sex.

Change focus - Rather than concentrating on ejaculation, concentrate on your partner’s pleasure. Think more of satisfying him/her, letting her/him knows that you are fully involved at the ‘act time’.

Combination of thrusts - Delay ejaculation or male climax by combining shallow thrusts with deep thrusts. These techniques helps prolong ejaculation and will make you last longer in bed.

Massage the prostate gland - When you practice delaying ejaculation, the prostate gland turns sore. Hence it is important to massage the gland to prevent any kind of pain.

Perineum pressure - Delay ejaculation by applying pressure to the perineum, which is the spot between the anus and scrotum. The prostate gland expands and contracts while reaching climax or ejaculation. So, by applying pressure on this spot, one can prolong ejaculation.
Pelvic muscles - Squeeze the pubococcygeous muscle to stop ejaculating. Contract these muscles, which are used for controlling urine; doing so regularly helps you delay ejaculation.

Blueberries - This berry is known to delay ejaculation, as it relaxes the nerves in the man-hood.
Other Aphrodisaic foods are:
•Garlic •Sweet potatoes •Pumpkin Leaves •Lobsters •Shrimps •Crustaceans
•Oyster •A little red wine •Chicken Breasts •Olive oil •Bananas •Grapes

Woman-on-top - This sex position reduces your chances of premature ejaculation, thereby helping you last longer in bed. Switch to the woman-on-top sex position to delay ejaculation.

Start and stop - When you have the urge to release, stop, pull out and then thrust again. Also, the start and stop method helps a couple to last longer in bed and enjoy the full sexual experience. This delay technique requires great perseverance and has to be used regularly.

Self Service and Control your Climax - It involves stimulating the penis and stopping just before you feel you’re about to ejaculate. Stop the ejaculation for at least, 20secs—50 seconds and start again once you feel you’re back on track, repeat this process and measure your results.
Self service can help you prolong sex, so delay ejaculation by self servicing at least an hour before intercourse.

Before engaging in intercourse, engage in foreplay – ask your partner to gently massage the man-hood along with lubrication. In time this method can help you prolong ejaculation. And if you release, she can help you to come up again, at this point you will not ejaculate on time again. There is no reason not to have another round even when you have ejaculated. If your partner is accommodating, the experience can be quite enjoyable. Each time you orgasm, she will find you last longer the next round.

We should also understand that premature ejaculation is more of a psychological thing, I mean more of mindset. So you have to train your mind, it also has to do with how you breath during sex, taking big breaths will surely help to reduce ejaculatory response-so it is perfectly normal to breath hard when you are having sex. Moving of your penile and pelvic is also very important.

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