Duration isn’t always important… but sometimes IT IS!It’s common to equate sexual prowess with sexual stamina, although, amazing-and-short sex is almost always preferable to awful-but-long banging. Most people might not want to admit that they couldn’t make it past the five-minute mark, but research shows almost half of men orgasm in two minutes or less. According to the study, seven to 13 minutes is a "desirable" length of time to be going at it in the bedroom.But guys, sex isn’t a race against time, and if that’s what it feels like to you, it’s time to switch things up a bit.There are many reasons why you might not last as long in bed as you would like. But the good news is that there are a variety of behavioural changes, health tips, and in certain cases, even prescription treatments that can help you last longer in bed.
But Here are some of the things YOU can do to stretch it out.
Foreplay to the rescue! Instead of jumping into intercourse and then getting bored, start with foreplay, oral sex and passionate kissing. Start slowly and you'll end up lasting longer. Stretch the intercourse. Take more time in making passionate romantic moves than actually just jumping on each other. It will be enjoyable for the both of you as well as last y’all a while.
Sex without masturbating is "like going out there with a loaded gun." Ejaculating an hour or two beforehand makes it harder for a man to come quickly. You can build up arousal again with slow and intimate foreplay with your partner, so your excitement is initially satisfied and you can better pace yourself and sync up with your partner's rhythm.
USE YOUR REFRACTORY PERIOD WELL
Well, we know that a man needs some time after climax. Instead of dozing off after just the first round, try rocking her world for a change! Yes men. I’m calling you out. Stop being selfish and tend to your partner’s needs for once. And you can do this while you’re resting. So practically you aren’t even “wasting” your time. Also if you feel like that, you’re probably doing sex wrong!! So while your little one rests, you can wake her g-spot for once!
While you’re on the brink, try to stop and wait for a minute. It may be frustrating at first, so maybe get the help of your partner. This will actually help you delay your orgasm and you will last longer in bed. It also sensitizes your pleasure areas more because of the constant ebb and flow. When you finally orgasm it will be stronger and more pleasurable for the both of you.
When you've been with the same partner for a while, your routine sex positions can make his body anticipate coming, and thus come a lot sooner. New positions and sensations will distract you and your partner and will help you last longer. Also don’t forget to have fun, when you’re happy and experimenting you will not be under pressure and automatically will last longer. So don’t be stressed, discuss with your partner before you try out new stuff and just have fun.
GRAB THICKER CONDOMS
You should always practice safe sex, so just switch up your condom purchases and instead get your partner something a little thicker. Keep in mind that it’s still important to make sure you find something that fits right for him. Condoms can also slip-on and act as a “desensitizer.”
To last longer on the bed you need energy and effort. High energy can be achieved only by exercising daily. Exercise is a great way to increase your stamina and boost your blood circulation. Kegel exercise is the best and easiest way to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and last longer in bed. Having control over your pelvic muscles will help you have a stronger erection. You can start by doing this simple exercise. When visiting the bathroom, try to start and stop the flow of urine.And if nothing helps, and if you find this issue seriously, consult a doctor, you might be suffering from premature ejaculation. But don’t worry PE is totally curable. Get yourself checked by a good sexologist, or consult us if you want. We are always happy to help. You can also come to me for any problems related to sex and health. I'll surely reply back. For more blogs on sex and marriage keep reading.