Spread the loveDid you know that premature ejaculation is a common condition that affects men under 40 years old? In fact, 1 in 3 men all over the world suffers from this condition, though there are things that they can do to help alleviate the problem. One of the most common things that men can
Did you know that premature ejaculation is a common condition that affects men under 40 years old? In fact, 1 in 3 men all over the world suffers from this condition, though there are things that they can do to help alleviate the problem.
One of the most common things that men can do would be to consult their doctor, especially with regards to the use of penis supplements.
Aside from that, there are physical and psychological interventions that can help solve the problem as well.
Today, I am going to share some simple ways for women to help their men last longer in bed.
Practice Makes Perfect
One of the most likely reasons why your partner is suffering from premature ejaculation is that they might not have enough sex during their younger years.
Men who just had sex for the very first time do not know how to control their urges, thus resulting in an abrupt quickie.
If anything, engage in sex more often with your partner so that you can train him to control his urges whilst giving you a fun and sexy time.
Take Things Slowly
Men can be very rough when it comes to sex and that doesn’t usually end well (for them). Men’s Fitness magazine suggests that you tell your man to go slowly and deliberately.
Controlling the tempo and setting it to a slow and gradual degree can really help, especially if you are still starting with the session.
As both of you are already primed for orgasm, he can ramp up the speed so that both of you will reach the climax.
Have Him Do Some Kegels
Pelvic floor muscles are responsible for helping men control their urinating and ejaculating responses. That being said, Kegel exercises help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, so encourage your partner to do some from time to time to prime it to become better and stronger.
Have Him Wear a Condom
If you ask any man out there why they do not want to wear a condom, most (if not all) of them will say that wearing one can actually dampen the sensation that they feel whenever they engage in penetrative sex.
But, that is actually the main reason why you want your partner to wear one as condoms can help desensitize their penises from feeling 100% of the sensation they normally would feel had they not wear one. Have him wear a thick condom just to make sure.
Another side benefit of having him wear a condom is that it is a known and proven birth control method. So, if you are not planning to get pregnant yet, then using a condom can really prevent pregnancy from happening.
Switch It Up
Your man might love the doggy style and that is probably the last position he does before ejaculating and calling it a night.
Ask him to do other sex positions. Finding the right position that doesn’t overstimulate their penises can really help him last longer in bed.