There is an estimation that 30% of men, at the ages between of 18 and 60, will have premature ejaculation during the act of sex with a Athens Escorts, at some point in their lives. It is characterized by ejaculation that always, or at most times, occurs within a minute or less of penetration. This is something that can be caused by a variety of reasons. Often this is happening due to psychological factors as stress, depression and relationship problems or performance anxiety.
But could be also produced by conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and thyroid or prostate problems. In short, this is not pleasant at all and sometimes can lead the person to avoid sex altogether. There are, however, some simple interventions that have been shown to be effective in treating it. Here are some.
Live to the limit
Have you ever heard the term “edging”, as a way to stay longer in sex? It means reaching the point where there is no return for an orgasm and then stopping for a minute, before you take action again. If you are a man, you have a penis, so you really know what it is like to be at the point of no return. If you are the partner of someone with a penis, it is the point that gets that expression.
“The point of no return refers to that phase, in the course of orgasm, where contractions in the seminal vesicle and prostate move the sperm to the urethra,” says Reitano. “Once there, ejaculation follows, as the rhythmic contractions of the pelvic muscles – about every 0.8 seconds – release sperm in waves from the penis.”
The key to becoming good at edging – and controlling your orgasm in every situation – means knowing how you feel right before that moment. If you have a penis, you can start exercising when you are home alone and have some free time.
Instead of looking at panties, focus on how you feel for your body. When you get to the point, exercise control for the almost invincible desire to finish. If you use the “start-start” technique, you can do edging with your partner, says sex instructors around the globe. Stop-start is a sex therapy technique that described as an “effective treatment to keep you going longer.”
As when you are alone, when this time comes, stop the stimulus that is in danger of making you finish. Then turn your attention to your partner’s enjoyment or just take a break. Don’t worry, if your erection subsides, it almost always comes back.
Once you get used to recognizing what the point of no return is and controlling yourself so you don’t get over it, you can walk into the danger zone for a while without time-outs. Becoming a master at edging has other advantages: the gradual and slow path to escalation will make your orgasm much stronger.
“Not only will the amount of sperm for ejaculation increase, but the pleasurable contractions that occur during it will also increase,” Reitano tells me, explaining that the gradual increase in emotional and psychological intensity leads to increased levels of pleasure, thus the experience of orgasm is more intense.
If you want to delay your orgasm, you can use a product that is designed to temporarily stun your penis. For many, a condom is enough. Durex and Trojan have condoms that contain 4-5% benzocaine, a factor that numbs and reduces penile sensitivity and allows you to delay ejaculation.
If you do not use a condom, you can desensitize your penis with a tissue containing 4% benzocaine and a local anesthetic. In 2017, the provisional results of a randomized, double-blind test showed more than 15 participants an intravaginal ejaculation time of more than two minutes after a period of two months (at the beginning of the trial, all 15 participants reported having sex consistently lasting less than two minutes after penetration).
Numbness sprays can also be effective. Ian Kerner, psychologist and author of She Comes First, recommends Promescent, which contains another numbing agent – lidocaine. “You spray the head of the penis a couple of times and it is absorbed very quickly, so the woman will not feel numb,” she says.
Think if you have take any pill
Dapoxetine is the first substance created specifically for the treatment of premature ejaculation. It has been approved and sold in many countries for a few years, as well as in Greece. But there are other approved drugs whose side effects include delayed orgasm, such as phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors and sildenafil – the active ingredient in Viagra.
“Surprisingly, drugs that treat erectile dysfunction and cause stronger erections in men can delay orgasm,” says Reitano, explaining that for millions of men suffering from erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation, the solution is two in one.
A 2007 study showed that sildenafil is a safe and effective way to treat ejaculation, while a study published in the early 2000s found that sildenafil reduced the irritability period by an average of 11 minutes for men around at 32 years old.
It is said that the benefits of oral ejaculation drugs over other methods, is that they allow you to enjoy sex without the restrictions of reduced engagement, sensation or techniques, that require cessation of intimacy. But there are also disadvantages. Remember that they are drugs with effects that are not limited to their use in premature ejaculation, so any side effects are possible, “if only those related to the drug itself”. Always consult your doctor.
Do your kegel
Men, like women, have pelvic floor muscles. They provide support to the pelvic organs, such as the urethra, bladder and intestine. They also contract rhythmically during orgasm. By doing the well-known Kegel exercises, these muscles become stronger. “Men have the same muscles that Kegel exercises help so many women control – men can benefit just as much from their empowerment,” says Reitano.
The easiest way to gain control of these three muscles is to stop the flow of your urine when you go to the toilet. Tighten and relax the pelvic floor muscles repeatedly for ten seconds. Do three sets, with a ten-second break between sets. Once you have established the exercise, you can test your new ability in sex.
“By repeatedly tightening the same muscles several times a day, you can develop a control that you can use to delay orgasm,” says Reitano, warning, however: . You must be careful. “Learning your muscles by stopping urinating is helpful, but not something you have to do all the time.”
Take it out of you
If you have tried all of the things that you have read above and sex still does not last long enought, as you and your partner would like, it may be time to consult a psychotherapist. You can do this alone or with your partner, if this is something that does not make you anxious. There are many sexual dysfunction that could be based on psychology rather than physicality. This is especially true, when premature ejaculation starts suddenly or occurs in certain circumstances, as doctors say.
Reading the above you can have some tricks in your mind in hot to last longer in bed. Don’t be shy and try them right now, to get as much pleasure as you can. And remember, if you find your self trying but can not achieve something, there are many out there like you. Dot get mad and call for professional help, as soon as you can, in order not to loose your best moments.