How To Stop Premature Ejaculation

Do you wish you could last longer during sex with your girlfriend or wife? Does your woman complain that she is never sexually satisfied because you orgasm way before she does? Then you may suffer from a common problem called premature ejaculation (PE).

Don't worry – you're not alone. Almost 1 out of every 3 men suffers from premature ejaculation at all age ranges. The good news is that the outlook is promising that you can stop premature ejaculation and enjoy longer-lasting sex more regularly.

So how do you stop premature ejaculation? In most cases, premature ejaculation stems from a psychological issue that can be remedied through therapy, sexual technique, or in a final effort, through medication. Here are the most common ways you can stop premature ejaculation without medication:

Practice Masturbating

From the moment men enter puberty and discover masturbation as adolescents, it became second-nature to masturbate as quickly as possible so as not to get "caught in the act." Unfortunately for many men, this is a pattern that has never been unlearned and is carried over into sex with a partner.

Rather than rushing to orgasm, use masturbation to focus on extending the orgasm and ejaculation process, and as a good practice for sex. Try to set a goal of taking at least 20 minutes before reaching orgasm. To do this, use less stimulating strokes on the penis. Take slower strokes instead of faster. Start out without lube, and work your way up to using lube plus porn or sex toy. The more you practice, the better you will get at controlling your orgasm and preventing premature ejaculation.

Start-Stop Method

During your next sex session with your partner, start practicing the start-stop method. This is where you train yourself and your woman to stop stimulating the penis before you ejaculate too soon. After a few strokes, stop and let the feeling of pending orgasm subside. It may feel like torture, but it can actually make sex more pleasurable, and it teaches your mind and body to get used to a heightened sense of arousal without ejaculating.

Penis Squeeze

Just before you feel you are about to orgasm, squeeze the penis just below the glans or head of the penis. Continue pressure until you feel the orgasm urge to subside. This is a good method to practice during masturbation.

Perineum Press

Similar to the penis squeeze, the perineum press is done just before orgasm. Apply pressure to the perineum which is the spot just about midway between your scrotum and anus. This puts pressure on the prostate gland and prevents ejaculatory fluid from passing. Continue pressure until the feeling subsides. Pressing on the perineum can also be quite stimulating. Ask your partner to help you with this exercise!

Pelvic Floor Squeeze

Another "squeeze" exercise is the pubococcygeous (PC) muscle, also known as Kegal exercises. This is done by squeezing the pelvic floor muscles around the penis, scrotum, and anus. Doing this a few times a session and periodically throughout the day will help build up these muscles and can help prevent premature ejaculation.

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