Finally, step three is what to do during sex to make sure you last as long as possible.And to help you in the process, be sure to download the app, Stamena, which will help train you to last longer.The only cure is to approach sex with a confident, positive outlook on how you’re going to perform. Rather, they’ll think higher of you for wanting to improve your sex life together, and want to work on it with you. If you’ve never heard of kegels before, I wrote more in-depth articles on kegel exercises for men, and reverse kegels, to help you out.It’s nothing to be ashamed or embarrassed about, and you’ll find that just being open about it will solve half the problem on its own. But you can get by with the abbreviated version below if you’re familiar with it.You don’t have to do it that frequently, once a day is fine, but doing it 2 to 3 times a day will get you there faster.
The average sex session is 5-7 minutes, but 50% of guys last less than 2 minutes.
And if you consider it biologically, it makes sense. So what does your body do when you’re anxious during sex?
It reduces the amount of time you’re in a vulnerable state by subjecting you to either premature ejaculation, or erectile dysfunction. If you bring up your concerns about how long you’re lasting and that you want to work on it with them, they’re not going to think less of you. There are only two things you need to do regularly to control premature ejaculation: kegel exercises and masturbation practice. The best way to improve your ejaculatory control is the strengthen the muscles that control ejaculation. You do that through kegel exercises, and reverse kegels, which train your pelvic floor muscles to help you control when you ejaculate.
Both men and women want longer lasting sex, but guys lack the sexual stamina to make it happen. The advice floating around the Internet is terrible, and I suspect that most of it is written by people who haven’t dealt with the problem. Me drinking enough wine to talk about sex on the Internet.
We’re going to cover a lot, so be ready to take notes.