Premature Ejaculation Remedies

Premature ejaculation remedies seem hard to come by. While some may argue it’s a medical condition that requires surgery and lots of cash, others believe it’s a state of mind. But the fact is that it’s an issue that affects the ways in which countless men exist in intimate relationships. So let’s look at a few proven ways to make you last longer so both you and your partner can share more intimacy.

Condoms. One remedy to keep yourself from the embarrassment of premature ejaculation is to use a condom during sex and foreplay. While wearing a condom usually isn’t usually a man’s first choice, it’s both a good idea and a great way to make yourself last longer. In our modern world of STD’s, condoms are a great way to be safe during sex. They also work-well at eliminating direct fiction with the vagina, mouth, etc. to be just teasing enough to make you last longer.

No professional lubes. Another way to prolong your sexual pleasure without the disappointment of premature ejaculation is by not using lube during intercourse. Lube; especially some warming jellies like KY, are a great to get off, but work poorly when it comes to prolonging your intimacy. Instead of using warming jellies, use spit instead. It’s not quite as effective as popular lubes, but it’ll get the job done for both you and your partner.

Focus, focus. Another way to prolong your sexual pleasure, especially during intercourse, is to keep your mind on the goal. While its inevitability any man’s desire to orgasm, you need to make sure that both you and your partner have the opportunity to enjoy these feelings. This may include trying things such as slowing down, changing positions, or less foreplay; it will eventually get you to your goal. If you’re close and worried about ejaculating too early, remember to focus on your partner’s pleasure, not just your own. This will help you to keep on track and make sex better for both you and your partner.



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