This handy guide will show you exactly how to last longer in bed.
Wondering how to last longer in bed?
At the moment, you may feel discouraged because, like a lot of men, you struggle to last long enough in bed to please your partner sexually.
Whether you experience premature ejaculation or just have the desire to last longer in bed, you’ve come to the right place.
Our guide can be the beginning step to restoring your romantic confidence and help make sex better for you both.
What this guide includes:
- 18 different ways you can boost your stamina and make sex better
- A video on exactly how to perform pelvic floor exercises(Kegels)
- Illustrations of best sex positions, like doggy style and sitting on the throne
- Tips and techniques for people that experience premature ejaculation, like edging and the squeeze technique
- Proven products that make a difference, like delay sprays, male stamina trainers, and the GETPEA app.
So, without further ado, let’s get started.
1. Practice Kegels Exercises
One medically recommended way to improve how long you last in bed is through strengthening your pelvic floor muscles.
When the pelvic floor muscles are weak, it is more challenging to control premature ejaculation.
By strengthening your pelvic floor muscles, you’ll have better control over when you climax during intimacy.
You also won’t feel so much at the mercy of the moment.
How To Do Kegels For Premature Ejaculation
Here are some quick and easy Kegel exercises to help you last longer in bed.
Find the Correct Muscles: Your pelvic floor muscles are the same ones that allow you to stop urination flow in midstream. Once you find the pelvic floor muscles, you can do pelvic floor muscle exercises or Kegels in any position.
Practice Your Technique: Flex your pelvic floor muscles for three seconds, then rest for three seconds. After that, try doing this several times in a row.
Stay Focused: You want to avoid tightening other muscle groups surrounding the pelvic floor muscles when doing Kegels. It’s important to breathe normally and try NOT to contract the muscles of your thighs, buttocks, and abdomen.
Get in Your Reps: It doesn’t take much time each day to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. You should see progress if you can do at least three sets of 10 reps per day.
2. Try Different Sex Positions
Have you ever wondered if switching up your sex position while lovemaking could help you last longer in bed?
If so, there’s some good news ahead.
After all, we tend to think of trying different sex positions to increase the variety and adventure of intimacy.
And why not?
Trying new methods is fun and essential for a satisfying love life.
We typically don’t think of changing things up with the end goal of solving a problem.
We also generally don’t think of the anatomical variations that result from choosing different positions.
But if you struggle to perform in bed, some sex positions will help you last longer than others (and vice versa).
In light of these anatomical realities, you and your partner could enjoy longer-lasting sex just by paying better attention to how you do it.
Just what sex positions will help you last longer in bed?
Here are a few of the best to consider.
Last Longer In Bed By Changing Your Sex Position
Your main goal here is to decrease the sensitivity for your penis while increasing sensation for the female partner.
Below are some great examples to get you started, but we highly recommend you experiment on your own to find out what works best.
THE COWGIRL POSITION
Try going with cowgirl if you don’t have the time to figure out some of the more difficult positions.
First, simply lie on your back. Then, let your partner mount, straddle and enter her at an upright position (like she’s riding a bull).
The cowgirl position helps you last longer during sex because your partner has near-total control over the depth and speed of thrusting.
Because you can’t penetrate as vigorously as other positions allow, this helps you delay orgasm.
At the same time, this can help to stimulate your partner’s G-spot.
With you slowing down and her speeding up, you can train yourself to climax simultaneously or at nearly the same time.
Get in the normal missionary position without penetrating your partner.
After that, simply rub the top of your shaft against her clitoris, vulva, and perineum.
Again, this will help by speeding up your partner’s sexual desire while keeping yours from building too quickly.
SIT ON THE THRONE
Start by sitting on a chair with your partner standing with her back to you.
Next, she can lower herself and have you enter her as she sits on your lap, facing away from you.
Much like the cowgirl position, this gives the woman more control without you feeling the urge to thrust too quickly or deeply.
3. Use A Delay Spray
Another proven way to make sex last longer is to use delay spray like Promescent.
One of the greatest virtues of delay sprays is that they offer an on-demand solution for premature ejaculation.
While kegel exercises or just getting in better overall shape could eventually improve your lasting power, delay sprays can help you now.
The best delay sprays include a metered-dose spraying mechanism so you can control just the right amount that works best for you.
A quality premature ejaculation spray, like Promescent, also does a good job of keeping as much of your sensitivity as possible while ensuring your partner feels little to no numbing effects at all.
Slowing down your climax while speeding up your partner’s is crucial.
An inferior premature ejaculation delay spray could wind up numbing your female partner.
This could make it even harder for her to reach climax during intercourse.
The desensitizing components of the best delay sprays (commonly lidocaine) are safe and easy to use.
Simply apply your premature ejaculation spray several minutes before intercourse whenever you wish to make sex last longer.
How To Apply Your PE Spray
Although the application of using a premature ejaculation delay spray is a pretty straightforward process, you’ll get the best results by following these simple tips:
Start Slow: You can always add extra sprays the next time you’re intimate if needed. But if you use too much, you won’t be able to lessen its effects during that lovemaking session.
Apply Early: Be sure to apply your delay spray between five and 10 minutes before sex. Otherwise, the desensitizer won’t have reached its full effect if you start too soon.
Applying the Spray: Apply the spray to the underside of the head and shaft of your penis. Next, rub the delay spray until it gets absorbed into the skin using a circular motion.