6 ways to stop premature ejaculation

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About one in three men suffer from premature ejaculation at some point in their lives according to Mayo Clinic and it’s causing anxiety for lots of men.

Here are 6 ways to stop premature ejaculation

1. Stop and start technique

The stop-and-start technique can be used to stop premature ejaculation. The stop-and-start technique is a technique where you keep riding your partner until you’re just about to ejaculate and then you stop. You stop by either stopping movement, pulling out completely from your partner or squeezing the base of your penis. After a few seconds, you can continue riding your partner.

2. Distraction

Distracting yourself during sex is another way you can stop premature ejaculation. To avoid being a one-minute man, don’t think about the sex you are having but think of something really ugly that you hate. Distracting yourself during sex can be useful in stopping premature ejaculation.

3. Relax yourself

Worrying about finishing too soon will make you finish too soon during sex so it’s important you learn to relax and not worry about finishing too soon. When ejaculating too soon doesn’t worry you, the chances of having premature ejaculation is reduced.

4. Have more sex with your partner

Premature ejaculation can be solved by been familiar and comfortable sexually with your partner and this can be achieved by having more sex with your partner. You are less likely to have performance anxiety which can lead to premature ejaculation if you are comfortable with your partner sexually.

5. Use thicker condoms

Over-sensitivity is the major cause of premature ejaculation and you can last longer in bed by reducing the sensitivity. This could be achieved by using thicker condoms. There are also certain condoms that contain fluid that reduces sensation during sex thereby reducing your chances of having premature ejaculation.

6. See a doctor

Seeing a doctor can also help you stop premature ejaculation. There are approved medication for treating premature ejaculation.

Source:Science Daily