How to Prevent Premature Ejaculation: Exercises and Tips

How to Prevent Premature Ejaculation: Exercises and Tips

Premature ejaculation is rather difficult to treat, but in many cases it’s easy to prevent it. The following methods will suit both those who don’t suffer from this sexual disorder and for those who want to get rid of it. To learn how to prevent premature ejaculation, you have to know the nature of sexual arousal and its phases to be able to have a better control over your erection and to put off ejaculation.

Sexual arousal is a complex process and includes several stages:

1. The initial one (or excitement), when you are starting to feel the sexual arousal. You breathe deeper and feel excited.

2. Full erection stage, which constitutes the longest phase of the intercourse

3. The ejaculation itself

4. The resolution, during which you return to your normal state

So, to prolong erection and prevent premature ejaculation, you have to prolong the 2 first stages. The simplest ways to learn to prolong the initial and the main phase of sexual intercourse is to learn to listen to your body.

If you want to prevent premature ejaculation, follow these tips:
• Don’t take alcohol, as it you won’t be able to control yourself
• Feel relaxed and don’t try to speed up the process
• If you feel approaching the point of no return, back off, breathe deeply to lessen the arousal a bit, then you can continue. This way you can make your sexual congress not a quick process without a single break, but a long and pleasant thing. During the break you can stimulate your partner. It can help you not to lose erection and will make the process much more pleasant and full of new emotions for your partner.
• If you have a regular partner, you can work out a system of stop signs you can use if you feel the approach of ejaculation.

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