Premature ejaculation is nothing but early ejaculation, which causes hindrance in your ability to enjoy and give pleasurable sensations during the act of lovemaking. Premature ejaculation is a problem suffered by a large majority of men all over the world.
It is often the source of complaints for most women as they find their partners climaxing before them. However, premature ejaculation can easily be remedied and treated with the help of these simple exercises.
Best Exercises For Premature Ejaculation
Master the Art of Self-pleasure
When you are masturbating, pledge to yourself that you will last for at least 15 minutes. Keep stroking yourself but make sure that you do not come before your 15 minutes are up. While this may take time to get used to, eventually you will be able to last for 15 minutes.
The Squeeze Technique
The squeeze technique is effective in controlling ejaculation. In this, the man strokes himself, until he is almost to the point of climaxing. Just as he is about to climax, he should squeeze the end of his penis with his thumb and forefinger and focus on his urethra, the passage that transmits urine and semen.
This technique pushes the blood out of the penis and makes it easier to hold back the orgasm and delay the ejaculatory response. Keep doing this until you master the technique.
Kegel Exercises for Men
These are a group of exercises, which were first developed by Dr Arnold kegel. They were initially recommended for women to help them with child delivery but are now being offered to men who suffer from premature ejaculation. In this, the PC muscles or the pelvic muscles are strengthened to help in urinary incontinence, stronger erections and a delay in climaxing and releasing the seminal fluid.
Kegel exercises require no equipment. Most men can do them 8-12 times a day in the comforts of their homes. Nobody will ever come to know that you are doing these exercises. In this you should flex the pelvic muscle as if you are holding back urine, hold the movement for 4-5 seconds and release.
Do 10-11 reps of this exercise as many times in a day as you can. Most men initially complain of their muscles not being strong and an ability of not being able to flex them. This is normal and tends to get ok with practice.
Being aware of your sexual arousal, sexual excitement and orgasm can go a long way in preventing a climax. Just being aware of what you feel at these different stages may allow you to develop adequate control and thankfully delay orgasm.
Ask your Partner for Help
It is also ok to ask your partner to help by asking her to help you masturbate and exercising control with the help of your PC muscles. This will give you greater confidence especially if your partner is present. The orgasm can then be sufficiently delayed.
Use these techniques and exercises to gain better control over your PC muscles and eventually your orgasms for a satisfying sexual life.