When it comes to issues in the bedroom, there are two main areas in which men can suffer.
The first is the well-known, and much-discussed area of erectile dysfunction.
This condition has become front-page news in many areas of the world, thanks to the medical innovations made by Pfizer, when Viagra came bounding into the marketplace, helping millions of men get their sex lives back on track in a way that hardly seemed possible a few decades ago.
The second area in which male sexual performance can become an issue is quite the opposite of ED (erectile dysfunction) but is no less frustrating for those who suffer from it. Premature ejaculation (or PE), has been the bane of around 1 in 3 men at some point in their lives, and put simply, it is defined as climaxing before the man or his partner deem acceptable. For some men, the situation can naturally get better, but for others, the stress and embarrassment caused by PE can become a vicious circle, exacerbating the condition, and driving the sufferer to despair.
With men notoriously averse to visiting a doctor anyway, being able to get help for a condition that many sufferers will find embarrassing, without the need to visit a doctor, is something to rejoice about
Luckily, any man who suffers from premature ejaculation, or simply want to know how to last longer in bed, need not suffer in silence any longer. Not only are there behavioral techniques that can be employed to help control the situation, but new products and care practices have emerged that are starting to make real waves in the medical scene. Let’s check them out.
Climax Delay Sprays
A delay spray is a topical spray that, once applied to the head of the penis, helps numb the sensitive area, and allows the user to gain a level of control back in their sexual performance. Drying and absorbing quickly is important, as it means that there is less chance of the spray transferring to a partner; while avoiding absorption into the bloodstream is equally important if you wish to still feel a degree of pleasure from your sexual encounters.
When using a product for any medical condition, it is always advisable to go with the ones that doctor recommend from both an effectiveness and safety standpoint.
Try Behavioral Techniques
Along with topical sprays, there are also behavior techniques that can be used to help improve sexual prowess, two of the most popular are the ‘stop-start’ technique, and the ‘squeeze’ technique. The first method involves, as you can imagine, stopping any movement once you feel yourself getting to the ‘point of no return’. After 30 seconds, you should feel relaxed enough to continue. This technique allows you to stop associating that ‘point of no return’ feeling with actually climaxing. In time, you should find that controlling the urge to climax starts to become a little bit easier.
The other behavioral technique (the ‘squeeze’ approach) aims to distract the user with a different feeling when the urge to climax becomes too much. Simply pinch (or get your partner to pinch) the head of the penis when the urge strikes, and you should find that the slightly uncomfortable feeling distracts your brain from the pleasurable feeling that accompanies the urge to climax. This technique doesn’t work for everyone, but some users of this method report that over time, it becomes easier to control the level of excitement and rush to climax that sufferers of PE experience.
Whether you employ a behavior technique or climax delay spray to aid you in the battle to last longer in bed, you should feel confident in the knowledge that a) this is a common problem for men, and b) there is help available. If you fall into the category of men who suffer from PE, or simply wish to last longer in bed, help is now just a few clicks away.
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